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To EM Eira and All Concerned Citizens - Virtue Trade Deals

Discussion in 'UO Sonoma' started by Parnoc, Jul 24, 2013.

  1. Parnoc

    Parnoc Slightly Crazed
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    Jan 25, 2004
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    Would you please pass this on to Mesanna for us.

    This system has so many drawbacks that unless it's totally revamped, it's going to turn out to be a massive failure.

    My/our suggestions:

    Number one and I think the MOST important ---- Let each citizen choose which deal they want when they come for their daily deal/buff, Governor only feeds the kitty, does not choose the buff.

    Make a trade deal last indefinitely like it was orginally promised and if the Governor and citizens want he can change it at any time or once a week. If the devs feel like it's needed, then ok, leave it at one week but at least give the citizens the freedom of choice of their deal/buff.

    Make some sort of board or communication for Governors with their citizens, and a list of visitors to their city stone or even a count of how many used the stone without names if that's a problem.

    Drop the taxation on the city funds, this makes no sense anyhow and is a giant detriment to people contributing.

    Our beloved Queen Mum even gave each Governor a vendor to place in a major traffic Luna house for contributions to help with the trade deal funding and we still have problems with trade deals being kept up.

    This could be a very positive thing for RP and for community participation but not the way it's done now, instead, it's a big downer.

    Clym of Clough, Governor of Skara Brae​