The thread containing the Do Not Suggest List (DNSL) starts with the sentence: " This section is a work in progress. " Lets discuss steps towards the progress.
If these are things where you're limited by the time they take rather than some other resource, speeding them up would fall in that category I think (i.e. aborting quests is often poorly balanced atm around how much people are actually willing to click - so the typical suggestion of "let me just skip back to the quest I want to do again" is probably just making the game easier unless they first rebalance all the quests someone might want to do indefinitely)Second sub-topic : Are all ideas proposing ways to complete a game task faster that current state in conflict with the following:
(Discussion on this second subtopic does not mean first one about "item" definition is closed, more points of view are welcome).
- DNSL: Ideas to make yourself richer or make the game easier. The game is meant to be played over time and have a element of strategy.
Yeah. If quests were redesigned in addition to getting to the quest you want then it could potentially fall under quality of life change instead of making things easier. However then you have a different conflict of proposing a major change or potentially changing a reward depending on what exactly you propose(i.e. aborting quests is often poorly balanced atm around how much people are actually willing to click - so the typical suggestion of "let me just skip back to the quest I want to do again" is probably just making the game easier unless they first rebalance all the quests someone might want to do indefinitely)
While I can see where you're coming from, the thing with guild sizing is not everyone in a guild participates. Of those that do participate it's not necessarily throughout the whole season or even for the parts that make a difference. So potentially you can have guilds with that size difference but the same amount of active participants through the main chunk of the season. That's what the points system is supposed to help determine: what's the capabilities of your guildThere has to be a better way than to match a guild that is ranked 85-95 against guilds that are from 10-15 .
Please stay on topic. This Discussion is about the Do Not Suggest List (DNSL) not about GBG Leagues.I purposely tanked in the diamond league so we were sent down to the platinum were we controlled the map and have over 180,000 victory points. First place is going to put us back into the diamond where we will go against guilds 5-10x our size.
This has not been a joyful place to play.
We are too good for the platinum league and not good enough to play in the diamond league with larger guild.
This is why I suggested that there be a new league for higher more advanced guilds with over 50-60 members.
The DNSL is long, it has 17 bullets specifying ideas topics the developers do not want to receive, but there is room for new suggestions, ideas, proposals to submit. My intention with this Discussion is to raise the level of understanding of the DNSL and clarify some terms used in it.I think all is DNSL...