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Peasant

This is just random.


How about a "mood" button. Not really a button, but.... well, here's the idea.

In your account, there's a mood button. When you click it, pick the mood you are feeling, and people will see it, if it's happy, sad, or angry. It'll be cool.

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escartian
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As has been said...bad idea
This would just be plain annoying and would take time from the site developers to make something USEFUL (scary when it is bold is it not?)

Freakenstein
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Mood? If you're good enough, you can figure out how someone feels by the tone of their posts and, even more conspicuous, if they include emoticons, aka emotions. I myself just came out of Psychology 101 after a grueling mid-term exam :S

XxStormxX
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No offence, but it is a games website... I don't think many would be interested in other people's emotions.

robowarrior
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I also think something like that seems kind of useless. plus, I don't think that everybody goes to their account before playing a new game or something. I know I don't.

Derchak
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I personally don't think its such a great idea because to do such a thing then we would definatily be leaning toward "social network site" instead of "flash gaming site v.3"

holt24
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I could care less if we had them or not. Besides everyone knows I am alaways happy.

ArmorL3gend
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I agree with MrDayCee who said:

This would lean towards a 'social based website' too much if you ask me, besides...
...you can always use an emoticon for your current mood!


Anyway, I use emoticons to show my "mood"
Joe96
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You know, that would be really cool. There could be one on your profile (like an icon), ones you could put in forum posts/ comments, or even codes for them (ex: :@#) =a smiley face)

SirNoobalot
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i'm leaning more towards a smiley( emoticon >.&gt next to the username, or under it better yet.

and i must agree, some of these features remind me more of facebook n myspace than a flash site D:

cormyn
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We're going to have enough customization on AG3 that an extra "mood" setting probably won't be needed.

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