Who bothers to set crime levels?
|Author||Topic: Who bothers to set crime levels?|
Member # 2940
written Friday, August 26 2005 10:15
I have played a couple of the scenarios and, just to mess around, attacked an innocent NPC to see how tough they were. To my disappointment, only the attacked NPC defended itself, the rest just stared at the butchering. This happened in about two scenarios I played, one was Druids of Krell and the other... I can't remember, I'm pretty sure there was a third one to.
So I wondered just how high is the crime tolerance set in most of your scenarios? Do you even bother in writing the get_crimesomething call?
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Off With Their Heads
Member # 4045
written Friday, August 26 2005 12:19
Crime tolerance in my towns is 2, generally, because Jeff has it set at 2 in all of his towns. I started doing this in LP because Imban went around imbanning people.
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