October Rule Updates [PLEASE READ] Oct 23, 2016 13:36:22 GMT -6
Post by Uruviel on Oct 23, 2016 13:36:22 GMT -6
Ello my loves. We've just concluded an activity check, and with the activity check, we're instituting a couple changes to the rules. I'm going to bullet point these so hopefully they don't look as massively intimidating as the last set of changes!
- Adoptables can be reclaimed after an activity check after the two weeks for the person to reclaim that adoptable have passed without recreation of the account.
- In order for territories to remain claimed by a pack, each claimed territory must have a minimum of five threads from that pack in the region per month in order to maintain the claim. This applies to each individual territory. If this requirement is not satisfied, the claim on the territory is forfeited by the pack, and the region becomes claimable again by any pack who wishes to form a pack there. Existing packs can also buy pack expansions to claim these territories if they are deemed unclaimed.
- Activity rules have been updated! Now instead of the requirement being one post per week per character, the requirement will now read four posts per month. These can be completed at any time during the month to satisfy the requirement. Warning levels will be adjusted on a monthly basis rather than weekly.
- Along with this rule, activity notices posted will only serve to protect for the week(s) it was posted up for. This means if you wait until the end of the month to post an activity note, it will not protect you from the entire month's worth of posts. It will reduce the number of necessary posts for the month by 1 for each week the absence note was up.
- With the growth of the site, we have made some adjustments to the staff! We would like to welcome Evie and Trilogy to the staff team! Nile will also be taking on the position of my Co-Admin from this point forward!
- There have been some noticeable weather/climate pattern changes in Anikira! The continent is currently under a drought which is reducing water levels in rivers, lakes, and making prey far more scarce. Keep an eye out for further updates on the climate changes that may be affecting wolves in Anikira...