Being a villain sucks.
Not even in the sense that everyone is on your ass, because everyone IS on your ass, but because there are zero redeeming qualities to being a villain.
Why should I be a villain?
WHY SHOULD YOU BE A VILLAIN?
Find out now… on Key Suggestion Z!
Here are some totally awesome mad villainous suggestions to make mad villainy great again!
Simply put, bad rep players should be able to escape from jail.
At higher levels, the options they have to escape. This can be given at level 70+ since at that level they’ll arguably be strong enough to actually fight back against the navy enemies.
Not too sure how I would implement this, though. There should be some way for the player to escape, after all, even if they don’t have their magic, they should have access to their innate physical strength.
Mastered the Art of the Thief
Press E to get the attention of the nearest Grand Navy NPC. If you have more than 1,000 galleons on hand, you can get them to cut your jail time by 50% if it’s 1,000, 70% at 1,250, and 80% at 2,000+.
After getting a guard to bail you out once, you can get them to bail you out for free for the rest of the time in your server. This data won’t save across servers.
This isn’t really a jailbreak thing, but I think it’d be cool if you could actually do this.
“Oh, he’s my dealer.”
Have you ever wandered the streets of Ravenna and wondered,
“Hey, it’d be pretty cool if there was some sort of black market NPC in those alleyways.”
No? Well, who the hell cares!
Black Market NPCs will appear in large cities like Ravenna and set up camp in small, inconspicuous areas. They’ll also have something to do with renown.
They’ll sell higher level items compared to what a normal merchant sells(since they have more access to good weapons and armour).
Examples of what black market NPCs could sell:
High level armours like titanium, steel, and sorcerer sets
Will also have access to the merchant mechanic, so if you sell the black market NPC something, they’ll eventually resell it later.
High level weapons(iron)
They can also trade with you if you are lacking in galleons. For example, if you have a fair attack speed amulet, level 120, and the BM NPC has a fair power amulet, level 100, you could trade the attack speed for the power.
But, if the BM NPC considers what they have more valuable than what you are trading them, they won’t budge. BM NPCs will buy and sell boss drop items but won’t trade them(THE LOREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE).
Since they have an almost guaranteed chance for profit, BM NPCs will have a special spawn requirement.
A player with a bounty above 50k has to be in the server, or there has to be more than one bounty in the server above 10,000.
Pretty lax, right? They’ll spawn in random secluded alleyways in Ravenna, and they can also spawn in Whitesummit.
If you are a leaderboard player or if you have more than 100k bounty, you can actually be notified that a black market NPC has spawned.
Black Market NPCs can send trade offers, but for the trade to be complete you’ll actually have to find them.
Phew, good thing I’m a key.