some Old School players only need to see the world burn |

Posted: 6/21/2019 - 0 comment(s) [ Comment ]
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For all the memes, the Justicar armor fiasco is a great example of the benefits of a player-inclusive strategy, especially for the MMO. Sure, some Old School players only need to see the world burn, but the majority genuinely wish to help improve the game. In this case, they were not happy, they offered ideas, and since Jagex acted on them, everybody is getting a much better raid.


"I think players enjoy when they have a say and if their voice is in fact acted upon," West says. "It gives them more power to form their match, which I am all for. Being recognized that way by the devs is fantastic, it brings the community to the dev side. ... A lot of comments were questioning how it feels to be an artist getting so much frank criticism, and that I feel like that is the things that you learn from. If you're likely to ignore negative criticism, you may also dismiss all criticism. The word"noob" comes from the word"newbie", meaning fresh and inexperienced but Runescape gave it a negative spiritby which makes noob just a phrase intended to separate the players who are not great or simply to taunt other Runescapers. Being called a noob does not necessarily signify that you are one, but if you discover a pattern or fail to do matters talked about in this guide, then... I am sorry my friend, but you are a n00b.


Do not lose confidence or do not get frustrated, this guide is here to help out and stop.more in:

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