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    General capture

    In the new update about capture general there are only 2 options once you capture a general .. release or execute .. how about adding a ransome too but with a limit .. because in evony age 1 that happens quite a lot... a certain player captures a high level stats general then ransomes it for millions of resoucess to get it back but for this type of evony how about just ransome, release and execute... if the player who captured the general decided to execute it .. how about allowing the player who owns it be able to revive it but for some days ..... and also about the gears equiped on the general it would be better if it is auto removed and given it back to the owner who owns the general if it is captured.
    This is just my suggestion though
    because if this capture general is now updated there will be less players attacking now and also possibly less spending .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werty123 View Post
    In the new update about capture general there are only 2 options once you capture a general .. release or execute .. how about adding a ransome too but with a limit .. because in evony age 1 that happens quite a lot... a certain player captures a high level stats general then ransomes it for millions of resoucess to get it back but for this type of evony how about just ransome, release and execute... if the player who captured the general decided to execute it .. how about allowing the player who owns it be able to revive it but for some days ..... and also about the gears equiped on the general it would be better if it is auto removed and given it back to the owner who owns the general if it is captured.
    This is just my suggestion though
    because if this capture general is now updated there will be less players attacking now and also possibly less spending .
    Dear Lord/Lady
    The general can be revived by the owner player later in case he's executed. For ransome, we are still not sure about the impact if we allow ransome. So we are very careful on this feature. Thanks.

    Best Regards
    James

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