Then I shall complain for the sake of complaining. This is totally unfair, I should be able to go on a inner sphere tour to all of the factions and see their inner workings. /sNastyogre wrote:Unenrolling was banned because of gross abuse by the best players. It's not to punish the bad players. It's to prevent other players from screwing their own team or others. Players have even defected or unenrolled and joined new factions to throw games. Of course unenrolling is banned.
Defection after the penalty comes back will solve the problem of a hangar full of junk. It will goto the faction bays and the Black Market. You will have a nice fresh hangar with 5 or 6 units to rebuild with. Sounds like an opportunity to me. Then again, it's entirely unnecessary. Just play. It's just a game.
The vote is now 5-0. It's all a matter of the %'s. Only the Fed Suns is in a position to really complain, they don't have a representative. If you are in any other faction, ask your Council Member to explain.
Anyways I actually have a question on the defection penalty, will this affect people who decide to defect from periphery into one of the inner sphere houses or defecting to the periphery if they wish to stop having an impact on the campaign and wish to play for fun? I am not planning on doing so but I know we have some people in periphery who have done just this