Source wrote:-Do not write posts which contribute nothing to the discussion.
If you want to say "that card is trash" or "just don't play that file" explain why. Being argumentative just for the sake of it contributes nothing. If someone's strategy needs work don't just call it "stupid" explain why you think so otherwise you're not helping.
Also, if someone is asking for help on using a card, posting "I used to have that card, but I recycled it because I didn't want to use it" doesn't help the person posting. Or if a new user is asking for help with a modifying a starter file, suggesting they add several rare cards they're likely to not have doesn't help them.
- Do not spam comments and talking points you've already stated.
It's difficult for new users to read a thread if it turns into a back and forth between two people repeating themselves.
If you feel you didn't explain well enough the first time that's one thing, but constantly repeating yourself will probably hurt your argument more than help. Your fellow users will appreciate if you're capable of expressing new ideas instead of harping on old ones. The GMs are capable of understanding a point or suggestion the first time it's made. By the 12th time it's getting tiresome.
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