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Random thoughts from the pit.

Just some random thoughts from a pod pilot wandering the systems of New Eden, the streets of Paragon City, and the islands in the Rogue Isles and now featuring - Darkfall. Nothing overly exciting, just day-to-day living and loving.

Author: damian7

Making suggestions - Darkfall.

Posted by damian7 Saturday May 16 2009 at 11:20AM
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The Darkfall suggestion forum description reads as follows:

This forum area should be used to discuss suggestions for how we can improve the gameplay and experience of Darkfall. Please do not post exploits or bugs here with the intention of having them fixed.

Now, there is a sticky which reads "Moderator Approval"

Brannoc
Community Manager

Join Date: Aug 2001 Moderator approval

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As of April 10th when a new thread is created in this section it must be approved by a moderator before it will be visible.

Approval is in no way endorsement by Aventurine of a suggestion.

 

 

In order to MAKE a suggestion, it has to be approved.  I, and others, have submitted various suggestions for fixing problems with sieges (as a single example).  I have yet to see any of those suggestions posted.

 

Why would you need moderator approval, in order to post a suggestion?  The role of the moderator here, I would assume is to do away with endless spam.  i.e. suggestions to shove things into random orifices, suggestions to go to porn sites, et cetera.  I would also assume that any actual suggestion to improve the game, would simply be posted.

These assumptions, seem to be ...  wrong.

Rezeyu writes:

Although I don't really approve of their system, it's more than likely due to trying to limit bad press of a certain feature (which always fails), or to help avoid duplicates.

If muliple people are saying X feature is broken, there's no need to approve them, since they already know, or whatever.

Sat May 16 2009 1:46PM Report

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