Started by Harmless, July 08, 2013, 03:35:23 PM
QuoteWishes can also be used to alert staff when you are about to dosomething that the virtual populace might notice and react to, such asattacking someone in a crowded tavern or walking into town with visiblemagic effects going. Please remember that staff can't be everywhere, allthe time, but we will try and help interact. Also don't take the factthat staff haven't responded as permission to do whatever you are aboutto do. Be conscious of the virtual world and how it would react. If youdon't get a response from a wish, please submit a Character Report sothat staff can respond. When situations arise that may result in your character killing another player character, staff ask that you take the time to wish up. A quick wish along the lines of 'About to kill Amos' is all that is needed. This gives staff the ability to observe the situation. We understand that there may be times where wishing up prior just isn't possible.
QuoteAs mentioned above, wishes should be TO THE POINT. Do not wish thingssuch as, 'Is anyone around?' or 'Is Kelvik on?' or 'Is my clan staff around?'or 'I have a bug.' If you have a bug, then use the bug command to say what it is, don't just wish that you have found a bug. If it requires a wishat all, wish up to tell us what you need, not that you need us. If you are wishing up requesting something to do with where you arestanding, please wait at least a couple of minutes before walking away. It's frustrating to staff members to have to chase your character alongthe streets.
Quote from: LauraMars on December 15, 2016, 08:17:36 PMPaint on a mustache and be a dude for a day. Stuff some melons down my shirt, cinch up a corset and pass as a girl.With appropriate roleplay of course.
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