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Why Does Logging out and Logging Back in Require 30 seconds instead of 15?


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8 minutes ago, youle.5824 said:

Example, you are losing a side duel, at 10% hp and see a thief coming to plus against you, you know you will die, logging out then log in would deny enemy team the possibility to bleed your down and 5 points. 

Easy solution - client closes or crashes abruptly then there's no timer, player hits log out, there is a timer. 

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12 minutes ago, youle.5824 said:

Example, you are losing a side duel, at 10% hp and see a thief coming to plus against you, you know you will die, logging out then log in would deny enemy team the possibility to bleed your down and 5 points. 

That rationale doesn't apply when you're stuck in a wall or when you're already dead.  It's arbitrary.

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On 8/18/2023 at 10:15 AM, Endorphin.9147 said:

It does cause its a feature that would get exploited outside of your situation. That was his point.

Okay, fair enough... then what about when you're already downed or stuck?  30 seconds then is arbitrary.  Because... that's not an exploitation, that's just inimical to unstucking yourself.

 

Also, the /stuck command takes too long anyway.  The process becomes untriggered if you use *any* skill while the countdown is proceeding instead of what it should do - which is only cancel if you click a contingent action skill (sort of like when you pick up special weapons in PvE environments).

Like you're just assuming the best bleed time for the opposite team, which is like 3 standard deviations away in terms of probability of happening - it would be best to just set a mean time to let the log out/log in counter to set.

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