If such conversations are possible it would be nice GGG. In past experiences (like in safiria's planning bureau) elaborate ideas and genuin well articulated concerns simply get ignored. There hasn't been a single sign of consideration towards these. People now are more venting their frustrations then actually expecting any actual (ex-)change of views that lead to a productive conversation.
I'm not trying to throwing out unbased slander. My harsh words about errata's are a well based response knowing the viewpoints Romdeau and Harvest shared with us, aswell as the long history of previous errata's its been through.
angelspawns wrote:But current errata team isn't looking for expanding ones choices in Folrart. It's trying to turn rubbish into the realm of mediocricy with the minimal and smallest of changes.
You weren't out to make Shield a competitive lvl2. You're not out to make my TGC martials a viable file. You didn't want Orthos to be a dependable tech unit in a viable strategy. You brush things up to go from a rubbish to mediocre choice amongst a large collection of already superior options grinded in Folrart. And you might aswell not have bothered with it since you raise peoples expectations and hopes.
Is based on this:
harvest4god wrote:Small changes are for the best. More changes can be done that will make them better in the future if need be. But if you overdo it then you have a gamebreaking card.
Romdeau's comments on how Logress doesn't like large changes to cards, and this: http://www.alteil.com/index.php/card-errata
(a list of previous errata's on the site, and to clarify: each and every buffed card is in a dire need for another buff)
I'm not calling people incompetent on unbased grounds. You will know why things make me feel the way i do, and i include suggestions how things could turn for the better (to my opinion ofcourse). My tone however is a product of how Alteil has been treating its people; Asking nicely gets you ignored, serious concerns go unadressed, and ideas recieve 0 consideration. Speaking harshly isn't nice, but if it's really hurtful there might be a painful truth behind it that i'm trying to bring across. I'm more then eager to have an intelligent conversation based on respect though... it's about time...