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 CatR
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  • 20 Jul '19
 CatR

How will the chat filter affect enforcing rule 3 of the official server rules?

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  • 10 Jul '19
 CatR

Aint no such thing as a "humble declarative statement", Corsario.

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  • 10 Jul '19
 CatR

@link_mah_boi said:

@CatR said:
(the cowardly lion)

Yoshi's Island was a milestone in the 2d platforming genre that Nintendo has never managed to live up to since.

Why on earth are you talking about Yoshi's Island..?

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  • 10 Jul '19
 CatR

I opened the game today and I saw the dread beast: GIRLS. Needless to say I screamed in terror (in a manly way) and immediately turned the game off. But it was too late! The girls were already crawling out of my hard drive, climbing out of unused USB ports. I tried to run but one said "Can you stop acting like a child?" and it froze me in my steps through some unholy magic.

What happened next I can not tell. But it ended in me dying. Now I haunt this forum from the future to ward off those foolish, those perilous enough, to dare face the might of the estrogen. Freud warned us and we didn't listen...

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  • 8 Jul '19
 CatR

This is like that Flintstones episode where they accuse Fred of being square!

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  • 6 Jul '19
 CatR

Normal people, they've had majority rule for TOO long I say! No one looks out for mino-Wait.

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  • 6 Jul '19
 CatR

The head is the weakest point of your body, thus the helmet costs the most in terms of speed because you are gaining the most protection per point spent. The second weakest part of your body is your chest, which is why torso pieces are the second most penalizing to wear, because you gain the most effective HP compared to a helmet. Since legs are the strongest part of your body the armour is the least effective for the point value, you are compensated with that you aren't notably penalized for wearing it.

Simple math.

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  • 5 Jul '19
 CatR

Lilboots captures my sentiment exactly. There's a pretty serious case of actions not matching words around here, and it really makes you wonder why.

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  • 3 Jul '19
 CatR

@TheKingInTheNorth said:
Rampant toxicity has been a problem and, for quite some time, even actively allowed on the forums. The biggest criticism I have is that you didn't seem to care then since there were an insignificant amount of people, even when warned about the bad PR this would inevitably cause. But I'm glad you released this statement and I just praise Jebus every day that the media haven't found certain threads that will not be named here yet.

Perhaps it would be fair to say that while words are nice there is a significant lack of action. Rectifying a PR disaster is all well and good, but these discussions are in the end all hypothetical. Nothing of what is described above even exists yet, possibly never will. But the community is very much real and I think in the end being 'spread thin' is a valid reason to have a slow turnover rate, but it is not a valid reason to be tight-lipped about what the plan is.

There seems to be no adequate reason why basic moderation efforts can't be increased, at the very least, on the forums. Moderation is hard, but moderators are free. There is really nothing in the way of making the forums, discord, and other social media platforms have heightened standards even if the in-game solution is further away.

Transparency, etcetera etcetera.

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  • 3 Jul '19
 CatR

Very nice to hear. Is there an ETA on improving these standards, or possibly an intent to acquire more volunteer moderators?