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This announcement in the French Forums is not intended to be exclusive to the non-French speaking community. Please use this thread for your positive and negative feedback regarding this change. Feedback must be constructive and on topic. This is a heavily moderated thread - warnings may be issued without prior comment by staff for those who are trolling or disrespectful. - Henry d'Esterre Darby ------------------------------ Just casually glanced at the french speaking forums and noticed this gem posted by Baberouge, who appears to be on the staff. Which translated is "While awaiting a better solution, windows of conquest of about 10h will be added in a next patch to solve the problem of night flips." Is this a suggestion or an actual fact? If legit why hasn't this been released to the general public and why is it being talked about in a the french only section and not the rest of the forum? This seems to be very big news if true.
Oxford Dictionary As per the tribunal rules outlined in the topic, griefing is a tribunal offence. Charge: Players from the US nation has repeatedly and intentionally been raising hostility in the region of Georgia with the explicit intention of setting port battles at times that for the defenders, danish players, are in the middle of the night on weekdays. This is intended to force Danish defenders to stay up for what is for us the middle of the night and mount a defense The US players then do not show up to the attack, or shows up in a very small number of fast ships with the express intention of wasting the time of the entire defensive force. This is textbook griefing. It is an intentional waste of other players time and an intentional sabotage of the game. With accompanying mockery and harassment in the battle chat and global chat. It causes great dissatisfaction amongst the defenders who have to stay up to mount a defense and yet do not get a fight, wasting hours of their time for nothing. This charge and proof addresses specifically the port "battle" that happened in Savannah on January the 11th. Proof of intention: Only four players showed up to the beginning of the fight, in fast ships to run away and waste our time. There was no screening mounted outside by the defenders that could explain the absence of more attackers. No attempt was ever made in the course of the battle by the attackers to fight or get any points. They were running away from the beginning, but refusing to leave the battle to let it end, wasting more time.