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  1. So tonight I encountered an something that really bugged me a bit. I sent in a modreq to expand an existing and developed region and provided one corner as the modreq location and the other as coordinates in the modreq message. They were also denoted by 3 light blue wool blocks. I recieved a message saying that I needed to define the expansion with a border outline. I have never been required to provide a full border outline in order to expand my claim. As such I disputed it but ended up building the border and getting my expansion before getting into a discussion with the mod who handled my request about the policy regarding borders. I can understand some issues that come with borders, such as increased risk of overlap or excessive claims of undeveloped land. My issue: My land claim already exists and has a rapidly expanding development, and is significantly isolated from other developments. My proposed solution: Users wishing to claim land to build on should provide a border to outline their original claim. Users wishing to expand land claims that are developed should be permitted to provide corners around their development and the land they wish to expand onto. If a moderator deems this to be inappropriate, they can ask the user to provide a border to define the expansion of their land claim. Otherwise, the claim should be expanded using the corner definitions. I think the policy should be changed to this. Though, this is here for public scrutiny. Thanks!
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