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Posted Oct 17, '12 at 3:10pm

TDOG422

TDOG422

529 posts

@killersup10

I'm not new...I remember playing that clan war game in the forums however long ago. I'm not a veteran, but I'm not new either. And I know how to insult someone and still staying within the Armor Games rules, but I didn't. And BTW

YoUr MeAn!

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Posted Oct 17, '12 at 4:40pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

10,003 posts

Sal, pickpocket, pang, etc, are far from stupid, I like those guys


Whoa O.o I was noticed! (calm the excitement down pang...don't scream like a lil girl)

We could remake the Forum Digest that Fst6 and Pazx ran again, feature different active users, make them aware that they are important and acknowledged


This used to be a thing?? Man..just more to the list of awesome things I missed out on by beginning to become active so late

In fact, they've always been dumb but things just aren't the same.


Because before..it was dumb and active! Now..it is dumb and empty

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I will say...there is at least one good thing coming from the lower number of people in the forums...familiarity (at least..in my opinion)

In a lot of other forums (with many active user) across the interwebs...I've noticed that the post count of a person doesn't really matter to another user (while here in AG...you can get a good general idea about a user from his post count. People with higher posts tend to make posts of higher quality and usually much larger posts...people with low posts usually..do not)...and usually there isn't much recognition between users (while here in AG, you can notice the difference in how a person replies to pupolar user than to any other user...also here in AG some users have certain recognizable traits about them [MrDayCee and his joyfulness and emoticon usage, Patrick2011 and his seriousness, Killersup and his 3rd person, Maverick4 and his arrogance, etc] that is noticed by many other users, while in other forums they are over looked, because the user is usually overlooked)

Even though it'd be great to get more people in here...at the same time it is nice to come to a place where you recognize people

Tis be just my opinion, however

tl;dr - I like the fact that I know who is who
 

Posted Oct 18, '12 at 8:11pm

knight_34

knight_34

14,235 posts

Hmm.. There were few problems with familiarity before, even with the high levels of activity. The same 50-100 users were keeping the forums afloat; dunno how high that number is today. I'll probably get out a list of people when I get back home just to reinforce my point.

In a lot of other forums (with many active user) across the interwebs...I've noticed that the post count of a person doesn't really matter to another user (while here in AG...you can get a good general idea about a user from his post count. People with higher posts tend to make posts of higher quality and usually much larger posts...people with low posts usually..do not)...and usually there isn't much recognition between users (while here in AG, you can notice the difference in how a person replies to pupolar user than to any other user...also here in AG some users have certain recognizable traits about them [MrDayCee and his joyfulness and emoticon usage, Patrick2011 and his seriousness, Killersup and his 3rd person, Maverick4 and his arrogance, etc] that is noticed by many other users, while in other forums they are over looked, because the user is usually overlooked)


Old AG was exactly the same, just with much more activity and more people.
 

Posted Oct 18, '12 at 9:15pm

Ernie15

Ernie15

13,423 posts

Knight

people with low posts usually..do not


And when someone with a low post count comes along and starts posting great quality messages, people get suspicious. They'll start to wonder why this supposed newbie is posting more intricate responses than they are, and then they'll subconsciously jump to strange and improbable conclusions.

Or maybe that's just my reaction.
 

Posted Oct 18, '12 at 9:19pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

4,299 posts

And when someone with a low post count comes along and starts posting great quality messages, people get suspicious. They'll start to wonder why this supposed newbie is posting more intricate responses than they are, and then they'll subconsciously jump to strange and improbable conclusions.


Like when I came along. I had people talk about how I was anti-staff and hated AG. >_>
 

Posted Oct 18, '12 at 9:41pm

skydragon720

skydragon720

348 posts

And when someone with a low post count comes along and starts posting great quality messages, people get suspicious. They'll start to wonder why this supposed newbie is posting more intricate responses than they are, and then they'll subconsciously jump to strange and improbable conclusions.

Well, I was just wondering, how good are my posts? What do you guys think on a scale from one to ten.

 

Posted Oct 18, '12 at 9:45pm

skydragon720

skydragon720

348 posts

tl;dr - I like the fact that I know who is who

Well, I know double-posting is frowned upon in this society, but I feel out o' the loop. What does

tl;dr
mean? I see it everywhere, and i do not know what it means.
 

Posted Oct 18, '12 at 9:50pm

Salvidian

Salvidian

4,299 posts

Well, I was just wondering, how good are my posts? What do you guys think on a scale from one to ten.


I'd say 5. Before you beat yourself up, 5 is pretty good considering the amount of idiotic noobs around. You could explain this a little bit more, and your posts don't always contribute to the topic. You seem to be kind of distracted easily and go off and other things weren't mentioned, which doesn't help anyone. You could try and see if you can extend your posts to about a paragraph in length, because if you lengthen something, you're prone to adding important details you may have forgotten if you would have kept it short.

Well, I know double-posting is frowned upon in this society, but I feel out o' the loop. What does

tl;dr

mean? I see it everywhere, and i do not know what it means.


Too long; didn't read. It's basically taking the entire post and summing it up into a short sentence.
 

Posted Oct 18, '12 at 9:57pm

knight_34

knight_34

14,235 posts

And when someone with a low post count comes along and starts posting great quality messages, people get suspicious. They'll start to wonder why this supposed newbie is posting more intricate responses than they are, and then they'll subconsciously jump to strange and improbable conclusions.

Or maybe that's just my reaction.


Given your weariness, it isn't unreasonable to do that...even if it is a tad bit xenophobic. An unfortunate side effect of our isolationist community.
 
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