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[Hamlet] One - Communist Collective [Neutral]

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Some exmembers who we had assumed left the town in good will paid off a town member and stole everything - We decided at this point the Collective was not going to work simply because one two-faced person can utterly destroy our system of trust and interreliance. Quite sad, really. With a wimper.
 
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Lightforge has been getting a flood of CC people... I would like to see this community prosper, its such a cool idea, and well thought out, I would hate to see it fail.
 
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Mwahahaha @Dielan9999 Alex will be killing you instead of trading with you now XD.

CC was one of the only towns I respected and was against going out of the way to attack, I'm sorry for their hardships, and I am grateful said tragedies have not struck Erebos as a whole. Good luck to the members who decided to move on from this and live their Herocraft lives as best as they can.
 
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Yes.

Failure is relative, like all things. We started and sustained a Communist system in Herocraft when so many people said we couldnt. In my eyes, we did not fail.
In my eyes, that's true as well, but you put too much trust in shady members it seems. If so many of your guys just suddenly decided to betray you - something was done wrong somewhere down the road. Maybe these guys who raided you are just assholes.
 
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In my eyes, that's true as well, but you put too much trust in shady members it seems. If so many of your guys just suddenly decided to betray you - something was done wrong somewhere down the road. Maybe these guys who raided you are just assholes.
Certain members were grandfathered in, so to speak.

Also, we may have failed in a moral sense, but look at the money generated by hard work... that's really something.
 
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As we talked about it after the event, if we had just kept to the original, core 10 or so people that really wanted to just work together and get things done instead of trying to recruit [In hopes of finding more highly efficient, devoted members], we would have done just fine. However, we were just about to establish a system with a few more checks of our more valuable resources that would have made it so a thing like this could not happen. Ah, the failures of could have done.
 
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