Zamte wrote:Alternatively, the no soak on objects owned by the player (except in my opinion you should only be able to do it on your own claim or on land you have vandalism rights to, not on anything unclaimed) is a very nice option, because it'll also allow anybody who has a claim to have mastery over it.
Anybody who lived in the city could dismantle it piece by piece.
I can imagine, how medieval-age people build a brick wall around their town and place a big red "Dismantle" button on every section... Guys, have you ever seen a real castle wall?
The one that is supposed to stop an attacking army with battering rams and such?
Something like this?
Can you dismantle it with bare hands?
Same with palisades:
Typical construction consisted of small or mid sized trunks of trees aligned vertically, with no spacing in between.
The trunks would be sharpened or pointed at the top end, and be driven deep into the ground on the other end
They would sometimes be reinforced with additional construction
As a defensive structure, palisades were often used in conjunction with earthworks
.Guys, just accept it.
One man cannot destroy such thing with bare hands.
Think before you build walls - it saves a lot of time later!