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GAMEVIL USA Forum Code of Conduct:

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8. Players found to be posting unapproved, unannounced, or unofficial content based on speculation is subject to deletion, or temporary account suspension. Action taken is based on severity of infraction. This includes speculated future content notes taken from any other site that isn't GAMEVIL USA, unannounced coupon codes, or third party fan sites that may feature potentially leaked content.

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  • Daily Fair Evaluation quest

    I understand wanting to get information for each hero accumulated and engaging the community to do it, but the "Fair Evaluation" daily quest has become it's own worst enemy. All of the heros are full of single word gibberish now because everybody HAS to enter something on some hero somewhere even if they already have before. I suggest changing it to a Weekly quest requiring only one or two reviews required to complete it.

    This seems like a simple change to a broken game mechanic that forces all players to participate in filling an otherwise useful feature with daily keyboard diarrhea. Thoughts?

    Badmojo
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  • #2
    Personally I think the quest should be removed entirely. Even if you are only forced to do it once or twice a week the majority of players will still post garbage. Leaving it optional increases the chances of finding meaningful, and thoughtful feedback.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Crjans2 View Post
      Personally I think the quest should be removed entirely. Even if you are only forced to do it once or twice a week the majority of players will still post garbage. Leaving it optional increases the chances of finding meaningful, and thoughtful feedback.
      I agree with you, I used to see good reviews before but since it was made as quest it went downhill. Everyone is commenting for the sake of completing a quest than giving a good review.

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      • #4
        ^

        This.

        I totally agree with you guys. It defeats the purpose and just clogs the message board.

        Thanks for the feedback!

        - McBeardus

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