Author Topic: Using an adventurer to give unique items to your own noble  (Read 154 times)

Bronnen

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What are people's thoughts on this? I personally feel that it's going against the spirit of the mechanics to find a middleman and give items to yourself. If our own adventurers were able to give our nobles items, the game would allow that. I know that's just me though, what's everyone else's thoughts on the matter?

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I don't think it's something that's really punishable, just frowned upon.
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Bronnen

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That's my thought too.

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If they're intentionally circumventing the restriction, I think that is clearly punishable under the Social Contract:
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It's not specifically a bug, but they *are* knowingly trying to circumvent a restriction against it.

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^ What Vita said.
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Alright then. Fair enough.