Atrophie des Knotenpunkts

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Nodes can delevel based on node atrophy.[1]

  • This is a preliminary design and may change based on testing. This may be changed to an atrophy points system, where accumulated points will progressively disable services within a node. The node may be destroyed (instead of deleveling) if a significant points threshold is reached.[2]

There are intrinsic problems with reducing a nodes level as opposed to removing the node and it may be possible I'm just gonna say now that we don't actually atrophy nodes to delevel but rather accrue atrophy points that must be replenished over time; and if not it begins to disable services and further compound the atrophy problem; at which point when it reaches a certain atrophy point then the node would just disappear.[2]Steven Sharif

  • Nodes accumulate an experience deficit each day based on the node's level. The deficit is subtracted from any experience earned that day. If any deficit remains, then this is subtracted from the node’s experience pool.[1]
  • Bürgermeister are able to initiate quest-driven systems that non-citizens can participate in. The mayor can use a portion of the node's treasury or goods as rewards for quest completion. Players will be able to interface with the node to view the quests that are available to them.[3]
  • Certain flags will appear to notify node citizens if their node has dropped below the required experience for its current stage. After a short period, if the atrophy is not addressed, the Node will then delevel.[1]
  • A node cannot delevel more than a single level at a time.[1]
    • When a Node delevels it enters a safe period, during which the deficit is temporarily reduced to 0.[1]
  • It may be possible through node atrophy for two nodes of the same stage to be adjacent to each other.[2]

Deleveled nodes return to their previous stage.[1]

If a Node delevels, it returns to the previous Stage, but keeps the racial style it had before deleveling. A Node cannot delevel more than a single level at a time. For example, a Level 2 Node would become a Level 1, or a Level 1 Node would become a Level 0. If deleveling would cause a Node to lose its Vassals, it does so. When a Node delevels it enters a “safe period,” during which the deficit is temporarily reduced to 0. Once the safe period expires, the Node can once again begin losing experience based on its deficit.[1]Margaret Krohn

Node destruction

When a node levels up it maintains the same feeling. So it feels like it's growing out from its city center; and it has this identity that it kind of evolves; and people get to understand it. But then when it gets destroyed and it starts over again and people re-level it, it's completely different the next time.[4]Jeffrey Bard

Nodes can be destroyed starting at level 3 (Village), and are destroyed through sieges.[1]

Nodes can be destroyed starting at Level 3 - Village Stage, and are destroyed through sieges. Sieges are started via an item which is acquired through a quest that scales in difficulty with respect to the level of the Node which is being targeted for the siege. Once the item is brought to the Node and is activated, the declaration period begins and a countdown is initiated for players in the region to see. This countdown runs for a number of days equal to the level of the Node being sieged. Once the countdown is complete, the siege begins. There is a cooldown between sieges, and players must wait a certain amount of time after an unsuccessful siege before a new siege can be declared. The higher the Node level, the longer the cooldown between sieges. If a siege is successful, then the Node is brought down to Level 0, and anyone who was a citizen of that Node is no longer a citizen.[1]Margaret Krohn

Knotenpunkt-Belagerungen

Knotenpunkt-Belagerungen ermöglichen es Spielern, einen Knotenpunkt zurück zu setzen, seine Knotenpunkt-Entwicklung umzukehren und ihn letztendlich vollständig zu zerstören. Dies ebnet den Weg für die Neuentwicklung und den Zugriff auf die gesperrten Inhalte in den umliegenden Knotenpunkten. Aufgrund dieser Dynamik spielen politische Konflikte und Intrigen eine wichtige Rolle in der Struktur der Welt.[11]

Belagerte Knotenpunkte werden für die Angreifer keine leichte Herausforderung darstellen. Städte und Metropolen werden einen erheblichen Abwehrvorteil haben. [11] Automatische PvE Belagerungen können gegen Knoten eingeleitet werden, die aber nicht kontinuierlich aktiv sind. [12]

If you own a home in a node and you don't want to see that home destroyed, you need to defend that city![13]Steven Sharif

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Zerstörbare Umgebung

Zerstörbare Burg.[14]

This is the castle siege destruction props. It's variable areas of exploded stuff. You can't completely destroy the castle or you wouldn't be able to get to the top of it.[14]Michael Bacon

