Of course Yark, you're much smarter than us, please tell me exactly how its done.Yark wrote:Your post was irrelevant because selecting a different location does not change the system described in this thread. Regardless of where a house exists, we can force owners to open doors inside. Is that really something we all want? Of course since most of you are short-sighted and uncreative you'll say yes, until we demonstrate that it's a problem. And then you'll be posting threads about it, just like you are wont to do about combat balance after you fight us.
(Also, it's "could have." Important, as a role-player, for you to know this.)
A place to discuss the game in a general fashion that doesn't fit the rest of the forums.
It is exactly how it is done. Proper roleplay can bypass gameplay's mechanical limitations, using a GM when needed. It has happened before for many situations, and it will continue to happen. It has happened to me and many others. It is a gray situation; taking game mechanics literally and not allowing anyone in is as bad as letting doors not be locked at all in the first place. It is contextual.