Some Witching Hour new ideas

Hello, hello. I think we need to change some things around here. Some small and some big. And players need to do their part as well instead of being quiet as a mine. Given that in a few months we will get the winter update, these changes will be needed. And this gives me a reason to say some things.

These are just some personal opinions I have. I want to make that clear. :P

Witching Hour Ideas

So, I have been hearing this in the past, and currently. There is always one bad apple in a guild that rots the rest. However, sometimes that may not be the case, and I want to try a new system.

Is player racist/a problem / an issue? And did you receive more than 1 report about them from more than one member? (if yes) → Give no warning → Watch to see for proof or reports hold any weight (if caught in act and proof has weight) → talk with admins and think well or take action.

(if no)

take no action as there is smoke but no fire. (watch to see if anything changes)

I feel this may be somewhat a better way of handling reports from other players since acting too soon can cause some people to feel the witching hour is not a place they can be without someone being on their case.

But have to remember that players and some people are more sensitive to being told to do something or being warned, and may end up leaving without a word.

Guild Reports

I feel with reports we have to set up a system since users are told to report something that could be a problem. I feel while it may not be a rule, I think giving an update to the whole “report bad activity”

Something like this.

Is someone doing something bad? Does anyone else feel the same as you? You may report to the mods/admins. Do not report for someone else. If people have an issue, they can come forth with their reports

It is nice that users like to speak up for others but it is better that each user come with their report rather than one person as that can seem like one person making up stuff, it can make some things clear and will have more than one person.

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