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[2020/01/03] Tribunal Report

Discussion in 'Tribunal' started by alex, Jan 5, 2020.

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  1. alex

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    What is the tribunal report?
    It's a daily, publicized audit log showing all trades made between players with end-game equipment that the public has deemed worthy to track. It consists of two parts: the tribunal scores and the trade logs.

    What are the tribunal scores?
    Each pair of trading partners has a tribunal score. This score is determined by how many trades the two players conduct over a 10-day window. The higher this score, the more trades have occurred between these two players. Generally speaking, the higher the score, the more likely the players are friends or the same person sharing equipment between two accounts. The lower the score, the more suspicious one should be about a pair of trading partners.

    What are the trade logs?
    The trade logs are simply all trades made in the last day that the public has deemed worthy to track. By publicizing all trade logs everyday, we can help deter unwanted trading behavior on MapleSaga.

    What is the intention of this new system?
    By making all of this data available to the public eye, players can reply to tribunal report threads (or reply privately through conversation) with their observations of suspicious trading patterns.

    What is an example of this system being used in action?
    Pwen passed his +8, perfectly-scrolled Level 150 sword to iLiveForButt. Many players commented on the fact that iLiveForButt was a relatively new player that no one had known before, and so he was interrogated. iLiveForButt's alibi was that he was simply borrowing the equipment while Pwen was gone. MapleSaga and its administration reserves the right to completely reverse trades of this manner if it feels the trade activity is suspicious. Furthermore, equipment may be locked and accounts may be banned. In this situation, Pwen was permanently banned and iLiveForButt's trades were reversed.

    Tribunal Scores
    Trade Logs
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