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Stubborn Heralds

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Tina Small, Apr 9, 2010.

  1. Tina Small

    Tina Small Stratics Legend
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    May 12, 2008
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    Has anyone else who has a herald in their house that is set to greet visitors noticed that the heralds forget what sex their owner is when the owner character is no longer online? The one I have set up on Baja is owned by a female character and every other character on that account is a female. While she is logged on, the herald's greetings to her and any other character that enters the house refer to her as, "My Lady." However, as soon as I log her off, the herald's greetings always refer to "My Lord" or the "Lord of the house."

    It's a minor issue, yes, and one I've hated to bring up. However, I've fired and hired many heralds over the last year or two to see if there's a difference in the behavior of male heralds versus female heralds, and they all do the same thing: They seem to default to acting as if their owner is a male character if the owner character isn't logged in.