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Done Quest Book Wiped, No Base Reset

Discussion in 'Galactic Science' started by Syndicality, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. Syndicality

    Syndicality Member

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    A long time ago, I took a break from GS and MC as a whole. Recently I have been getting back into it. However, after logging on the GS server, something caught my eye.

    The general rule is that bases are deleted two weeks to a month after becoming inactive. I was inactive for a lot longer than that. Thus, my quest book was wiped. However, my base still remained.

    I don't really know what to do or if I'm breaking any rules. Any guidance in the matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

    EDIT: I think it would be beneficial to clarify that by "my base still remained" I mean my base + everything I've put in it including items in chests. Also my inventory didn't change either.
     
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  2. HanoverFist69

    HanoverFist69 Administrator Patron Tier 3

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    Nothing ever resets on Galactic Science. So you're fine.
     
  3. wyndman

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    Your base should have been deleted after fourteen days, were you grouped with someone?
     
  4. Syndicality

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    I was not.
     
  5. Syndicality

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    My main concern with this issue is whether or not redoing the questbook is considered duping because of all of the rewards. I don't want to be breaking any rules here.
     
  6. wyndman

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    You're fine in this case, it wasn't an attempt to circumvent the rules, and you alerted us.
     
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    Alright, thank you very much.
     

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