Started by Razzles, Apr 21, 2013, 01:25 PM
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Quote from: Latin on Apr 21, 2013, 02:16 PMo.OIMO, those !request trashtalkers are best treated with something like several hours mute.If they keep doing it, increase the mute duration.If your server rules doesnt cover that, suggest these rules to be added.While GM isnt someone to be worshipped, they need to be respected.
Quote from: brainnysmurfs on May 15, 2013, 12:58 AMIn my case, if someone who has attitude problem I jail them and I will talk to them 1 on 1. Coz I really need to know first why he/she doing that then I will ask nicely not to do that again and ofcourse I will give some warning on it.And yes most High Rate Server especially those who want "FREEBIES" everytime they join.
Quote from: SukiChii on May 15, 2013, 08:12 PMThank goodness I haven't had a problem with a player.Then again, the server is new.If someone misbehaves, I just warn them, and they go on their merry way.
Quote from: Playtester on May 16, 2013, 07:13 AMOn official servers there are just as many complaints about unfair staff on forums as in private servers, except that there they get directly deleted and the person gets asked to discuss it in private with the customer support.
Quote from: Kensei on May 16, 2013, 09:17 AMAlways prepared. Believe me, I never found a RO server that's free from toxic players.Oh, unless it's pure PvM. Then again, people will always try to find something to compete on.
Quote from: Triper on Apr 21, 2013, 02:13 PMI would say that, nowadays, specially on servers with high rates and made by Asians for Asians, there is a trend where everybody wants/expects free items for joining those type of servers and trash talk is an usual thing.
Quote from: Kensei on Apr 21, 2013, 05:04 PMWhile Triper says it depends on the server type, I'd rather go with majority of the players. Where do the majorities come from? If it's one of the country with worst online community ever, well, you're screwed.
Quote from: Razzles on Apr 22, 2013, 04:58 AMKensei, I have to agree with you, I bet this is the most worst community ever and plus of the majority of the players come from the same place though. Some are nice but mostly fvcking badass people.
Quote from: crysiscore3 on May 18, 2013, 05:41 PMI wonder what "Asian country with the worst community ever" you could possibly be talking about
Quote from: Axiom on May 20, 2013, 06:27 AMSo, I've been GM for a sizeable variety of RO servers and yes, based on experience, HR/SHR servers are more likely to land you more pricks than MR/LR servers. The reason why seems simple to me: Instant gratification. LR/MR players recognize and appreciate a grind, so their patience for most things do stretch a little further than most HR/SHR players do (Read: Not at all). Some HR/SHR players may also feel that the fact they chose to play on your server over every other option entitles them to special treatment.
Quote from: Razzles on Apr 21, 2013, 01:25 PMWell, I've been a player for almost my entire life as a player in RO and just got a the opportunity to become a GM in a server. (Well, they are eating up my patience and might became a MORE STRICTER GM because of this)I'm getting a bad one, its barely my first time to experience this from a HR server.I had met some few people who are nice, but most of them are fvck as hell.Been a GM on a Mid Rate and in game moderator on a LR but never experienced something like this only on a HR.So, does the player attitudes vary on the type of the server you have? LR/MR/HR/SHR? In your opinion guys.OT:Sorry but you are not allowed to view spoiler contents.
Quote from: Amdusias on Sep 28, 2016, 02:33 PMI'm not sure how many GMs have experienced the following, but another thing I've noticed in the server I GM for is kinda odd, to say the least. Playing as a "legit character" seems to be anathema to some, mainly in the sometimes-toxic WoE scene. Whoever I associate with becomes the subject of wild speculation and mud-slinging. And it's not like the server has a history of cheating GMs either, the last one to have been banned for it was 2009, and we're all carefully monitored. I'm not sure if others have experienced this, but... If we can't play the game normally like any other person, why would we spend countless hours developing it and creating content?
Quote from: Amdusias on Sep 28, 2016, 02:33 PMI know the exact same feeling. Some players can be very friendly, helpful and grateful. However, quite a lot of them can be toxic and borderline cruel towards GMs. The smallest mistake on the GM's part, even one that has no real impact, and some players will take the opportunity to jump at you like rabid hyenas. I'm not sure how many GMs have experienced the following, but another thing I've noticed in the server I GM for is kinda odd, to say the least. Playing as a "legit character" seems to be anathema to some, mainly in the sometimes-toxic WoE scene. Whoever I associate with becomes the subject of wild speculation and mud-slinging. And it's not like the server has a history of cheating GMs either, the last one to have been banned for it was 2009, and we're all carefully monitored. I'm not sure if others have experienced this, but... If we can't play the game normally like any other person, why would we spend countless hours developing it and creating content?./EndRant (And just to clarify, I made this account just now to avoid using my regular one. I don't post often anyway, but I'd rather not have a pack of drama-hyenas waiting for me at home~)