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Re: Boundry stones

Postby Lazun123 » Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:43 pm

TotalyMeow wrote:
Lazun123 wrote:if the bell is destroyed, can a member of a town build anew TB and have it still associated with the town?


No, each town bell is unique and the boundary stones associated with it are associated only with that bell. Once the bell is gone, the stones are orphaned.



So then you would just have to wait till the silver ran out to avoid a TBF right?
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Re: Boundry stones

Postby Goodman12 » Tue Apr 25, 2017 12:14 am

Lazun123 wrote:
So then you would just have to wait till the silver ran out to avoid a TBF right?

They boundary stones stay up until they're destroyed, if it is defended then you cannot avoid having to put up a waste claim
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Re: Boundry stones

Postby TotalyMeow » Tue Apr 25, 2017 3:27 am

Lazun123 wrote:
TotalyMeow wrote:
Lazun123 wrote:if the bell is destroyed, can a member of a town build anew TB and have it still associated with the town?


No, each town bell is unique and the boundary stones associated with it are associated only with that bell. Once the bell is gone, the stones are orphaned.



So then you would just have to wait till the silver ran out to avoid a TBF right?


Till the silver runs out of... what? In your scenario, the bell is already gone. Regardless, claims on Providence continue to exert all their protections whether they have silver deposited in them or not.
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