This is how I thought it would be, and how I think it SHOULD be from the start. …
You know, this whole color-scarcity, “My color is rare, I want 2000c or more per BLOCK because it doesn’t exist anywhere” sort of mentality this community has wouldn’t be a thing if certain features would work as they were originally advertised to work, and not be super-limited on what blocks it can be used on. *cough*SPRAYS*cough* … Ahem. …
If I cannot pick the colors then I will not be renting. Why would I pay real money for a planet where I hate the colors? In fact if I got a planet like beckon where it rained 7x24 I would also not be happy. If there is not going to be any control on what a planet looks like color and biome wise, then I unless there is some other reason I cannot think of, I will not be renting a planet.
If I cannot control all access and not just plotting permissions then again, what is the point? Do I really want to have players coming through a portal and constantly tearing up the landscape for the wood or dirt or ash or whatever other blocks might be near my build? Why did I pay for it if other players can trash it?
I cannot fathom that there would not be some control over selecting the tier. But if I could not then I would not rent a planet.
That’s what I want - whatever rented world I pay for to follow the rules. So it gets a palette typical for that tier and type of world (colors are then assigned randomly - still, looking at how this random factor works, the permanent worlds get quite narrow range of colors, as a lot of other colors are reserved for exo worlds and then gleambow allows to get some really rare colors not covered by exo and permanent palettes).
So what happens if the player base grows and then a color someone wanted appears on a new planet? So they rented a planet, invested all the time into building, but had wanted a color that some players in the community was against calling it P2W and now the color appears? I would be more than a little angry.
If this is how the developers think it should work, and not the community then fine. I cannot see me renting a planet and I know a few others in my guild feel the same, so maybe we wait until we can create our own universe and eliminate this rule and invite other like minded players to play there.
On backer list there were listed visitation and living rights on developer planet. So I expect planets have own permission settings for both of those. But there wasn’t reading anywhere is that planet going to be working with normal rules