Reply in FS/WTB (in General)


Duke August 23 2011 10:12 PM EDT

I think we been punish long enough, we should have the right to post in FS/WTB. The economy were more active before the change.

Fishead August 23 2011 10:21 PM EDT

Yes yes yes!

Underage Drinking August 23 2011 10:33 PM EDT

You dare try to defy the will of the Gods?

Personally Idc, but history does tend to repeat itself.

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] August 23 2011 10:41 PM EDT

The economy were more active before the change.

wasn't that likely due to the fact that our population at that time was two to three times larger than now?

i feel that the economy is still fairly active, the prices are just rock-bottom! how would this help the economy exactly?

Duke August 23 2011 10:42 PM EDT

wasn't that likely due to the fact that our population at that time was two to three times larger than now?


I does not compare its to ''now'' but at the time of the change.

QBRanger August 23 2011 10:52 PM EDT

I like the current method of FS.

Stops idiots from posting crap like "that price is too high" etc...

Leave it alone.

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] August 23 2011 11:00 PM EDT

I does not compare its to ''now'' but at the time of the change.

elaborate please.

Lord Bob August 24 2011 12:02 AM EDT

I think we been punish long enough, we should have the right to post in FS/WTB.
Absolutely agreed. I always thought it was ridiculous to restrict it the way it was.

King August 24 2011 12:03 AM EDT

The current FS/WTB is nice. As Ranger said you don't get a bunch of deal breakers invading your post making business difficult.

Warchild August 24 2011 3:45 AM EDT

Allow replies in posts for bidding purposes but make posts containing opinions about pricing or other peoples bids a fine-able offense.

~WC~

QBRanger August 24 2011 9:01 AM EDT

Allow replies in posts for bidding purposes but make posts containing opinions about pricing or other peoples bids a fine-able offense.

That is a decent idea, but then it puts the onus on the admins to find and fine the offending posts.

Now, we have no offending posts. Why make a problem when none exists?

horseguy001 [Battle Royale] August 24 2011 9:09 AM EDT

I don't see how its that much more effort to just send a chatmail to the person who started the thread. It's the exact same number of clicks.

If the problem lies with someone not being honest about bids, we always have the auction system!

QBRanger August 24 2011 9:33 AM EDT

If the problem lies with someone not being honest about bids, we always have the auction system!

Always make a PR thread before sending cash and/or items. That way we will have a record and dishonesty can be dealt with.

But I agree, CM is just as quick and easy. And keeps the forums clean of useless drivel that used to clutter up the FS/WTB threads of yore.

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] August 24 2011 10:57 AM EDT

Lets be honest, this would last until the second AoD posts in FS/WTB, then we'd be right back where we were, it's not worth the trouble.

Reyth August 24 2011 11:14 AM EDT

Sorry AoD does not appear in the Glossary?

AdminTitan [The Sky Forge] August 24 2011 11:16 AM EDT

He's an old "interesting" player

Quyen August 24 2011 11:17 AM EDT

lol, old = not interesting >:D

Reyth August 24 2011 11:35 AM EDT

Oh I think you mean the infamous farm-master...
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