What happens if you are part of a corp and your subscription ends, and you renew it later? Are you still part of the corp of what? --- Youre the one who finished him, sounds like you did the sucking. -MKskarletMK
Logical_HamsterPosted 5/6/2012 7:30:42 PM
If its an NPC corp, then yes. If its a player corp, depends on whether or not they boot you due to inactivity. --- Logical hamster is illogical.
tuffguy34Posted 5/6/2012 10:36:26 PM(edited)
From: Logical_Hamster | #002 If its an NPC corp, then yes. If its a player corp, depends on whether or not they boot you due to inactivity.
Most corps that aren't terrible go through regular purges of inactive players especially prior to recruitment drives. Granted after a certain point one kind of wonders how many active players are actually in GSF and TEST --- |WoT| http://eve-kill.net/sig.php/563518/default/signature.jpg
reaver894Posted 5/8/2012 6:42:06 AM
some corps may keep inactive members due to issues surrounding corp shares. --- I refuse to buy a Wii until it has a game that uses a Fleshlight as an attachment! GamerTag: reaver894
tuffguy34Posted 5/8/2012 10:04:26 AM
From: reaver894 | #004 some corps may keep inactive members due to issues surrounding corp shares.
I have corp shares in an old corp I was in. It's amusing to be able to vote on things when you aren't in the corp anymore.
Shares are a pretty dumb idea in practice I think. It seems like there should be a better way of voting. --- |WoT| http://eve-kill.net/sig.php/563518/default/signature.jpg
KavenryPosted 5/8/2012 3:23:34 PM
You don't have to have shares to vote as long as you're in the corp. And most corps do not give out shares for the reason that non-members that are shareholders can vote.
Shares are, essentially, useless. --- the darkness is coming
Harvstr0fSorrowPosted 5/8/2012 3:40:27 PM
i still have 4000 shares in lowball --- SLAM JAM BAM BABY!