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[quote] On 03-07-2017 14:27, Miek wrote: You've all seen it. Guy or gal makes Wiz and says "OK I have completed this game now" they might potter around or do some quests but the sense of achievement disappears. They have nothing to keep them playing. What if wizards were reset each year? ... How after all my hard work is that fair? ... You (rightly) ask this. Over my 20 years of play I often hear Wizzes wanting to 'go back' or of mortals not wanting to wiz because 'not having a goal would be boring' I agree, removing wizzes each year is not fair, exactly. Those whom have achieved the penultimate goal should be rewarded each time! ... How will mortals ever compete with wizknowledge? ... Proudly we (more or less) manage to keep knowledge of the game secret. I'm sure going back to mortal from wiz would be no different - keep the knowledge secret. Advantages? 1.) We have reason to all compete with each other again, breathing life in the land sapped as slowly the remaining players Wiz. 2.) The immortals keep their gravestones in the cemetery, maybe even a new one for each completion. Along with this a permfix for previous wizzes -for each completion-. e.g. ***Zedar the wizard (3 stars for 3 completions (haha)) I challenge you to tell me how this is a bad idea. P.S. Having a chance for giants to open 10% of the time regardless of playerbase was a popular idea floating around on Discord. Is it too much work? See you soon. [/quote]
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