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Information about Game Worth:
Game worth is a system to protect active players from retired players that would login just to kill people and then logout.
While hunting creatures that gives you any experience, you will get 1% game worth every 60 seconds.
If you have less than 100 game worth you will gain 1% every 30 seconds.
Golden Account players gets 1% worth every 20 seconds above 100, and 1% every 10 seconds below 100.
You lose 1% game worth every hour, both as online and offline.
The amount of game worth you have, determine your damage towards other players.
0% worth = 0 damage towards players, 100% = normal pvp damage.
After you have 100% worth, you start building a buffer for another 100%.
You can have maximum 100% game worth + 100% buffer.
This will give you almost 5 days of keeping your full PVP damage without hunting creatures.
You will need to hunt AVG 24 minutes per day to keep your game worth up (8 minutes as golden account).
Game worth will have no effect against guild war enemies, white and red skulled players.
Meaning you will deal full damage to mentioned exceptions at all times.
What's your opinion?
Keep in mind, this game-worth system doesn't affect real players that can manage to hunt creatures for 8 minutes days.
Which is less than 1 hour hunting, per week.
And game-worth, is the only thing that cripples old retired characters from keep coming back solely to "take their daily frags" without actually playing the game.
At the beginning, that wont be an issue, but as time goes, there will start to fill up with characters retired and used only to kill players.
I'm sure you've experienced that, you join a new game that's been around for a while, and you get killed buy some moron that doesn't even play the game. (when you like walk out of Thais temple on level 10 and get killed by a lvl 50+).
|Results (78 votes)|
|I want it!
30.8% (24 votes)
|I don't want it!
59.0% (46 votes)
|I don't care.
10.3% (8 votes)