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Chain sinking and players repairing time

Discussion in 'Idea Pool & Suggestions' started by Crossbow37, Jun 28, 2019.

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  1. Crossbow37

    Crossbow37 Forum-Greenhorn

    Understanding this is a pirate game and sinking is what its about, but in realism if i cant build a boat to be competitive as i spend all my time repairing up, then its no fun any more. So would like to suggest when a player is sunk like three time in a row, then they become immune to sinking again for an hour unless he shoot at another player as in capture the island. So if a player knows this then he can repair and then work on his boat for a spell to increase his odds of not getting sunk and a sense of accomplishment as he builds his boat. thank you for your time.
     
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  2. Adultide

    Adultide Forum-Greenhorn

    That's why we have the PVE server mate. The regular server shouldn't be like that
     
  3. TEX~BULL

    TEX~BULL Board Administrator Team Seafight

    It has been suggested before but I will be happy to pass your suggestion to the appropriate team.

    Tex
     
  4. USSChallenger2

    USSChallenger2 Forum-Greenhorn

    It would be an awesome facet of the game to be able to bring the current ship into the PvE realm and build up to a point where the player deems himself strong enough to re-enter the PvP maps at a cost of pearls, crowns or whatever currency management deems appropriate instead of building a new ship from scratch.
     
  5. TEX~BULL

    TEX~BULL Board Administrator Team Seafight

    That is a fine idea but at this time we are unable to move accounts between servers, but I will also pass your suggestion along.

    Tex
     

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