English
English
Русский
简体中文
繁體中文
한국어
本語
Türkçe
ไทย
Tiếng Việt
Español
Português
Polski
Čeština
Français
Deutsch
Italiano
Magyar
get the game

Claim and permission

5
I would like to have a chance to give different permissions to the players in my claim.
We play at a RP-server and it would be nice if strangers could take things I throw to the ground. Simply to have a way to trade with them inside. It feels somehow strange to move outside every time we want to trade something. But I dont want them to to have access to warehouses or wardropes and chests (sometimes that would be nice too.)

Also the player inside my claim shouldnt be able to access only the areas they need. Since I am a farmer and work together with another one we would like to access the same warehouse but since people like to make stacks of everything it happens alot that our quality drops. So it would be nice if we both would have permission to open the warehouse and others don't.

Since you can life with up to 10 people in one building wouldnt it be nice for all of them to have a 'key' for this house and not just the one who claimed it or leave the door open?

So my idea is to have
-general permissions for the claim
-specific permissions for every player
-specific permissions for your claimed buildings

this would improve your ways of organisation alot but if you dont like it everything would stay at it is (also would be like some kind of ranking inside of your claim since the leader might be able to access everything)
since we play with about 15 people its hard to speak with everyone even if we use our forum
Like
Comments (1)
  • Accepted Answer

    Thursday, December 10 2015, 03:10 AM - #Permalink
    0
    Sould have a "permissons and autority system"... you can have like check boxes next to each members name, so you could mark the permissions... and use custom groups to allow members to use some buildings, like, if you have gatehouses, you could have some players allowed to open same to warehouses, trade carts, castle gatehouses (maybe just the kings guard could open), keeps...

    is like to put a perma-personal claim in something and mark who can use that...
    The reply is currently minimized Show
Your Comment