cogohst wrote:If it's possible, I think a credit reimbursement would be better than actually keeping the realms.
cgpirre wrote:For you maybe, but I spend countless hours just flattening my realms, I don't care what the realm next to me looks like, so I prefer the 'keep yer realms' option.I sense a public opinion poll in the near future. Honestly, I haven't given this much thought beyond what I've seen being discussed in chat. Credit reimbursement seems like it would be the easier option for Intelli. Realm transfer would placate the people who constantly complain about losing their work to server wipes. Personally, I am a fan of server wipes from time to time (as I believe I have expressed at every map wipe). After a map has been up for a long time, it feels like the server stagnates and people lose interest. New maps require rebuilding and often reinvigorate the player base. But that's my opinion.
In the end, I like the credit reimbursement idea better. We get a completely new map (maximizing the amount of new resources), it resets the economy (which couldn't hurt after the x-ray extravaganza) and clears out all the realms of inactive/banned players without the need of an auction. But, as always, I'll adapt and keep playing no matter what Intelli chooses to do. Heck, I'd even be fine with a complete wipe (realms and realm credits).
fritterdonut wrote: Some people need to stop being so arrogant and realize that this is meant as a jest. That and Ram is a complete nutjob.