Moar Wilderness?

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Geras
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Mon Nov 25, 2019 12:24 am

How would people feel about there being a substantially larger amount of wilderness? Like 2-3 times more.

The reason I ask is because when on a previous character, when I was hiding from the Order as a mage I found that the space wasn't really large enough to hide in in the long term. And as someone who played a Knight at a time when the grid was larger, I think having a larger space for cat and mouse games between the Knights and mages is nice for both parties.

It'd also just give more space for interesting things and locations to explore.

If people think it's a good idea maybe we could brainstorm some ideas (like a cave network?!?!?!) instead of leaving it all on the shoulders of Niamh.

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Taunya
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Mon Nov 25, 2019 12:30 am

It's already been expanded a bit recently, including new hidey holes, but haven't had a chance to explore it myself yet.

Myrella
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Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:35 am

Feels big enough to me. I know I've likely not seen all of it. Especially most of the old and new hidey holes. Running a thorough Knight's patrol of a single quarter of it is rather daunting.

Geras
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Mon Dec 02, 2019 11:00 am

The fact that these sweeps are possible at all are IMHO a problem. Just look at how quickly escaped mages get caught. You have virtually 0 chance of hiding if you're outed without significant resources.

Geras
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Tue Dec 03, 2019 4:42 pm

Like, how awesome would a cave network that spans the NW and SW quadrants and connects to the sewers be? Or a huge 15x15 forest full of bears in the NE? Or a lake with islands in it in the SE?

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