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#16 OFFLINE   Kazer

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Posted 16 September 2007 - 05:39 PM

Oh thanks I get it now. Thanks guys. /lv

IT took awhile for me to notice it. Still I don't think tis right to tell people about morals they should already have. Then again many people don't have good morals anymore....so I'm going along with it.

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Posted 16 September 2007 - 07:41 PM

There's one thing that isn't mentioned here.

Joint Items.
A Joint item is an item in which two or more players pitch in for the cost and as a result gain partial ownership.
Say one buys a Card and another the slotted equipment. They combine their items and now both have ownership over the Carded item.
Or say the item is 20m and 4 players want it. they all pitch in 5m to one person who buys it and then they all have access to the item.

This type of Item binding is GREATLY bound on trust.
And I'd have to say if someone wanted full ownership then he'd have to refund the partial payments from the other joint members, and it must be agree'd upon by the other members.

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Posted 16 September 2007 - 09:28 PM

Trust is important, but there's more to it than that. Quidos, Night Raven, and myself all share items based on a fundamental foundation of absolute, game-transcending respect for one another and enough intelligence per person to correctly discern who really needs an item the most at a given moment. We have never once quibbled over an item, not even god items. If you don't have this bond with someone, don't have a "joint item system" with them.

I would like to add on to this that loaning people money is a risky proposition, so I suggest asking for collateral if you choose to do this. I can safely lecture on this topic because I am HORRIBLE about paying people back - I still owe Quidos money from MapleStory, over two years ago and before we were together. ;._. I've had offers of loans, but don't accept them now for that reason.

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 12:55 AM

A point I'd like to raise is this: How many people that really need to read this are going to read this? Also, although this is probably just me, is there going to be a sort of Social Ettiqute tied in along with this? Because it's nice and all having civil codes, but if people arn't civil to one another, then it kinda makes the Codes useless (ie: can't have one without the other, in my eyes at least)

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 06:23 AM

...Am I the only one that noted this words from Momo's post: "You are free to do whatever you want in game" D:

OMG LET'S BURN PRONTERA!! http://dark-ro.net/f...tyle_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif

Okey, okey... Serious Mode On...

I think it's a cool idea, but in the other side... as Skyblues said... that "Involuntary drop"-thingy won't be respected http://dark-ro.net/f...tyle_emoticons/default/tongue.gif As Ernesto "Che" Guevara said: "We're not civils, we're people".




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