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It's older, returning players that ask questions we treat poorly. Unless they are asking about the state of Runescape(which implies they are not invested in Runescape again nonetheless ), normally we bad mouth them about how they might possibly be requesting whatever it is they are asking. The neighborhood is really smart. If somebody is uninvested in Runescape, everyone is full support towards them. If they spent, no one actually cares.

So, I tardy into the celebration and I apologize for this. I do think using a query thread would be beneficial in the long run. However, it's more a matter of managing what the topics are. Since we could only have two at a time which is a massive bummer. I replied to someone sooner agreeing that we could start creating a weekly post which links to news/update posts are added as the week goes on and they are published to Runescape's website. And that proposal and I handed on to the rest of the group. What we're doing now is a matter of,"What exactly do we believe has to be viewed the many?" Having it on one single post and upgraded could help solve that matter. Even if it's only temporary, it is better to have something than nothing.

It has troubled me several times since I switched from OSRS. I thought the OSRS Reddit community was s****y but at least if I posted a question (if it be in a ribbon or it's own thread) folks would not make me feel as if I'm doing something unpleasant. I have always seen the downvote button like a relevancy indicator, and just really downvote stuff if it is wildly off topic. It seems like this sub just likes to downvote individuals for being new, I can't say I understand it, but I don't really give a s**t anymore. Should my queries maintain neutral karma? Definitely, they're just queries. Nothing inherently negative or positive about them. Do they? No, but occasionally they even back out to neutral after first getting several downvotes (seems some people are aware that downvoted questions get suppressed and attempt to bring them back up). It should not be like that.

It was a bizarre transition as it had been, switching to eoc. My friend convinced me to change over I maxed and got bored of OSRS, after. We're buds irl and he told his clan about me contemplating switching, they have a 2.4k total restriction but they knew who I was so when I finally switched over they ranked me at the clan straight off tut island and everyone was super welcoming and awesome, then I came here and felt just like I was kinda being educated"f**k away noob." Glad I did not, Runescape is superb. This sub wants work, but there are definitely a ton of really great helpful people who have been at it for quite a while, they deserve some credit too.

If the answers which are easily found on the wiki obtained downvoted I'd like to add, it'd make some sense. I also feel bizarre even talking about downvotes, isn't there like an unwritten rule about not doing that? I feel like the entire hostility to questions thing is another symptom of efficiencyscape, except instead of criticizing people for training abilities inefficiently, it is criticizing people for seeking replies inefficiently. Only the most effective method (studying wiki) is allowed, everything is incorrect, even though asking different players will nonetheless provide an answer.

So people should play with a singleplayer game and never talk to anyone because everything is on the wiki and there's no justification for making talks. No wonder public chat is so dead relative to 10 years ago and folks speak more about politics than about Runescape, because politics is based on view rather than about the wiki. I get it. The wiki did not exist for a whole lot of players. When I originally began (then quit, then moved to OSRS decades later) we didn't have a wiki. It's really just a case of"I learned Runescape the hard way, you can also" imo.


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