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  1. Rezonl

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    Do you believe its fair for people to create a dirt pillar and put a sign saying "reserved" on a plot of land?

    Personally, I think residents should be the only ones to be able to build inside/outside of eco city.
     
  2. Starbolt79

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    It's only reserved if they actually build there... They're reserving that 1x1 tower... You can build around it, as long as you don't interfere with it :p
     
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    but then how would you make money to be a resident?
     
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    He's saying you shouldn't be able to build directly outside of ecocity... Which, you really shouldn't... There's TONS and TONS of space to build in any of the 4 other portals o.o
     
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    Well im actually against "reserving" spaces.

    I mean, i could make a giant dirt castle and say "reserved"
     
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    well, you built that castle, so only you can build inside :) even if it is dirt, you still made it, no exceptions for griefing, unless someone asked you to destroy your stuff :p
     
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