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Post  Denizen Kane on Fri Jul 30, 2010 4:20 am

I originally posted this in response to one of Keziah's posts in erep off topic. I thought I would re-post this here because it's certainly not off topic.

I think everyone is having similar feelings about there future in erepublik. It's evidenced by the activity level in our forums and most definitely in the markets. How is anyone supposed to employ anyone when they can't sell anything? I honestly believe there is a huge opening here for communism. Maybe we should switch back lol. In all seriousness though I really think we should be seizing the moment in regards to recruiting. We should be playing on the heart strings of disgruntled players and shouting from the roof tops about the benefits of a state run commune system and it's potential for stability in the economic culture of V2.
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Post  Keziah Rowley on Fri Jul 30, 2010 4:40 am

i was in the eUSA national chat today and came across at least 2 players trying to recruit people to work for their companies only for them to learn that they have been playing the BETA server and not the v2 server (people were making fun of them so i assume they will lose their companies once beta is deleted)...

...makes me wonder how many other eCitizens from around the globe are playing the BETA server thinking its the real v2...

The commune idea was good but it is only worth it to the worker if they can at least break even with what wages they make or with what food/items given...

no one will work for a commune for an extended time period if they are slowly starving.

i dunno just my two cents.
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Post  Leo Tolstoy on Fri Jul 30, 2010 2:10 pm

I heartily agree with Denizen Kane! A commune system could be quite successful... as long as it is self sufficient. maybe starting a food company? i don't know much about how much that would cost, but I am assuming quite a bit if it was to be high level food.... I can donate my 2 gold i have if there was to be a creation of a commune... its all i have... maybe a better way would be to as for loans to establish communes... with a 0% interest rate, maybe some of our more well off members would be willing to lend the money.

Also, communes within a free market system is quite in line with socialist ideologies, no problems there! I think members of communes though would be more willing to keep there health and happiness up if they knew that profits were benefiting the workers instead of another player.
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Post  Denizen Kane on Mon Aug 23, 2010 4:48 am

As I'm sure some of you have noticed our membership numbers in game have been dropping recently. I had foreseen this a couple weeks ago just before I was elected when I went through every party members profile to try and gauge activity. As expected, many members became inactive or quit on or around the migration to V2 and are now starting to die off.
The downside is we may appear less appealing to citizens looking to join a party for the time being. The positive spin would be that we will now have a more realistic number to gauge the active membership of our party. Making communicating important information that much easier. In any case it's no reason to panic.
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