Phil Deakins Posted March 9, 2019 Share Posted March 9, 2019 (edited) She refered to a mainland 1024 plot, and she implied that the number of avatars on it was an unfair use of resources. Apart from the fact that the idea of an unfair use of resources is utter garbage in this case (it's totally self-evident), the conclusion that can be drawn from her post is that more than 1/64th of the maximum number of avatars on a 1024 plot is an unfair use of resources. My logic is good. Yours is not. Well done! ETA: If more than the fair share of avatars on a parcel (1/64th of 40 on a mainland 1024) is ok, what number must there be for it not to be ok? It's all a bit silly, don't you think?, especially when the Linden who dealt with it thought that the nunber of avatars (the "army") was just fine. Edited March 9, 2019 by Phil Deakins Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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