Today we will talk about an improvement that has been long awaited: Nation change!
This Devblog will introduce you to this new feature and its implementation in the game.
We decided to translate this idea into the game with a repeatable quest, available from level 30 at all Nations Ambassadors in Astrub (you know, these guards asking for your passports).
For a small Kama fee which hasn’t yet been decided, but should be around 25.000 Kamas, you will immediately change your Nation and see your Citizenship Points reset to zero.
You will then be free to start anew in your new home, clean of accusations and past misdemeanors (if you made any troubles before, that is).
In other words, you will be able to change Nations several times if you so desire, and if your wallet allows it. Note however that changing Nation constitutes treason against your former Nation, and trust is not so easily won back. Therefore, you will only be able to repeat this quest 30 days after the previous completion.
This limitation should also limit migration between Nations that could have devastating effects on the game.
I hope you’re looking forward to this new feature as much as I am, because I have to say: Bonta has been tempting me for a while!
i can finally turn into my one true brak
.................Ok not really but still, we're a pretty awesome nation.
Awesome idea for a new feature!
Maybe CP itself needs a revamp.
But I like being able to change nations.
Worth the CP loss, I suppose.
Seriously, you should block that option for the nation with the highest active population, if they already form more than a third of the server wide active population. (Which might still lead to a two party-system...) Otherwise, you can directly abolish the nations concept completely.
And/Or make joining a lesser populated nation and staying between its borders more attractive. By a nationwide extra buff for citizens for example, which also extends to dungeons to a lesser degree.
Linking the market boards of neutral or allied nations (maybe with some import/export taxes) might also decrease the dominance of the bontarian market.
Regarding Sufokia: the geography of the northern regions is a travelers nightmare.