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I think you need to get out of your PT bubble, PT isn't any more special than any other server. There are good and bad sides in every community.I would say that would be a hell of a world to play in!
It would also be the end of Tribal wars.
I was by no means implying all players in net employ such tactics! Simply that these tactics are much more commonly implemented.
Whereby using spies or fake diplomacy would be regarded negatively elsewhere, in net. it would very much be regarded as 'smart'.
Something which stuck to me was seeing war announcements posted on external forums with 1 week warning instead of breaking alliances overnight and starting attacks.
Bringing all the servers together is inevitable, and is a great way to bring new life into the game. Right now the worlds are too small which makes the premades super strong and often worlds are already decided when they get started. Bringing in new communities will bring more premades like we got with the Swedes, Norwegians, especially since they merged into .net. Bringing strong competitors from all over the world together is simply far superior then letting a small minority stomp every world in their own tiny community.
Not only that, it would allow for UNIFIED rules, both game related, and script related, so we wouldn't have to deal with resources being split between markets = more efficient moderating since more moderators for the same version, more player interaction of support/CM, and especially being able to use every script that is approved no matter where. Right now, as a scripter, I have to submit my scripts to every. single. market. it's a huge waste of resources on innos side, and also a huge timewaste on mine. But we have to do it if we don't want people to get banned for using something that is popular in one server on a server its not yet approved on. I don't get how you can't see all the pros for merging all the servers. Are there cons? maybe, cultural differences might cause friction, however I also think cultural difference might be enriching for a community.