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Thread: Wyrom confirmed, GM's are listening and monitoring lnet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koars Light View Post
    Wyrom you check the PC every few days (like days not weeks or months) I keep tabs on your PC account just because.

    But seriously though, I don’t think you should be wading into Lich waters. I know you feel like God right now with your crazy Dusk/slots money but I just got a hunch doing so will domino into something bad. Just some friendly advice.

    **Finally, to the players: You guys think it’s possible for us to program in incognito mode for Lich? Is Lich open source? Asking since I’m not a leet haxsor programmer.
    Just change your name to gibberish, how Kaldonis showed earlier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaldonis View Post
    Thanks for this constructive comment. It's a good idea.
    It's the only solution I see beyond the status quo. The box has been opened. You can't get rid of global chat and anything you might do to discourage its use would be potentially catastrophic for the game. It's one of the pillars of the game now. However, if you designed your own and made it convenient to use, then perhaps players would adopt it and we wouldn't have awkward situations like this cropping up.

    ~Taverkin

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    Please also take note of the fact that getting Zaoloo to read POLICY 3 in that situation almost certainly means they made changes to POLICY 3 to apply specifically to that situation, because Zaoloo's character wasn't logged as having read it since the last update.

    It's very possible they received a complaint, changed policy 3 to cover it, and then forced Zaoloo to re-read the policy for proof that they'd covered it with him before nailing him on it next time it comes up.

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    Develop the necessary infrastructure to support current-day needs/wants of the customer? nnaaaaah they'd rather make more cashgrabs before we all get arthritis from typing so much and stop playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hightower View Post
    It's the only solution I see beyond the status quo. The box has been opened. You can't get rid of global chat and anything you might do to discourage its use would be potentially catastrophic for the game. It's one of the pillars of the game now. However, if you designed your own and made it convenient to use, then perhaps players would adopt it and we wouldn't have awkward situations like this cropping up.

    ~Taverkin
    Dragonrealms has a command, I think it's OOC, for a global chat. I would imagine that could be ported over fairly easily.
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    Lol I had zaoloo ignored for a while. But not anymore lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyrom View Post
    Just like this thread, people alerted me to its existence. I haven't checked the PC in quite some time.
    "I don't care about you losers on the PC, someone alerted me to this thread so I decided to reply."

    It's pretty bad when Luntz is the person you feel sympathy for in a conversation, I didn't even know that was possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    Just change your name to gibberish, how Kaldonis showed earlier.
    True or false:

    If literacy improved, LNet would get better.

    Discuss.

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    They need to offer character name changes to diffuse player feuds instead of trying to police LNET, people buy and sell characters anyway and they can spend their time policing scammers abusing that system and not out of game player interactions.

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    Bunch of snowflakes, the lot of ya.

    One douchebag gets a reprimand for..surprise, surprise....being a douchebag, and ya'll start lawyering up.

    Just spitballing here...but while it is true that Lich is third-party software, people *are* logged into Simutronics property while using it. I wonder if that makes a legalese difference in "You have no Authority."

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