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: Patch 9.23 notes
Thank god Treeline is finally gone. That gamemode wasted space for years. Please have Nexus Blitz fill its place!
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: You are completely wrong on every angle you're arguing here. They're not "click to start" because "some people don't want rewards." That's just silly. They're click to start so that during the event time, you can begin your missions AT ANY TIME YOU HAVE AVAILABLE TO PLAY, instead of the timers starting on Day 1. Since the missions are timed, there is a high possibility that if you don't play immediately on Day 1, your missions would have expired if they began automatically and you couldn't find the time to play while they were running. This is why you have the opportunity to click to start them at any time. If you wanted to begin them one week into the event, that's when your timer starts, not the 7 days prior when the event began. If you opened your game one day to let it patch, but didn't have time to play that week, you could choose NOT to activate the missions so that their timers wouldn't begin during a time when you can't play. Overall, needing to click to activate the missions isn't a big deal, and helps way more people than it inconveniences them with your first world problem here.
> [{quoted}](name=Oleandervine,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=ZJsYILmu,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2019-02-13T22:01:31.919+0000) > > You are completely wrong on every angle you're arguing here. > > They're not "click to start" because "some people don't want rewards." That's just silly. They're click to start so that during the event time, you can begin your missions AT ANY TIME YOU HAVE AVAILABLE TO PLAY, instead of the timers starting on Day 1. Since the missions are timed, there is a high possibility that if you don't play immediately on Day 1, your missions would have expired if they began automatically and you couldn't find the time to play while they were running. This is why you have the opportunity to click to start them at any time. If you wanted to begin them one week into the event, that's when your timer starts, not the 7 days prior when the event began. If you opened your game one day to let it patch, but didn't have time to play that week, you could choose NOT to activate the missions so that their timers wouldn't begin during a time when you can't play. > > Overall, needing to click to activate the missions isn't a big deal, and helps way more people than it inconveniences them with your first world problem here. Lol "first world problem". Its a suggestion for a game that I care about. By your logic no one should be able to bring anything up because its just a first world problem. If it is an inconvenience then we should bring it up despite how small it is so it can be fixed. So don't try using that as a point again because it makes you look really dumb.
Asamas (EUNE)
: So you are telling me you just go in without even knowing what missions you have? You don't even think about checking the mission tab? Then how, excuse me, do you even know that there are missions lol? It's Schrodinger's cat all over again.
> [{quoted}](name=Asamas,realm=EUNE,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=ZJsYILmu,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-02-13T21:08:12.867+0000) > > So you are telling me you just go in without even knowing what missions you have? You don't even think about checking the mission tab? Then how, excuse me, do you even know that there are missions lol? > > It's Schrodinger's cat all over again. The quests are often the most basic things ever. I don't check my quests every game. Every other maybe. My point of this post is logically sound. I would like to see a legit reason as to why it should not be changed to the way I have proposed.
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: Don't tell people you are in your series or they will int
There is no point in ever telling others you are in your series. Do you really think the random teammates you get are gonna be like "Oh shit I will try extra hard for this person who I don't know a single thing about and will probably never see again!"? Never. Best case scenario is they play like they would normally. Worst case scenario is they just troll if you and him start to argue with each other. Since he knows this game in particular means a lot more than others he feels he holds power over you. Or they may just troll just because you said it's your series. Why you may ask? The answer: Some people just want to watch the world burn.
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: huh i guess what i believed in for the longest time was a myth. or merriam-webster could be lying to me. my apologizes ill need to find a better source if there is one.
: the definition of the word means ignorant so yes.
: 1 it might triggered a manual review which takes awhile. 2 context
you need context for saying the n word?
Aneirin (OCE)
: He may get an auto chat restriction at first - I think sometimes bans come later on manual review? Don't quote me on that though. The number of reports doesn't matter, nor who they come from - as long as there's 1 or more reports it'll get processed.
One of my friends decided to be edgy and said the same word in post game chat once. He was immediately given a 2 week ban right after the game. It has almost a day and yet nothing has come of it :(
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