I was thinking about this recently, and what I'm wondering is, based on the current rules, all land decisions and all land in a faction is technically owned by the faction leader and it's his or her right/prerogative on what they want to do with any faction-claimed and owned land. This seems to be a valid statement to make.
If I enter into an agreement with my faction leader (as an example), and have him write in a book that any given land that I purchased I retain the rights to, even if I leave the faction, are kicked, timed out, or any combination of causes that may cause me to no longer be in that faction, and have the faction leader sign the book, then if there is a dispute that escalates to staff, will staff rule in my favor and say that the terms of the book are binding, or will staff lean more or totally towards the faction owner?
In short, is it even worth making an effort to protect my land by requiring my Faction Leader to sign a book that gives me the rights to my land as a condition of my membership in that faction, and if arbitration is necessary, will staff consider such a document/book/instrument legal and binding?
I know Chrish said that faction may develop policies (quote below), but can this be taken as an official stance/rule that staff will enforce documented prior agreements in the event a situation goes up for staff arbitration?
Case by case basis
i have a question regarding animal limits
can our alt factions have 16 of each kind as well or does it need to stay with our main accts
our situation is this: tessaq is leader of HouseOfDurin and his alt owns has the land where i have a animal shop
right now we are splitting animal count between the fac and the shop so can i have the 16 of each kind cuz its a differnet faction or do we need to keep splitting them
All factions follow the same rule.
A post from Kunwar in the suggestion has brought up to me a question:
As an example, I put a time that the bid ends, but one of the bidders has a problem that the bid end time is match with the time when that guy is sleeping.
Then can we extend/change the bid end time on the next post (not editing the first, started post) and state the reason why we need to change it?
This is a thread for STAFF to answer questions, not other players. I learned that the hard way.
Few questions after some reading around the forums and recent events:
Clarification question: The auction rules listed in the "Buying/Selling" section pertain to land auctions in the "Trading Faction Land" area as well, right?
Second question: In the event that a user is tempbanned for violating auction rules, what happens to the auction? Especially if the auction was already supposed to end, or does end while the user is tempbanned? Do staff intend to just solely tempban players from the forums and let them continue with their auctions, or is there any other process in mind? I ask this because it's not very punishing if all staff does is tempban a person but let them keep on with their auction, in my personal opinion.
Third question: Can I actually get a response to this question I posted a little over a month ago now?
2. Case by case basis
3. You just did
i also have a couple of question about auctions the first i have pmed retri but will ask here too
1 is an acceptable end "at the time of this post" because in arizona usa we dont observe daylight savings time so its hard to figure out what time zone we are in
2 i think a rule about people starting and bidding on an auction while they are banned
they should not be allowed to place a bid on an auction or start an auction while banned
a person bid on one of my faction mates auctions and is banned and now the auction is over and the guy is still banned and the auctioneer can not get paid
i have a suggestion for a rule that just came up i think we need another rule on auctions about misleading or misrepresented titles
meaning someone writes the title saying they are selling a god sword for example but when u look at the enchants on the sword u see it is not a god sword at all
1. If you mean "two weeks from the time of this post" kinda deal then yes, otherwise please explain more
2. Banned players should not be bidding or posting auctions unless their appeal has been accepted and they will be allowed on the server again
Q. Is selling a fac legal?
Yes, following normal creative rules
That's what I want to know..
Added question to Kashaf's
Q. If it is, Is it only legal if there's no creative blocks?
Q. If there is a Evip wanting to buy the faction, and it DOES have creative blocks, they are allowed to buy it?
remember.. these are IF it is allowed.
It is legal as long as it follows the creative rules. Any creative user who leaves the faction must hand off their builds to another creative user or remove them. A creative faction
we need the rule about editing auction made more clear as i have just been forum banned for editing an auction that was not my auction nor was it a bid which was what i thought were the 2 things u could not edit but turns out it everything u post in an auction?
If you are in an auction thread, don't edit your post.
I doubt this will be seen or answered, since no questions in this thread have been answered in several months, but I'm gonna ask this anyways:
Why exactly are maps with radar illegal? Based on all the recent changes to the server environment, is it a possibility that the reason for radar being illegal something that can be overturned/no longer applicable and may no longer be necessary?
Cause it gives an unfair advantage, i.e. finding spawners and fighting in pvp