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'''Settlements''' are the centerpiece of the game design in [[Pathfinder Online]].  Settlements are both a place—they are permanent collections of structures—and a social grouping of characters.  Being a "member of a settlement" means that you are a part of the settlement's ownership and management.  A character might be physically within the walls of a Settlement, and might even have storage there and be operating out of the Settlement, the character is not a "member of the settlement" unless that character is actually a part of the social structure system.
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'''Settlements''' are the centerpiece of the game design in Pathfinder Online.  Settlements are both a place—they are permanent collections of structures—and a social grouping of characters.  Being a "member of a settlement" means that you are a part of the settlement's ownership and management.  A character might be physically within the walls of a Settlement, and might even have storage there and be operating out of the Settlement, the character is not a "member of the settlement" unless that character is actually a part of the social structure system.
 
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== Alignment and Company Alliances ==
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== Types of Settlements ==
 
== Types of Settlements ==
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==== Starter Settlements ====
 
==== Starter Settlements ====
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[[File:Settlement NPC 01 Starter.png|150px|right]]
 
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This subset of NPC settlements are locations into which new characters spawn when they first enter Pathfinder Online. A character's starting settlement is determined randomly. In addition to basic training and crafting facilities, these settlements also offer a short series of training quests to get new players started and to teach the basics of movement, combat, feat training/slotting, and crafting. Starter settlements in the game are:
 
This subset of NPC settlements are locations into which new characters spawn when they first enter Pathfinder Online. A character's starting settlement is determined randomly. In addition to basic training and crafting facilities, these settlements also offer a short series of training quests to get new players started and to teach the basics of movement, combat, feat training/slotting, and crafting. Starter settlements in the game are:
  
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* [[Ossian's Crossing]]
 
* [[Ossian's Crossing]]
 
* [[Rathglen]]
 
* [[Rathglen]]
 
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===Player Settlements===
 
===Player Settlements===
 
The vast majority of settlements in Pathfinder Online are founded and controlled by the game's players. <!-- Need some information here on how settlements are founded, how they interact with companies, and so forth. --> Unlike NPC settlements, which cannot be destroyed, player settlements are not permanent, though the mechanics for destroying them are not yet implemented in the game.
 
The vast majority of settlements in Pathfinder Online are founded and controlled by the game's players. <!-- Need some information here on how settlements are founded, how they interact with companies, and so forth. --> Unlike NPC settlements, which cannot be destroyed, player settlements are not permanent, though the mechanics for destroying them are not yet implemented in the game.
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==== Cleric & Fighter Settlements ====
 
==== Cleric & Fighter Settlements ====
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[[File:Settlement_Player_04_ClericFighter.png|150px|right]]
 
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Cleric & Fighter Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the [[Cleric]] and [[Fighter]] roles. Current Cleric & Wizard Settlements are as follows:
 
Cleric & Fighter Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the [[Cleric]] and [[Fighter]] roles. Current Cleric & Wizard Settlements are as follows:
  
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* [[Sunholm]]
 
* [[Sunholm]]
 
* [[Tavernhold]]
 
* [[Tavernhold]]
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==== Cleric & Rogue Settlements ====
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[[File:Settlement_Player_08_ClericRogue.png|150px|right]]
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Cleric & Rogue Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the [[Cleric]] and [[Rogue]] roles. Current Cleric & Rogue Settlements are as follows:
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* [[Auroral]]
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* [[Dagedai]]
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==== Cleric & Wizard Settlements ====
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[[File:Settlement_Player_06_ClericWizard.png|150px|right]]
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Cleric & Wizard Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the [[Cleric]] and [[Wizard]] roles. Current Cleric & Wizard Settlements are as follows:
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* [[Freevale]]
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==== Crafting Settlements ====
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[[File:Settlement_Player_05_Crafting.png|150px|right]]
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Crafting Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around [[crafting]] rather than combat roles. Crafting Settlements are the only Player Settlements with [[Auction House]]s. Current Crafting Settlements are as follows:
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* [[Alderwag]]
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* [[Arkhaven]]
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* [[Blackfeather Keep]]
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* [[Callambea]]
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* [[Canis Castrum]]
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* [[Guardheim]]
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* [[Hammerfall]]
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* [[Keeper's Pass]]
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* [[Kreuz Bernstein]]
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* [[New Daggermark]]
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* [[Talonguard]]
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==== Fighter & Rogue Settlements ====
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Fighter & Rogue Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the [[Fighter]] and [[Rogue]] roles. Current Fighter & Rogue Settlements are as follows:
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* [[Aragon]]
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* [[Terra Firma]]
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==== Fighter & Wizard Settlements ====
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[[File:Settlement_Player_09_FighterWizard.png|150px|right]]
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Fighter & Wizard Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the [[Fighter]] and [[Wizard]] roles. Current Fighter & Wizard Settlements are as follows:
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* [[Emerald Lodge]]
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* [[Golgotha]]
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* [[Hammerforge]]
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==== Rogue & Wizard Settlements ====
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[[File:Settlement_Player_03_RogueWizard.png|150px|right]]
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Rogue & Wizard Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the [[Rogue]] and [[Wizard]] roles. Current Rogue & Wizard Settlements are as follows:
  
