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Dude, this roast you made is amazing! Surprised the moderators didn't do anything, but then again, I'm happy that they didn't because he had that coming IMO.
Also, if you need a meme for people who try to attack you, use this secret weapon!0June 29
Blueberrylol thanks. I actually didn't even think that was a post breaking any rules but now that you mention it I guess that could be construed as "insulting" maybe? Idk, the rules are stated quite vaguely to where basically anything could fit them if they wanted them to and leaves it almost entirely up to the moderators discretion . I don't start anything and only defend myself.
I'm actually not gonna use any memes because I'm trying to be less "aggressive" in my responses even if they are fully warranted. This more often results in me just letting them have the last word and not even responding anymore.
I've already been warned once so I'm trying to be more careful with what I post now.
NMCKEIt was technically naming and shaming, but most moderators are really forgiving unless you severely get carried away. I talk to most of the moderators in the forums via private message, and they are legitimately really nice! :)
Hey, I seen your response about mori, and I'm interested about what you got to say about them.
In my opinion, they are way too strong, but I think if we nerf them directly, we would get a huge backlash. Therefore, here's my way of indirectly nerfing a mori:
- When the killer uses a mori, all players in that trial are locked to a safety pip (killers and survivors)
- If you never used your mori, but you still burnt it as an offering, the above rule is ignored. This also applies to perk related mori.
- Mori from non-offerings such as Devour Hope and Rancer will now reward huge emblem points because in most cases, you had to work really hard for it unlike offerings.
If we sadly have to nerf mori directly:
- The killer cannot mori a survivor until they've hooked every survivor at least once.
What do you think? :)0July 14