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who ever was raiding this deed u bad at pvp

Postby nosfirebird » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:34 pm

http://game.salemthegame.com/mt/ss/8c2f ... 87c41e5c27

but it was a fun encounter happy raiding!
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Re: who ever was raiding this deed u bad at pvp

Postby guiscard » Sun Apr 09, 2017 7:42 pm

What a massacre!
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Re: who ever was raiding this deed u bad at pvp

Postby KruskDaMangled » Sun Apr 09, 2017 11:32 pm

It's also funny that the guy spent so much time on his place, but it has such inefficient, penny ante infrastructure and storage. I don't know why people are so obsessed with goddamn pots. Yeah, it's "only" clay, but it just makes no sense to stick with them forever.
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Re: who ever was raiding this deed u bad at pvp

Postby Taipion » Mon Apr 10, 2017 1:14 am

nosfirebird wrote:http://game.salemthegame.com/mt/ss/8c2f4c388eeb39157b976187c41e5c27

but it was a fun encounter happy raiding!


Was that this one settlement that was half-townbelled, meaning, someone spent the resources to drop a bell, but did not eminent domain the pclaim, and instead encased it in makeshift fence?
The damaged/destroyed stone hedge wall was where they used the splash to break the makeshift, only to have it been replaced a short time later.
The town from the bell was called "stolen dreams" or so iirc.

I think there was a thread here where the pclaims owners, who seemed legitimately scared, were screaming for help. :lol:
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