The right to be someone and the menace of PTO 8 0

Recently, in Bolivia, I've seen a growing population where half the people are completely strangers to me. That's why I come wiht this idea:

- The right to be a party member should be earned somehow.

So, to the party founder, and whoever else he choses too, should be left the privilege to decide who can be a party member. That would bring difficulties to PTO attempts and also would demand more people participating in many ways in the game and interacting with the community. It would even demand the increase of money for those without party to work for founding one.

I think that, for this, to have a regulated and active participation, the way parties are controlled should be similar to the way the Military Units in FG are controlled.

Some could think it is elitist but I find that everyone has the same opportunities in this fair game and also the new players should earn their right to be someone so there is no risk to see them destroying what the older players have constructed.

I expose this so people can leave their oppinions and further perhaps propose this to the game developers.

Tactician Beta 80 Unread
01:58:24, 09/11/14 0
Me hubiera gustado conocer la mecánica desde su inicio.
Metralla 93 Unread
18:47:51, 28/08/14 0
Now you can kick out a member anytime I think, no?
Maguilao 89 Unread
18:17:00, 28/08/14 1
I really liked TS idea
Thiago Santiago 84 Unread
22:44:05, 19/04/12 2
There was a suggestion to that. If party was a dictatorial one, PP could ban a member. If party was a anarchistic one, everyone could be a member.
Duststorm 46 Unread
08:37:21, 19/04/12 1
I agree PP are almost useless how they are.
Only thing you can do with them is PTO.

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