1-Back in September 2011. I worked as an advisor for raao, Minister of
Economy twice for Umar Liaqat and then Bozli.
2-What is your opinion on the Old erepublik compared to this one And do you think that the changes were positive?
2- I have been around for less than a year, so old for me is already after skills where deprecated. Having studied the older version though, I do think that removing skills was a mistake. They could have made the system simpler without removing it. Also removing currencies was probably a bombshell, since it closed income opportunities for many money traders like me. For me at least, it was the biggest source of my daily income. I would also like to see the old limit to using energy packs per day or per battle re-instated.
3-You have all the systems worked out but what about getting new people and organizing people to guide them?
3-80% of the drafted work has not been published yet. Building a system from scratch takes time. Also no system can progress if those who are expected to make it work, sit like an audience waiting for things to happen around them. One or two or three persons cannot make a system. They can plan and direct, but ultimately the success of a system lies in its adoption by the community. You also have to keep in mind that we have zero funds at the moment. So there is little help we can provide to new people as a government.
You will see more plans role out as time goes by. We have to set up the foundation before we can start laying the roof don't we?
4-Do you think you have a good chance for next Term?
4-At the moment I have not decided whether I want to stand in the next term or not. Even in the current term, I have had to fill up, because we ran out of options. If the council push for me than I suppose it would not be a matter of chance, simply because we have only around 50 voters and thankfully little political division.
5-What is your opinion about ereligion ?
5-It is as powerful a concept as RL religion. It's purpose I suppose is to unify people and command their loyalty beyond national identity as dictated by the games framework. I think it is quite a creative attempt at gaining power. I recognize that it would require a lot of energy and guile to pull off something like this.
6-And the most important question Which one is your favourite question?
6-Probably the one you did not ask
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