VocalThought.9835 Posted June 9, 2019 Share Posted June 9, 2019 After reading several theory crafting post, I feel that most commenters fit in three major categories. Now of course we have trolls and others but many people fit into either of these three :Pessimist Perfectionist: Commenters that deny further ideas because the game is not perfect and believes that until then, anything new would further ruin it. They want to improve what we have!Practical Dreamer: Commenters that tend to come up with ideas or make comments of things that they would love to see, but fitting into current structure of the game. They want to create newness expand their ideas within the current rules of the game.Farfetched Realist: Commenters that comes up with ideas outside of it's current scope or lay out for the game, but technically the concepts aren't impossible. They want to innovate and expand the minds of what could be possible, driving the game to the next level. I see the benefit in each one, but a lot of pointless arguments go on and on simply because people have different philosophies on the game, and there's little constructive feedback during the conversation. I feel that once people recognize the intent of the comment, it would decrease arguments and expand upon productive conversation between like minded individuals.It makes no sense for someone who's purely focused on improving the current quality of the game to argue on what the game should do for their next expansion, nor comment on new ideas, because nothing will be gained from such conversations.So what would you consider yourself to be and what suggestions would you have for the game?I also add that if you want to comment on someone else's idea try to stick with those that fit in your category, unless your willing to step out of your box and give constructive feedback. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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