| Sunday, February 22, 2004 - 02:36 pm |
Several players are running multiple enterprises on Golden Rainbow. Whilst I don't have any problem with this, I do think it may be time to consider implementing the same award policy for CEOs as for presidents. That is, each player may win only one award per month, even if they have multiple enterprises in the eligible rank range. There are only 5 players occupying the 10 CEO award slots at the moment, which may be discouraging for players who only have the time or money to run a single enterprise. Comments?
| Monday, February 23, 2004 - 04:29 pm |
You are right. They must change it.
| Monday, May 31, 2004 - 05:18 pm |
As I know, only the first company (in the top ceos list) of a player wins anything, however, the prize for his other ceos won't drop back to others.
| Monday, May 31, 2004 - 08:59 pm |
Most of those CEO's in the top spots decline the award in which case it does appear to flow down hill.
The way I understand it is W3 awards for so many "top" spots. If the person entitled to it declines it goes to the next in line.
What I have "seen" is I've gotten cash awards when I was a spot or two out of the running so I'm satisfied this is true.
Those CEO's running in the top slots with multiple Enterprises are either trading gold points or paying cash for the corps they own.
I know why I'd be doing it, to alternatate corps receiving cash awards so I'd always have something in the "money" should I need it.
Even if they accept the award for all corps .. believe me as I've been there myself eventually the corp will be forced from the cash award positions due to the penalties W3 uses.
If you think it's going to be possible to convert a gold credit and perpetually win in GR .. think again.
What these people are more than likely doing is wining with one and refusing the award for that corp until it recovers, while taking the award with others.
There are multiple ways to manipulate however, unless you are winning the top slot with your companies you won't stay in the money forever paying for 5 corps per month (do the math).