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Just a thought about lost Soulstones...

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Lady Raja, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. Lady Raja

    Lady Raja Sage
    Stratics Veteran

    Aug 15, 2006
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    As greatful as the whole community is of the people who carry the burden of the Soulstones of the forgotten, there has to be a better solution right? Let's just say I was one of the Soulstone keepers and for some reason, I stop playing, but my account is still active, but no one has access to my house. What is one to do then?

    Now this might be somewhat of a farfetched idea but... What if EM Aurora, or a Dev, or anyone that holds the power to do so... Create a house somewhere in the lands of Sosaria on Siege Perilous that holds all the Soulstones of the lost. Would it be that hard to place them in either a chest, or just in rows in plain sight... And only the Soulstone owner can release the Soulstone from the house, since they are account bound and all. This way we win because we get to play with old friends again, and they win because they get to collect more money...
    If that even a possibility?

  2. Revvo

    Revvo Slightly Crazed
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    Jul 10, 2003
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    Actually EA probably win more when people who have lost soulstones buy new ones from their online store :)
  3. Baby Doll

    Baby Doll Lore Keeper
    Stratics Veteran IPKU

    Jul 22, 2008
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    Why though? Except one or two exceptions to the rule. People should be responsible enough to bank thier own soulstones before taking a vacation from UO.
  4. Lightning 1

    Lightning 1 Adventurer
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    Dec 27, 2009
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    In real life, people lose their job, their home, their internet service, their account. Not all anticipate the loss in time.