So, make it make no sense whatsoever?Arman wrote:I'd actually like to see the 'who' system go the other way. Whether you are introduced or not, the greater your mortal level the more likely you are to be known... I've found it ironic that there can be unknown 'legends' and 'myths'.
Everyone knew who Druss the Legend was, whether they'd met him or not!
I do take some of the points around the importance of anonymity for some guilds. I don't mind it being a taxable feature of certain guild styles... like rangers and rogues. Could add an additional level of distinction to those class types.
People KNEW OF Druss they didnt know him, as in word of mouth, they did not know when eh was sleeping or anything like it And quite a few people in the books mistook him for an old man with an axe and couldnt concieve he was the captain of the axe.
Old wholist. Best wholist. Make newbiehelpers visible as they have colounteered for it, by your logic Artemis Entreri should be world famous in Faerun aswell, not that many even in the underworld knew more than loose rumours and he was one of the deadliest in the realm.
The current list only makes it so people avoid certain areas if they see certain names they dont know awake, it makes for less interaction and in quite a few ways promote people to only sit in the guild and idle untill they see X not on the list so they can go out. It directly goes against making people interact and avoid pvp for instance. This is when I get the inane "Reee people know via discord reeee" Doesent matter in game. And far from everyone is on discord. And AGAIN, anti social wholist.