Not sure if blues will be reading class forums
I’m not sure about addressing movement speed specifically, but we have identified the Garg build as one that might need a little attention (especially because there’s a lot of community love for it). No one patch will ever be an end-all, be-all fix for any particular class’ concerns, and it might take us more than one patch to address over time.
We’re reading feedback, listening to conversations in the overall community, watching streams and videos, and, well, playing the game ourselves. We might not be able to reply to every concern. But we will try to acknowledge and participate in these conversations when we can.
I’ve been reading up on the new forum functionality a plan on giving the sticky a face lift.
Feel free to re-log and have at it. I’ve given you TL3 to help get Demon Hunters kickstarted.
It takes me a while to review all the requests (and because it’s a lot of trust to give, I’m being thorough before I change anyone’s permissions), so I’m trying to just snag a few different folks when I can to help each forum get their stride going.
IMHO - the stickies need to be turned into Wikis so that we all can maintain them.
That’s the goal eventually. I’m being a bit careful about the amount of TL3’s being automatically bumped because it can cause some weirdness with tracking. For now, I’m looking at folks who (1) were high contributors on the previous forums, (2) had largely positive/constructive interactions with the community, (3) had few, if any, account actions, and (4) are now active on the new forums.
That’s a lot for me to review on a case-by-case basis, so I appreciate you all bearing with me while I’m juggling getting that all set up on top of my other usual community management duties.WordMaster:
I have been trying to move the Necromancer and Crusader stickies from the old forums to the new ones, but due to the new social system I’m not yet able to make posts with links. Hopefully, that will change soon.
It has! I reviewed your request and account today and issued you TL2. That should allow you to get started for now. Make sure to log out/back in to make sure your new permissions are available. Happy posting!
Looks like Horadric Hamburger is for dinner tonight 🍔
I get the desire for wanting to talk about something you’re excited about, but others aren’t. I absolutely encourage you to do so in a manner that’s constructive and positive. I’m also happy to ensure those conversations remain constructive and positive, because everyone deserves a chance to share the things they’re excited about without being attacked for it. Trolling of any kind, regardless of the subject matter, won’t be tolerated.
However, coming out swinging isn’t going to sway opinions (at least, not in the way you’re hoping). Please reflect on that, review the Code of Conduct, and consider the best way to approach this topic in the future.
Anyway if you see this Nev, does this mean you will be more active with us console players?
That’s certainly the intent. To be as active as I can be in as many places as possible.
I mentioned this elsewhere, but it’s more likely I’ll be more active closer to PTRs and Patch Cycles (when we have the greatest agility to take action on feedback, bug reports, and the like), and more conversational/occasional at other times, based on juggling my other work tasks. Just to set expectations.EddieLMT:
We cannot @names apparently, and we are severely locked down on these forums compared to those with PC access just like on the old forums.
This is because of spam protection rules. There are a select number of forums that don’t require a PC license to post in, which is validation that we can check for on the forums. This is necessary for the Console forums, since it’s a platform where we don’t have a way to sync your proof of ownership as a spam protection measure.
I’m actually not 100% certain how the Trust Level system is impacted by the difference between licenses required to post, but I do believe you’ll gain access to more features as your Trust Level increases. It’s just a bit more restricted in the open forums because they are more susceptible to spam bots.
We can’t flag them, though.
That just means I can’t be a country. No flag, no country.
Is that a power I should have at TL3 or should I contact you direct for getting threads pinned?
Pinning threads requires being a moderator, unfortunately. Feel free (teehee) to reach out to me anytime you need assistance.
Context is, indeed, everything. Posting something just to get a rise out of people, moderators or other forum posters alike, is pretty much one of the clearest definitions of trolling and will be handled as such.
If something makes you uncomfortable or casts doubt whether or not you think you’ll be misinterpreted, don’t do it. If you believe you’ve been erroneously actioned for something another person reports and misinterprets, you can contest any account action through Customer Support.
The forums aren’t the place to have this discussion, per our Forum Guidelines.
Telling people not to do something on a forum will inevitably result in multiple people doing exactly that because there’s no reason not to.
There is plenty of reason not to - if a post violates the Code of Conduct or our posting guidelines, appropriate action will be taken, resulting in a loss of posting privileges (either temporary or permanent).
Players are welcome to post and share their ideas. Death threats of any kind, even “in jest,” are not appropriate. Tearing down other people and actively being antagonistic is also not appropriate (and considered trolling). It’s okay to disagree with people, but try to provide reasons why you disagree and do so in a respectful manner.
I highly recommend reviewing the Code of Conduct and Forum Guidelines before posting again, as others have called out in this thread already.