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5-28-2010 @ 9:56AM
I have two solutions to this overall griefing problem, and neither of them require the player to start 15 PVP guilds to try and overtake the server.1) Bring back/add patrolling guard NPC's along the roads and popular quest hubs.2) When the opposite faction's presence in the zone becomes to great. Give players an option to call out for guards.In both cases the strength of the guards should be formidable enough to face the horde presence in the area.Here's a few more suggestions because I am nice3) Don't allow players to move to these god forsaken realms unless its to the weaker faction.4) Ban the griefers! Or better yet, force them to faction change and prevent them from leaving the server.5) Prevent the other faction from entering the zone at certain parts of the day.Personally I like #4.
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