Asking for individuals favourite games, place of residence from Skyzhay's blog

In addition, I wish I understood OSRS GP anything about your parent firm MacArthur. They are a ghost at the internet. Furthermore, the only thing I really do understand is that Jagex has given up on every match they've ever tried to make outside of RuneScape. What the fuck did they do with MechScape/Stellar Dawn. Next was the question about prioritizing what I think you must come out with to keep me as a paying member. There was no choice for updating skills or stating I don't want you to focus on some of those options in any way. Finally for the question,"what would you consider customer support?" An option should really be,"What customer service?"

With the direction this poll is trying to drag people's remarks, I am very, very, very afraid. Repeatable quests, HD customers, once more trying to push new skills, etc.. Questions about how polling content functions in particular is frightening, provided Jagex's current penchant for just forcing content which has failed multiple surveys through as ethics updates.

Not to mention: Asking for individuals favourite games, place of residence, occupation status, and even their contact number is very inappropriate for this kind of survey. Appears nakedly like an attempt for gathering marketing data available. Editing this in now that I think about it The more I consider the telephone number bit, the slimier it feels to be honest. Most of us know fully damn well that Jagex isn't going to call anybody who answers this poll. Leading people to give their personal information to a survey under the guise of"Wow you're so smart, maybe we will call you for your opinions on forthcoming stuff!" Is totally disgusting, and if anything else, I did not react extreme enough.

The major answer I gave in this survey I wish to get around: The last decision on any material ought to be produced with BOTH the neighborhood AND Jagex working together to produce content that's really worth adding to Runescape. Players have proven they'll vote yes to some fairly absurd shit (See the Tome debacle) where Jagex should intervene and understand that asking was a mistake, even while Jagex has also demonstrated when they forge ahead in their own it doesn't work out well for us either. Trying to frame this query since a either/or is leaving out a huge amount of nuance in the problem, which is something which applies to numerous issues discussed in the poll.

This survey provides me the vibes which you guys really need to get known to your communication with your community, and that you're well knowledgeable of the gaming world about you. Neither of them are particularly correct. Jagex"communicates" with their neighborhood more than a number of other games, but not nearly the maximum, particularly when you don't count surveys that are crampacked full of voting biasing problems, questions which shouldn't be asked, and (what seems like) intentional misinformation or lack of crucial information needed to make an informed decision.

You're very fearful of buy rs3 gold repeatable quests and OSRS HD that will both be discretionary and that will not impact you at all in any way, nor will influence Runescape for you because one is cosmetic and another will not offer rewards? This kind of overreaction makes it difficult to choose what you are saying seriously. And new abilities - those items that a sizable majority of players want, but maybe not quite 75% in any particular instance - yes, really Jagex are ignoring their whole player-base here. Do not overlook the large number of people that spite vote against pvp updates simply because they do not enjoy the community. Unpolled changes are fine if that's the situation.

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