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    What makes a great Neighborhood

    I would like some ideas on “what makes your neighborhood great”, socially and within the game. I would appreciate any suggestions.....
    Last edited by Happyfarmer54321; October 27th, 2018 at 02:16 PM.

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    Depends entirely on what a player is looking for from the game, one players meat is another’s poison.

    I guess there are some generic values that most would like to see in any hood:

    Proactive, firm and fair leadership
    Friendly and helpful neighbours
    An absence of abusive or rude behavior
    An absence of greedy or self centred players.

    Everything else is personal subjectivity - chatty, competitive, large or small etc etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdcfc View Post
    Depends entirely on what a player is looking for from the game, one players meat is another’s poison.

    I guess there are some generic values that most would like to see in any hood:

    Proactive, firm and fair leadership
    Friendly and helpful neighbours
    An absence of abusive or rude behavior
    An absence of greedy or self centred players.

    Everything else is personal subjectivity - chatty, competitive, large or small etc etc
    Agreed ..... 😝

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    Agreed. One person’s ‘Ideal’ is another person’s ‘Loathed’.

    Why did you ask? Maybe we can help you if we know why you’re asking?...
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    Flexible farmers, so leadership can try different things without anyone throwing their toys out of the farm

    Imaginative leaders

    Good communication:
    Leaders who make it clear what they are trying to achieve and what is required to achieve it
    Farmers that read and act on suggestions and directives

    Active farmers

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