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I seem to recall some time ago that @admin stated that anything that encouraged PVP was good and anything that doesn't is bad (or something like that). It is apparent, to me at least, that some nations dominate the PZ by sheer numbers and that this discourages other nation players from entering the PZ to avoid seal clubbing whilst for the zerg nation there are few targets. My suggestion is that a nations participation in the PZ is limited by the number of its ships within. One possibility is to regulate numbers is by using a ticketing system, where tickets are 'purchased' from a port and expire on end of a partaking PZ battle or after 15 minutes of purchase if a PZ battle is not joined. A ticket holder would have an invulnerability pass into the PZ conversely he would not be able to attack non-ticket players and visa-versa. Once a ticket expires another appears in a freetown port for purchase the number of tickets available depends on tickets purchased by each nation (might require zone repositioning for Leogane and Deadmans). A higher number of tickets purchased by different Nations the higher the TOTAL number of tickets available. This would mean that 25v25 PZ battle could occur but 10 v1 would be unusual. By such a mechanic I would hope everyone gets a better chance of a good non-gank fight. Buster (shoot me!)
So, Something happened to a clan mate of mine that I'd like to bring to your attention @admin, @Ink. According to Patch Notes on Patch 35 RoE should now be the same as standard OW for fights in the patrol zone with the BR based reinforcement mechanics. [SNOW] PROPAST today attacked a Pirate Frigate and Belle Poule (combined BR 360) on his Trincomalee (BR 270) in the La Mona Patrol Zone. If OW RoE is applicable that battle should have closed for the British side after two minutes and remained open only on the Dutch side due to the BR difference. Yet, ten minutes later a Hercules and a Rättvisan joined on the enemy side. Screenshot: Notice the time difference in the chat window. PROPAST also made an F11 report right after the two ships joined. He forgot to save the ticket number but in the Screenshot it shows NAB-93606 at the top. Looks like something went wrong here...
Well. I have now sailed around Aves patrol zone for hour, NPC ships at coast never venture in it. So i cant get any compat marks. At this time it seems no players were here either, thats why im scanning all around for NPC. Is it really necessary "hardcore" gameplay to make players wait hours for targets? @admin Its enough hard allready to find NPC targets at OW and now at PZ too...