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Entropia News: ComPet Announcement

Discussion in 'Entropia News' started by EP-Newsbot, Sep 17, 2018.

  1. How can it be, that even such a minor announcement includes a broken promise again ?

    No NPCs on Calypso...only on Arkadia.

    Now you need a spaceship, a space-thruster and oil to travel through the boring space and pvp zones...to turn in your 5 deeds of bullshit into 2 deeds of nothing...impressive, seriously impressive... x'D
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  2. San


    Indeed. Must be because the Caly team was working on... plants. Never disturb people with anything important while they take care of their plants.
    • Funny Funny x 2
  3. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    Meh... I had to got to Caly to get Caly deeds. No biggie.
  4. Look who arised from the ashes today (19.10.2018)...the guy who never posted again on "the other forum" and became silent on the Compet forum...for 1 freaking year..."I-only-post-a-random-message-per-year-Kim" himself...wow...this is so awkward...even for the swedish standard of excellence. :'D

  5. Flew to Arkadia the other day to do the deed ‘upgrade’.

    Saw no space ships other than stationary ones near Calypso Space Station.

    On Arkadia saw no more than three or four other avatars.

    Flew to Arkadia Moon and saw nobody other than those abundant ‘Colonists’ NPCs.

    A desperate but possibly game-changing solution could be to force-spawn all EU players into specific zones on one day per week.

    Eg. spawn everyone on a planet’s continent, or even a town or a moon...basically make sure that at least one area of EU is alive and thriving for one day a week.

    Lots of downsides to doing this eg. lost revenue to land owners, increased server load etc., but if this measure increases activity or makes the game more fun then everyone benefits.
  6. NotAdmin

    NotAdmin Administrator

    How would that make things more fun? Shit gets laggy whenever large amounts of avatars show up in the same place. And the fundamentally boring game mechanics ("click", "click", "click", "click", "click") don't change, so while it might offer a bit more of a social aspect, I don't think it necessarily would make things more fun.
  7. Meh yeah it was a bad idea. ;)

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