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What happened to the Ammo Market (Golden Rainbow)

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Leen Dierts (White Giant)

Tuesday, February 24, 2009 - 11:56 pm Click here to edit this post
Active member since: February 28 2003
-seen manny, manny undocumented, unannounced tweakes, gamechanges before,
-seen this frustration before,
-seen players leave, out of this frustration, manny good experienced players who gave there advise, offered to help building improvements et cetera
-seen players being "removed" when they started things like war-actions against noobs, or other things to frustrate the game, or when their tone-of-voice became to annoying to the gamemaster

True, i am not very active. And maybe i am beyond frustration, in a sort of numb state. Gamerulechanges don't touch me.

But when i see friends and other veteran players expressing these frustration i can feel with them. You are right to complain. Take action to get the gamemasters attention!

W3C should be very happy to see that there (still) are some custommers that bother to complain. It shows commitment. Where are all those active participating contributing members?

Somehow W3C is not able to communicate with those players that could contribute to improvements of the game.

There is one other huge problem, that is not W3C to blame, but an issue for them to direct. That is how to get consensus/common agreement about gamechanges/improvements. We have the forum and the voting-system, but 20 votes of noobs against one vote of an experienced player leads to a bad game-improvement. Other important discussions can be between two groups of serious players. How to get a good idea implemented when some powerfull/active players have different ideas? How to prevent bullying or insults, and how to have a normal discussion?

Patience and respect
Leen

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