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"Thank you. You are helping to improve the community."

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This is the message we receive when complimenting or reporting players.

Exactly "HOW" are we helping to improve the community.  Cause from what I've seen it doesn't do a darn thing.

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By encouraging good behavior and flagging bad behavior for stuff like the autoban system? I mean yes, a single report or compliment does exactly jack and squat respectively, and the report system for WoWs isn't the greatest in the world, but it's not the worst either. At least we're doing something to help keep the toxic people out.

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3 minutes ago, MidnightShamalan said:

just a placebo message to go with your placebo report/complement.

Absolutely yep.

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What? It doesn't do anything? WG is lying to me? I refuse to believe it!

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28 minutes ago, Tipsy_Seadog said:

This is the message we receive when complimenting or reporting players.

Exactly "HOW" are we helping to improve the community.  Cause from what I've seen it doesn't do a darn thing.

Reports are tracked. When one person garners enough of them, Putin's death squad poisons them with Polonium, or sometimes nerve agent. They like to mix it up a bit to keep things fresh.

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3 minutes ago, pikohan said:

What? It doesn't do anything? WG is lying to me? I refuse to believe it!

From what I can tell only the misbehaviour in chat function and the conpliment do anything.  The former obviously leads to chat bans; there are enough complaint threads to prove that works.  The latter adds positive karma to your account, which from what I can tell acts as a sort of buffer to when you're reported (your karma gets depleted with each time you're reported, and once at zero you become subject to things like chat bans).

Question I have is, what do the other reporting functions like "plays poorly" do?  If they make it less likely for you to randomly teamed with the person you reported that's pretty hard to tell if it's working without having access to the devs data logs.

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2 hours ago, Tipsy_Seadog said:

This is the message we receive when complimenting or reporting players.

Exactly "HOW" are we helping to improve the community.  Cause from what I've seen it doesn't do a darn thing.

You are on forum now. Compliments can get rescinded, real fast around here. :Smile_teethhappy:

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2 hours ago, Doombeagle said:

Reports are tracked. When one person garners enough of them, Putin's death squad poisons them with Polonium, or sometimes nerve agent. They like to mix it up a bit to keep things fresh.

Shhh... the developers can read this. They dont hear that kind of news in russia. Or the story is that the imperialistic west has condemed russia for the targeting of WG customers, and they they get an image of suboctavian  riding a horse bareback shirtless with putin in a bonding experience.

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53 minutes ago, c3shooter said:

they they get an image of suboctavian  riding a horse bareback shirtless with putin in a bonding experience.

While wearing his old spice :cap_like:

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