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CAvali

Money suggestion.

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CAvali
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As we all noticed there are a lot of people who have difficulty or who don't have time to work various jobs, I think savings system can help here. Also increase the paycheck a little bit.
That way people can mess up with RP and make money at the same time.

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Snob

Savings system will just ruin the server's economy as well as raising paychecks, In my opinion I think we should keep it like that.

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Tremendous

I support this, it's better than having 80% of the server's population just afk grinding money and it rewards people who play.

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Highwire

I support raising the welfare payments, $400 is pretty low, but I disagree with savings right now. Unless the interest is set really low so it takes a really long time to accumulate, then I'd support it.

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Buster

Supporting the idea of raising the paycheck. Savings will come, I'm sure of that. But I don't think it'll be beneficial right now.

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Cash_Barti

Keep it as it is. If you sit on your ass all day, you won’t get money. Simple as that.

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Tremendous
On 11/03/2018 at 1:40 PM, Cash_Barti said:

Keep it as it is. If you sit on your ass all day, you won’t get money. Simple as that.

 

If you consider RPing sitting on our ass all day.

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Rehasher

We’ll consider a savings module, but if it ever came into play it won’t be then savings system most of you are used to.

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CAvali

It would be awesome.

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Kev
On 3/11/2018 at 12:25 AM, Highwire said:

I support raising the welfare payments, $400 is pretty low, but I disagree with savings right now. Unless the interest is set really low so it takes a really long time to accumulate, then I'd support it.

 

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Volk420

Sure everybody want free money.

 

 

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syler

You guys realise welfare is.. welfare? $400 is more than enough for people who don't have a job, truck or lumberjack is you need money but don't rely on the script to give you it all. I think welfare should stay where it is.

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Jondetti
On 3/17/2018 at 5:35 PM, syler said:

You guys realise welfare is.. welfare? $400 is more than enough for people who don't have a job, truck or lumberjack is you need money but don't rely on the script to give you it all. I think welfare should stay where it is.

 

Thats like 1-2 lumberjack trees per hour. What are you talking about?

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PurpleVase24
On 3/17/2018 at 4:35 PM, syler said:

You guys realise welfare is.. welfare?

You also realize this is a game and people can't play the entire day to get some in-game money, right? 

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syler
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On 19/03/2018 at 11:30 AM, Jondetti said:

 

Thats like 1-2 lumberjack trees per hour. What are you talking about?

 

I've made around $4000 within 2 hours of lumber jacking which is a good amount given the current state of the economy.

 

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