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* [[Deadman's Glen]]
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* [[High Road]]
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* [[Hope's End]]
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* [[Iron Gauntlet]]
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* [[Phaeros]]
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* [[Stoneroot Glade]]
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Settlements will have hundreds of characters as members.  They can organize themselves in many different ways from dictatorships to pure democracies.  They can set certain policies and tax rates.  They can decide how to allocate various economic resources, and assign roles and responsibilities to characters who will act as managers of those resources.  Settlements will have relationships with other Settlements and with Companies, and will have the ability to establish certain laws within the territories they control. -->
 
Settlements will have hundreds of characters as members.  They can organize themselves in many different ways from dictatorships to pure democracies.  They can set certain policies and tax rates.  They can decide how to allocate various economic resources, and assign roles and responsibilities to characters who will act as managers of those resources.  Settlements will have relationships with other Settlements and with Companies, and will have the ability to establish certain laws within the territories they control. -->
  
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Revision as of 22:13, 4 January 2015

Settlements are the centerpiece of the game design in Pathfinder Online. Settlements are both a place—they are permanent collections of structures—and a social grouping of characters. Being a "member of a settlement" means that you are a part of the settlement's ownership and management. A character might be physically within the walls of a Settlement, and might even have storage there and be operating out of the Settlement, the character is not a "member of the settlement" unless that character is actually a part of the social structure system.

Alignment and Company Alliances

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Types of Settlements

In Pathfinder Online, there are many categories of settlements, based on who controls them (NPCs vs. players), what sorts of crafting and training facilities they offer, and whether or not they are starting locations for new characters.

NPC Settlements

NPC Settlements are those settlements controlled by non-player characters in the game. These settlements are generally static in their offerings and cannot be joined by companies or participate in events such as the War of Towers. NPC Settlements offer most training and crafting facilities as a general rule. The non-starter NPC settlement(s) in the game are:

Starter Settlements

Settlement NPC 01 Starter.png

This subset of NPC settlements are locations into which new characters spawn when they first enter Pathfinder Online. A character's starting settlement is determined randomly. In addition to basic training and crafting facilities, these settlements also offer a short series of training quests to get new players started and to teach the basics of movement, combat, feat training/slotting, and crafting. Starter settlements in the game are:

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Player Settlements

The vast majority of settlements in Pathfinder Online are founded and controlled by the game's players. Unlike NPC settlements, which cannot be destroyed, player settlements are not permanent, though the mechanics for destroying them are not yet implemented in the game.

Player settlements are defined by the training and crafting services they offer, falling into XXX basic archetypes. In all cases save one, each settlement archetype offers training and associated crafting for two roles (Cleric, Fighter, Rogue, and Wizard). The outlier from this formula are #Crafting Settlements, which offer no combat training but provide all crafting facilities and an Auction House. Because they offer different resources, the basic layout of each type of Player Settlement is slightly different.

Cleric & Fighter Settlements

Settlement Player 04 ClericFighter.png

Cleric & Fighter Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the Cleric and Fighter roles. Current Cleric & Wizard Settlements are as follows:

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Cleric & Rogue Settlements

Settlement Player 08 ClericRogue.png

Cleric & Rogue Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the Cleric and Rogue roles. Current Cleric & Rogue Settlements are as follows:

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Cleric & Wizard Settlements

Settlement Player 06 ClericWizard.png

Cleric & Wizard Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the Cleric and Wizard roles. Current Cleric & Wizard Settlements are as follows:

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Crafting Settlements

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Crafting Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around crafting rather than combat roles. Crafting Settlements are the only Player Settlements with Auction Houses. Current Crafting Settlements are as follows:

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Fighter & Rogue Settlements

Settlement Player 07 FighterRogue.png

Fighter & Rogue Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the Fighter and Rogue roles. Current Fighter & Rogue Settlements are as follows:

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Fighter & Wizard Settlements

Settlement Player 09 FighterWizard.png

Fighter & Wizard Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the Fighter and Wizard roles. Current Fighter & Wizard Settlements are as follows:

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Rogue & Wizard Settlements

Settlement Player 03 RogueWizard.png

Rogue & Wizard Settlements are Player Settlements that focus their training and crafting resources around the Rogue and Wizard roles. Current Rogue & Wizard Settlements are as follows:

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