Caldeathe Baequiannia wrote:
Where in the universe are you playing?
I was planning to get inconceivably rich (I don't think that word means what I think it means) and buy myself a settlement to make it a bard school. The entire settlement would be centered around the highest level bardic feats and accomplishments and bard characters gather there and work off of each other producing fan art and other creations like the Royal Academy of the Arts (RATA) in London but for bards in River Kingdoms.
Your company could move in there if you work up a spunky training montage.
The PvP part of EVE isn't so spreadsheety. That's a word now. And yes the broad concepts from EVE will help you in any other open world pvp too. My advice is:
Do ALL the tutorial missions.
Bluddwolf wants to buddy you because if you pay for the game after his invite he gets free game time, but he didn't tell you that part the scoundrel.
I play in the area around Hek if you're in the neighborhood.
It's fine to talk about what you're not going to do but I always think it's more powerful to say what you ARE going to do; and that's what this statement is.
This thread got so focused on four words it's like you forgot about all the other ones there. They're all important. The second section that even Bluddwolf likes is the inevitable destination of actually doing everything in the first section.
As a witness to most of the last 18 months and someone who's stayed out of the flamewars, the potholes in communication extend beyond UNC or people who rage quit their guilds and joined UNC.
Oh my, that was passive-aggressive.
EVERY DAY WE READ THE FORUMS IS A NEW OPPORTUNITY TO NOT BE A D-
Pax Morbis wrote:
...and though you might not see any of us as signatories in these accords, that's primarily because we believe our own charter does a better job for policing our own, not because we disagree with the "Don't be a dick" message.
There's a simple thing here that is literally nothing but that message, except put in a way that says what our intentions as players ARE rather than what they're not. No hassles about in game politics, no muss no fuss.
I think it would relieve a lot of worries among people looking at Pathfinder Online to see members of the prominent Evil and Chaotic groups also taking part in it. Participating brings zero new obligation since it's already part of your guild policy.
Will the crowdforger public be able to see each guild's "score" for a particular settlement hex? Like Hex K: guild27- 45, guild13- 32, guild51- 19 so we can see who's winning a hex and how close their competition is to overtaking?
Who the neighbors are going to be seems like a big factor in prioritizing settlement plots or just watching from the three walls already there.