| Monday, July 28, 2008 - 03:59 pm |
The same could be said to everyone in this game and, sometimes, to the administration. Players often assume they understand a feature... but they really don't. They never do.
For as annoying the interventions of a new player may be, the flaws of his reasoning will be pointed out and he won't make the same mistakes again.
The loan market is working as always - fine.
W3C only interferes in one way:
* Setting the interest rate.
The game only conducts two jobs:
* Distributing loans;
* Offering loans from the world bank when there's a shortage of cash.
W3C isn't reducing the chances of your country to loan his money, in order to force you to buy GCs. That's nonsense.
It would a be useless waste of time to code.
What you can ask, and before advancing nonsensical accusations, is the way loans are distributed.