Zerstörbare Umgebung wird ein Kernelement dessen sein, wie Spieler mit der Welt interagieren werden. Sowohl in Ashes of Creation Apocalypse als auch in dem Ashes of Creation MMORPG.[17]

We want destruction to be a very core element of how players make their way through the world.[17]Steven Sharif

  • Möglicherweise schaffen es Angreifer nicht eine Node während ihrer Belagerung zu zerstören. Stattdessen führen sie vielleicht gezielte Angriffe durch, um spezielle Service-Gebäude in der Node außer Betrieb zu setzen. Diese Gebäude können mit Belagerungswaffen und Bomben angegriffen werden.[18]
  • Node-Gebäude (inklusive Player Housing) haben Lebenspunkte und können während Belagerungen beschädigt werden. Wenn Gebäude mehr als ungefähr 25% Schaden nehmen, sind jegliche NPCs oder Services von diesem Gebäude nicht verfügbar, bis dieser Schaden repariert wurde.[7]
  • Wenn die Node eine Belagerung überstehen sollte, müssen die Einwohner die nötigen Ressourcen beschaffen um beschädigte Infrastruktur wieder aufzubauen und zu reparieren.[7][19]
    • Große und weiter fortgeschrittene Gebäufe benätigen mehr Ressourcen um diese zu reparieren. In-Node Housing wird vermutlich die geringste Menge an Ressourcen für die Reparatur benötigen.[20]
  • Spielerbehausungen, die während einer Belagerung zerstört wurden, können nicht mehr verkauft werden.[21]

You could be more precision oriented in the decision to attack a city. Let's say it's a rival node that's trying to reach you know a node stage five or something and you want to disable their ability for the religious system to progress so you target the temple during the attack, or you want to disable their scholars academy from reaching a higher level so that your nodes can; or you want to disable multiple buildings that allow for experience and quests to be undertaken by its citizenship, which prevents them from keeping up in pace of experience gained with your node. These can be more precision oriented and don't have to effectualize an actual takeover of the node.[18]Steven Sharif

Impact on player housing

Spielerbehausungen designs and decorations are retained and can be placed again later if the housing is destroyed during a node siege.[22][23]

  • Blueprints are mailed to the player to utilize for future placement.[1]
  • Destroyed freeholds are subject to material loss.[1]
  • Certificates will track major milestones (such as Furnaces and Homesteads, for example).[22][23]
  • A possible design idea is for items such as furnishings to be boxed in crates that are accessible inside the new home.[24]

Impact on in-node housing

Following a node siege, static housing will be scaled back or destroyed based on the advancement of the node.[22]

  • If the housing was purchased at a higher advancement than the node currently is then it will be destroyed, otherwise the housing will be scaled back.

Impact on apartments

Apartments können unter den folgenden Umständen zerstört werden:[22]

  • Falls das Gebäude während einer Belagerung zerstört wurde, selbst wenn die Belagerung nicht erfolgreich war.
  • Falls die Node durch die Belagerung unter Stufe 4 (Stadt) fällt.

Impact on freeholds

Grundbesitz may be attacked by any player[25] for a period of two hours[1] following a successful siege against its parent node.[26]

  • Players and their allies may defend their freehold for this period of time.[26]
  • Structures and guards may be obtained to defend freeholds during this period.[26]

After the two hour period of open combat following a successful node siege, any remaining freeholds will exist under a grace period for roughly 1 week where another node may take over the zone of influence of the freehold.[25][1]

  • The freehold owner will be required to undertake a quest process to have their freehold adopted by a new node if one exists.[25]
  • At the end of the grace period, if the freehold does not reside within the ZOI of a stage three (Dorf) node or above, it will be destroyed.[27]
  • Players who are registered as a defenders of their node cannot loot their own destroyed freeholds.[28]

If a siege is successful, then the Node is brought down to Level 0, and anyone who was a citizen of that Node is no longer a citizen. Freeholds within the Zone of Influence are subject to a period of vulnerability. These Freeholds can be destroyed by other players during a period of roughly 2 hours after a successful siege. Destroyed Freeholds are subject to material loss, and blueprints for them are mailed to the player to utilize for future placement in order to allow the player to keep their Freehold’s layout and structure. Once the vulnerability period is complete, any remaining Freeholds will exist under a grace period for roughly 1 week where another Node may take over the Zone of Influence of the Freehold.[1]Margaret Krohn

Node redevelopment

A node that was successfully sieged may develop differently due to the following influences:[4][29]

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