I'd love to add, it'd make a sense if obtained downvoted. I also feel weird even speaking about downvotes, is not there like an unwritten rule about not doing that? I feel like the entire hostility to questions thing is another symptom of efficiencyscape, except instead of criticizing people for training abilities inefficiently, it's criticizing people for hunting answers inefficiently. Only the most efficient method (studying wiki) is allowed, everything else is wrong, even though asking different players will nonetheless provide an answer. So people should play a singleplayer game and never speak to anybody because everything is on the wiki and there's no justification for making conversations. No wonder public chat is dead relative to 10 decades ago and people speak more about politics than about Runescape, since politics is based on view rather than on the wiki. I get it. The wiki did not exist for a whole lot of players. When I initially began (then stop, then moved to OSRS decades later) we did not have a wiki. There was sals forums and later on runehq iirc (hazy deadline, I was like 9), each of which were excellent resources but nowhere near depth as the wiki is. It is actually just a case of"I heard Runescape the hard way, you can too" imo. It creates a bizarre dynamic with noobs, but with prif and Menaphos noobs and maxed players hardly even run into each other out the heart and clans. I don't think I've played Runescape with all the wiki. While afking some shit if I am not pvming I reading webpages. It sucks while skilling however I do not eliminate sleep on it, that I would rather read the wiki than talk. There's two issues. New players making query's about Runescape, subsequently getting downvoted without an answer. The solution is that the Weekly Megathread which I think solves the issue of collecting everyone with Fundamental Questions into one location (you know those answers already). However, I do not believe in the Subreddit users here, I believe just a couple of them will redirect these new users into the Megathreadothers will just answer their queries, while the others will still downvote them (that will be the problem this post focused on, as fas as I'm aware). Redirecting OSRS players to the subreddit that is correct. However, users make a good job already by diverting those people there, and there's the Subreddit connection on the right banner, under Partner Subreddits, there. But they downvote them. Both the Downvotes here, and also the users are like the ISR, there. You can't remark anything remotely constructive because they biting at your ankle. From the OSRS and pathofexile subreddit I common not every small question gets asked in the megathread, a few people continue to create their own threads requesting them, and over the years I have barely ever noticed anybody even mention, they just answer it as usual. No demand for every query to be diverted to it, although not everyone who has a question would like to make their own thread. It's the downvote problem, maybe they just think it does not warrant one, not sure where a lot of them stand but I've read about a few reasons. My train of thought is that if a new participant sees a stickied megathread they feel welcome because there's a place made to do so to ask stuff. I see it as the difference between someone welcoming you vs welcoming you. If you want to know more information about OSRS Gold , please lock on RSorder.com https://www.rsorder.com/
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