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Doctor Dread
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6/3/2017
Doctor Dread
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There is a new Charter feature. You can post a couple of paragraphs worth of a charter for your rulership which can be viewed by everyone. City, Planet and System. you can also tag your charter with up to 3 various icon flags to convey your general ruleship intent. From benign Structure icons to Deathskulls. Charters have no enforced mechanics, it is purely text to convey your rulership politics.

There is a link to all appropriate charters at the top of the viewscreen above the map. Depending on how far you are zoomed in you will see whichever appropriate flag icons from the charters displayed to give players an warning if there are any special rules you have laid out in the charter that they might be interested in. Combat icons with a couple of skulls might mean your charter talks about how you will attack anyone who lands there for example.

Only the appropriate rulers can edit their charters. For example the ruler of Houston will see an Edit Charter button when viewing the charter when zoomed into Houston and clicking the link at the top of the viewsceen. We encourage all leades to go to zoom into thier rulership locations, City or planet and click the "View Rulership Charters" link on top of the viwew screen. From there you can edit your charter

We're still playing around with this feature, any feedback or change ideas are welcome
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Tahujoe
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6/3/2017
Tahujoe
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Charters show up for governments that either don't exist yet (Io or Jupiter when the only city is Laval or Urabe, respectively) or can't exist at all (SL9685). The first one doesn't seem like much of an issue (and could serve as something to strive towards), but seeing "Charter For The Planet of SL9685" when I've backed out to view the whole Sol system is slightly silly.

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Doctor Dread
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6/4/2017
Doctor Dread
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Tahujoe wrote:
Charters show up for governments that either don't exist yet (Io or Jupiter when the only city is Laval or Urabe, respectively) or can't exist at all (SL9685). The first one doesn't seem like much of an issue (and could serve as something to strive towards), but seeing "Charter For The Planet of SL9685" when I've backed out to view the whole Sol system is slightly silly.



Good catch =)
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