Posted by Nelson on 08/09
This one is easy, why is it we can run from being enabled with xp
but not get back in with xp? I actually haven't played long enough to
know what the big stigma that caused this level 35 limit on enabling was
(I assume it was aresene's fault like everything else buuuut...) I mean
it's not exactly the greatest thrill of
From: life to pick on people as they
they try to run the 40 to 50 race while enabled...and I for one would like
to be enabled again. And am real sore about being denied the opportunity.
Soooooo guess i'll just ask this at QnA too, but if anyone wants to
answer anyways(since I never get to Qna..)
it would be cool.
Thursday, August 07 2003, 05:00PM
Actually the level 35 limit is pretty old -- old as me, maybe. Anyway,
the idea is that we didn't want people to enable, do some bad stuff,
then redeem out really quickly.
Also, it makes it more of a commitment in general -- not just something
that you do on a lark when you're bored of a high level character.
The other interesting element is that it does create some extra
possibilities in terms of gameplay -- you can have lower-level healers
who can't be attacked by the higher-level people, and you end up using
some different tactics at that level, and so forth.
There are probably more reasons to think about, I'm just mumbling the
ones I remember :)
Saturday, August 09 2003, 12:27AM
But enabling on a lark then doing something bad and getting out of it
...isn't that like the definition of pkok?
Saturday, August 09 2003, 04:22AM
It's certainly the definition of _abuse_ of pkok.