- Life is Feudal - Guild claim expantion controll, or building claimable by outsiders inside the claim.
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Could there be a way to control the expansion of a guild claim from a expanding monument? As I understand it the claim gradually expand as the guild grow and monument is upgraded. Is there a way to include several smaller monuments within the same guild to form a customizable claim area other than a round circle? See our clan fortress in the url. A fortress 36 squares wide and a whopping 64 squares long. And outside the main gate is a small stable and trading post supposed to be outside the claim for visitors use. If the claim would naturally grow outside planned radius the small stable would be guild claimed and not accessible for a group of foreign visitors rendering it useless. Other possible solution could be to opt out a building inside the claim to be available for outsiders. A guest stable or a training field is in my opinion rather important for prominent guests to be able to store their horses while they are visiting, letting the group leader to temporary claim it for a secure storage of their mounts.
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    Wednesday, November 11 2015, 04:08 PM - #Permalink
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    x)

    they just put in crowdin "Can place boundary monuments"
    I dunno if it will have a consequence on the area itself
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    Wednesday, November 11 2015, 04:47 PM - #Permalink
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    Khan-Bjornsen wrote:

    x)

    they just put in crowdin "Can place boundary monuments"
    I dunno if it will have a consequence on the area itself

    Never new about this crowdin. It was a great source of intell and a good possibility to actually contribute to the game release. Thanks mate.
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    Wednesday, November 11 2015, 04:52 PM - #Permalink
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    if you are now english, and you language isn't fully translated, yes it's still a nice way to contribute x) and, also, a very good source of informations !
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