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I know that Secured mode is here to stay, and this poll is not about removing it...
However, I feel that it is perfectly reasonable, and not at all a detriment to the newer folks of the game for the game to implement the following:
If a player in Secured mode becomes inactive for more than a month (i.e. the player no longer even has "this player has been active in the last month" above his country information,) then that player be removed from secured mode automatically.
Clearly if someone has not played the game in a month, they either started the game and then stopped immediately, meaning all their country is doing is being an indestructible road block the folks who want to play, or they simply decided to stop playing altogether.
Vote YES if you want Long-Term Inactive players to be removed from secured mode automatically, vote NO if you don't
36 gamers voted for the proposal.
14 gamers voted against the proposal.
The proposal has been ACCEPTED.
We have two kinds of inactive players. The first type are the ones who are full players and for some reason are unable to play for some period.
They trust the secured mode to protect their assets until they return and that is exactly what secured mode is doing for them.
The second type are tryout players who start an account, play or don't play and then disappear. These accounts expire after two weeks. We wait for about two weeks more to allow them to come back and then remove the country. We may reduce that waiting period by just a couple of days but generally, we should not remove too quickly.