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So apparently people should play with a singleplayer game

  • So apparently people should play with a singleplayer game and never talk to anyone because everything is on the wiki and there is no justification for creating conversations. Of OSRS Gold course public chat is so dead relative to 10 years back and people talk more about politics than about Runescape, because politics is based on opinion and not on the wiki. I get it. The wiki did not exist for a lot of players. When I originally began (then stop, then moved to OSRS decades later) we didn't have a wiki. There was sals forums and later on runehq iirc (hazy timeline, I was like 9), each of which were great resources but nowhere close in depth as the wiki is. It's actually only a case of"I heard Runescape the hard way, you can too" imo.

    Nobody wants to be bombarded with questions that are idiotic and I am sure the men and women who sit on this sub refreshing by fresh feel that way. I really don't think I have played Runescape with all the wiki closed in ages. While afking some shit, if I am not pvming I reading webpages. It stinks that I'd rather read the wiki than talk while skilling however I don't lose sleep over it.

    There's two issues. New players making fundamental question's about Runescape, subsequently getting downvoted with no answer. The solution is that the Weekly Megathread that I think solves the dilemma of gathering everyone with Fundamental Questions into one place (you know those replies already). However, I don't believe in the Subreddit users, I believe just a couple of them will redirect those new users into the Megathreadothers will only answer their questions, while others will still downvote them (which will be the problem this post focused on, as fas as I'm aware).

    Redirecting OSRS players into the suitable subreddit. The solution will be to produce a rule or bot (similar to the"Ninja Request" one) that shows people the other Subreddit available for them to produce the question. However, users make a good job already by redirecting those people there, and there's the Subreddit link on the bannerads, under Partner Subreddits, there. However they are nevertheless downvoted by them. Both the Downvotes here, and the majority of users are like the ISR, there. You can't remark anything remotely constructive since they are already biting your foot.

    From the OSRS and pathofexile subreddit that I common not every small question has asked in the megathread, some people today continue to make their own threads asking themand over the years I have barely ever seen anybody even mention that, they simply reply it as usual. No need for every question to be diverted to it, but not everyone that has a question wants to make their own thread. Perhaps it's that the issue, maybe they just think it does not justify you, not sure where most of Buy RuneScape 2007 Gold them endure but I have read about a few reasons. My train of thought is that when a new participant sees a megathread that is stickied they feel welcome because there's a place created to do so to inquire things. I see it as the distinction between someone welcoming you vs welcoming you.