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Over at the website 'The Mittani' (http://themittani.com/), there was an article by 'The Mittani' on newbie zones in EVE Online;
It is opinion piece that 'for the good of the game' new players deserves an exception to the cut-throat nature of EVE online.
For those who play EVE, it is a decisive opinion to have. EVE is famous for having a learning curve that is more akin to a cliff with molten hot lava pouring from the top and only those who 'brave' the elements are worthy to play the game.
It also goes against the whole 'give us worlds not a game' vision that pro-sandbox players have in this forum.
So lets discuss, if CCP or any other game company sacrifices their vision of 'creating worlds / sandbox elements' for newbies, are you okay with it?
If your mantra in this forum is 'give us worlds', do you think it is acceptable for exceptions to be made for new players?
It technically breaks the whole 'world' aspect and is that okay? Or is it not okay and you'd rather have a whole cohesive world where the same rules apply?
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