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Hoarding

What is hoarding?
Hoarding is where you have lots of one item, or an excessive number of items that you are not using and are thus pointless.
Hoarding takes up database space, and therefore is completely illegal on the MOO.
What is virtualisation?
Virtualisation is where an objects details are stored in a property and not on an object. If something is being virtualised, feel free to hoard it to your hearts content.
What things virtualise:
Putting an item in a container, like a backpack or a chest.
Cardboard boxes.
Clipping or attaching things to your belt.
Certain clothing.
Hanging objectss.
Wind chimes.
Fingerprint scanners.
Static objects.
What are static objects?
They are, essentually, props of roleplay.
In a room on Sahariana, for example, there is an elephant skeleton. The skeleton plays no significant part in any event, but is a nice property to have around.
What is the penalty for hoarding?
All of the hoarded items being recycled.
A deduction of points and/or levels.
If you continue to do this offense you will be banned.
What are the rewards of finding a hoarder?
The reward for finding a hoarder is roleplay points. How much the person was hoarding is the defining factor for how much of a reward you get.
How many items is considered hoarding?
For most items, if you own more than 10 of the item, and are not about to immediately use them, you are hoarding.
Some items are different, as shown below:
1. Donator pets and babies: unlimited.
2. Cargo drones: 3
3. Nondonator pets: 5
4. Resource trolleys, 3
Last policy update: Thursday, September 19th, 2019, at 01:44:11.
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