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R Anstett
R Anstett

Nov-11-2006 15:36

On other threads the discussion about how many cases you can turn in is happening.

The idea that there is a rule that you can only have 2 detectives in an agency seems to be a false one to me.

If you can access every detective in the agency because you have their password then do you control all of them?




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Evita
Evita
Well-Connected

Nov-14-2006 09:34

Those all sound great reasons for staying in the agency.

What actually happened, though?

a) the players stayed as members of the agency, nothing more,
b) the players shared their passwords and were operated by other agency members, but when operated, the detectives solved their own cases and increased their own experience, or
c) the players shared their passwords and were operated by other agency members to pass cases on to the detectives operated by the other members.

Coda
Coda
Well-Connected

Nov-14-2006 09:39

Rules are for the obedience of fools and the guidance of wise men.

Lady Ruby Caplan
Lady Ruby Caplan
Well-Connected

Nov-14-2006 12:03

I don't know if anyone called anyone a cheat. From what I understood, it was questioning ethics. And as stated before, I agreed with virtually everything that was said from all sides. I really don't think anyone was wrong in what they were saying and the problem was mostly in the lack of rules and guidelines.

To Chrone: I don't understand this last post though.. if they begged you to let them stay while under these situations, why disolve the agency?

Also.. life may not exsist by rules but games usually do.. at least well structured games.. and the whole point of playing a game s to play by the rules... I mean, where would soccer be if someone picked up the ball and started running with it?

It's a shame to see such an old agency go and it's even more of a shame that people are feeling so bad over this and that some have or are thinking of retiring detectives.

The retirements are especially a shame when despite the way it was done, a lot of WORK was put in.



biggie528
biggie528
Lucky Stiff

Nov-14-2006 12:25

*applauds LRC*

bariscelik77
bariscelik77

Nov-14-2006 13:52

(it's chro, again)...I received an email from a very informed source that my female agents were secretly being referred to as CHRO'S HOES, and that was the final straw. I dissolved the team because I do not want to subject them or anyone else in my team to such horrendous sentiment. The deed is done, ERF is no more, there's nothing more to argue about, so everyone can now get back to the game. There are several agents here that will verify that just before the last barrage, I was trying to form a coalition with the intent on making the game and the boards a much friendlier place, but as I said, there was that final straw.

BTW, the ladies in my team have expressed their desires to form another agency, and I beg the community at large to not hold their association with me against them. If anyone has any doubts about how they do what they do, please, just ask them first before villifying them....they're nice, friendly, and loyal people, and I am honored to have spent a portion of my life with them!

Solve A Lot2
Solve A Lot2
Assistant Librarian

Nov-15-2006 13:40

Evita,

I don't understand your interest in "what happened to the cases?"


Chelsea Bando
Chelsea Bando
Well-Connected

Nov-15-2006 16:51

??? How come I am the last one to always find out about these things. If I ever discover who was referring to players as hoes I will personally hunt you down and eliminate you. The sleuth community does not need you people.

jasNmushu
jasNmushu
Well-Connected

Nov-15-2006 17:05

*applaud*

Breitkat
Breitkat
Pinball Amateur

Nov-15-2006 17:21

To those attacking the former ERF team, KNOCK IT OFF!!! You're going down a VERY VERY DANGEROUS ROAD, and you will NOT like the outcome. Let them live in peace, please.

To Chron,
I'd like to speak with you, please. It's important. Please contact me. Thank you. Breit.

Y'all can call me Bucky
Y'all can call me Bucky

Nov-15-2006 17:42

I done been readin all this here jibber jabber and I reckon that ya'll just confusigatin' simple folk by likenin' them to gardenin' tools. If that ol' Chro-nestrian fella hadda been called Jake would ya'll have called his kin folk Jake's rakes? Don't seem too funny to me now?

*rubs back of noggin'*

Mah Missy Sue done just gave me one heck of a smack. My head's buzzin lika hive full angry bees. But danged if she aint right. This aint no jokin' matter.

And Ol'Chesea Banjo she be plum right too. If that was done said, then those mean folk are lower than a worm's belly crawlin' in the mud. And danged if that aint as low as a fella can get!

I hope that ol'Chro-nestrian fella passes that email he done got onto Ben so that it can be co-roborated (Miss Sue done gave me that word, she bein' the clever one, with her extra toes and all.) and worm fella can be dealt with.

Otherwise it's just what y'all call hearsay. Now listenin' to hearsay it's like jumpin in a swimmin hole with no water in it. It aint the smartest idea, and the folk who leap and don't look, well they just end up with their head all covered in mud. (Heck much like that worm up yonder).

I hope ya'll can learn to get along.

Y'all can call be Bucky.

PS I done like the Banjo Chelsea, I be pickin out a tune for y'all real soon.

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