#5609 Rose Leigh at 'dangerous' maps

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2013-06-17
2012-12-18
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Dont know if it is really a bug or something. But i saw Rose Leigh in the maps '0_fado_forest_se' and '0_fado_forest_s_e2'.

This maps are easy to access by new players. And if they hear Rose's shout and try to find her, they will run direct into ents and elf magicians. Thats maybe a little bit bad for new players.

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  • bluelads4

    bluelads4 - 2012-12-18

    Hello,

    this is made by purpose. Rose Leigh is jumping all over Faiumoni, means she can visit all maps and zones :) There is a nice working warning system under the minimap of each player, showing skulps when the area they are walking in is too dangerous for them (like 3-5 skulps), so hopefully this can help them not running into some kind of a trap with dangerous creatures :)

    Greetings

    Bluelads4

     
  • Katie Russell

    Katie Russell - 2012-12-19

    This came out of a conversation in game, I was being asked where Santa/Rose etc go.

    I explained that the teleporter code incldues a list of 'bad zones' which we don't think the teleporting npcs should visit. We don't want them spending too much time in zones that newbies could never really vsiit. E.g. nalwor city is excluded.

    But the zones mentioned here are as dangerous/more dangerous than nalwor, so perhaps should be excluded via the same logic.

     
  • Kimmo Rundelin

    Kimmo Rundelin - 2012-12-19

    The dangerous zone list sure could use some updating. The world has changed since the feature was added

     
  • bluelads4

    bluelads4 - 2013-06-14
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  • bluelads4

    bluelads4 - 2013-06-17
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • bluelads4

    bluelads4 - 2013-06-17

    Thanks for the report, the badZones table has been updated and the suggested maps + 0_semos_mountain_n_w4 have been added.

    Greetings

    Bluelads4

     


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