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Laborer Journals and Salvaging Follow-Up

Discussion in 'Albion Online General Discussion' started by Stratics News, Mar 13, 2018.

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    Hey everyone,

    First of all, thank you for the feedback and critique you have shared with us over the last day on the Laborer Journal issue. We feel it necessary to make the current situation, and the decisions we made, as transparent as possible to you, our community.

    With our maintenance today the Journals are no longer salvageable.

    Moving forward, we are working with the highest priority to ensure that ill-gotten gains will be removed from the accounts that were involved with corresponding penalties, and no damage has been done to the economy on a grand scale. We will update all of you, when this process has been completed.

    We see some of you requesting and discussing why the decision was made not to do a roll-back.
    We would like to bring everyone onto the same page with information on what a roll-back can mean for us. The fact is, as some of you may already be aware, a roll-back itself can potentially take numerous hours, with the severe implication that entire player base would not be able to access the game for this period. Therefore, a roll-back is a course of action that we would only consider given there was no other available avenue being presented. On top of that, a rollback would affect all players, instead of a contained subset.
    Knowing how this may affect our community as a whole and those anticipating/ preparing for the update, we opted for a solution that took both sides into account - real-time action with which we could minimize the damage to our economy with immediate effect, while keeping the game accessible to everyone.

    We are by no means excusing this oversight and we will be doing everything we can to prevent this kind of issue in the future.

    - Evoque

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