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Government System Feedback

Discussion in 'UO Developer Feed' started by Kyronix, Mar 12, 2014.

  1. Kyronix

    Kyronix UO Designer
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    Aug 24, 2012
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    The idea of pay per use doesn't really solve the perceived issue.
    I do not think that a "pay per use" buff would solve the perceived issue. If a citizen is not inclined to donate money in order to keep the trade deal active, why would they willing to pay a fee for the same thing?

    The impetus is on the Governor to keep the city coffers full. This does not mean that the Governor is expected to pay out of pocket for the trade deals for the entirety of their term. What this does, however, mean is that the Governor should be actively pursuing means to raise money for the trade buffs in coordination with their citizenry. There are a variety of ways to raise funds - whether via trade or just good old fashioned dungeon crawling the idea is to engage your citizens and bring them together, playing towards a common goal - whatever that may be.

    If in playing towards those goals you find there are tools you, as a Governor, would like to have that could facilitate progress towards that goal let us know - being pragmatic about those types of tools really helps! :D
    #1 Kyronix, Mar 12, 2014
    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 27, 2014