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Video games are especially known for giving players the ability to do things they could never really do in meatspace. Thanks to Age of Wushu
, you can now add kidnapping to the list of dragon-slaying, spell-casting, and other things you (hopefully) don’t do in real life. A recent news post
details the mechanics of kidnapping offline players and selling them for profit.
When players go offline in Age of Wushu, their characters become NPCs, and those NPCs are ripe for the kidnapping. Nefarious players can attempt to knock out, kidnap, and even sell offline players. While conducting these slimy activities, players will be clearly marked for the Scumbag Steves that they are, which makes them target for both heroic players and other kidnappers. Check out the link below for full details on the mechanic or skip below the cut for a video.
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