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Voting

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by Ollie_Cottam, 4 Jun 2012.

  1. Ollie_Cottam

    Ollie_Cottam Member RAINBRO

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    Maybe you could ote for each town and recieve 300 pawn. You can only vote once a day though
     
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  2. Pawned

    Pawned Founder Staff Member

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    Vote for each town for what, exactly? And as far as rewards go for it, I'd imagine that should be decided by the town mayor, not Pawncraft.
     
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  3. Vork Moin

    Vork Moin Addicted

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    Oh, at first I thought the pawn would come out of thin air and kill the economy. Still, isn't a little biased to vote for your favorite town because they payed you the most?
     
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  4. Cameron Canet

    Cameron Canet Member

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    Admit it, your broke have no money and just want some easy cash. Heck if we did that everyone would own there very own towny pretty soon.
     
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  5. Axelmotley

    Axelmotley The Dementor Staff Member

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    We have pawn interest.. Also, shop plots.
     
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  6. VladTheImposter

    VladTheImposter Addicted

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    Also 300 pawn per vote per day is ridiculous. If payment was to be even considered (which it would not be) , the amount would be based off a ratio rather then an amount per vote. Additionally, voting is something you want to do to help the community; it does not require compensation. Tell me the last time they paid you to vote for politicians?
     
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  7. the_amber_trap

    the_amber_trap Calm down so I can be the angry one. Staff Member

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    I'd sell my vote. It's not as if one measly vote really matters that much in the grand scheme of things.
     
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