Today one of my assistants tried to recruit a new server member into Boston, and in doing so was met with beratement towards my town in global chat. Everyone used to call my town Boxton back in preRetro because I didn't put enough effort into making pre-builts and instead built simple stone towers. However, I have tried in Retro to build a nicer, more detailed and more accurate depiction of IRL Boston. People have called Boston "Boxton" again however most do this in a joking fashion. However it irks me when people say my town is Boxton or reach towards that implication in a serious manner. When my assistant tried to recruit said new member, staff members of Brimwood quickly berated Boston, making fun of my builds (calling them boxes) and speak in a tone that mimicks childish bullying you see in Elementary School (my x is better than your y). They also threaten war against my town, and act in a harassing manner (another thing I would like to mention: as proof of the "my town is better than yours" mentality, my members are called Neanderthals). However, today wasn't an isolated incident. About 10 days ago the staff of Brimwood again berated my builds by calling them "hollow shell tall buildings." I am almost certain that this is rooted in jealousy and the staff of Brimwood treat town recruitment and population as a vicious competition and will cross over red lines in order to recruit a Roamer. I did not write a forum post about that incident 10 days ago. I wanted to talk it out with mrrock in hopes that he would stop berating my town (to which he apologized). However, seeing that the apology was empty I was implored to make this post in hopes that the staff of Brimwood will stop berating my town over a roamer. In the first screenshot is the incident which took place today. I was not on at the time, however the person in question originally joined my town and then left to join Cayman. In the second screenshot, I was also not on however instead about being recruitment this seems to involve the metrics in decided who has a better town.