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o clarify on OSRS Gold the previous sentence

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So people should play with a singleplayer game and never speak to anybody because everything is about the wiki and there is no justification for making talks. Of course public chat is so dead relative to 10 decades back and people talk more about politics than about Runescape, since politics is based on opinion and not about the wiki. I get it. The wiki didn't exist for a whole lot of players. When I initially began (then quit, then moved to OSRS decades later) we didn't have a wiki. It's actually just a case of"I heard Runescape the hard way, you can also" imo.

That's just kinda the nature of the playerbase, elderly people who have been playing forever for the most part. It produces a weird lively with noobs, but with prif and Menaphos noobs and maxed players barely even run into each other outside the hub and clans. No one wants to be bombarded with questions that are dumb and I am sure the men and women who sit on this sub refreshing by feel that way. I really don't think I've played Runescape with the wiki closed in ages. While afking some shit if I am not pvming I am certainly reading wiki webpages. It sucks while skilling however that I don't eliminate sleep over it, that I read the wiki than talk.

There's two problems. New players making fundamental query's about Runescape, subsequently becoming downvoted with no answer. The solution is that the Weekly Megathread which I believe solves the dilemma of gathering everyone with Fundamental Questions into a single location (you know those answers already). However, I do not believe in the Subreddit users, I believe only a handful of them are going to redirect these new users into the Megathreadothers will just answer their questions, while others will still downvote them (which is the problem this post focused on, as fas as I'm aware).

Redirecting OSRS players to the subreddit that is correct. However, users create a good job by redirecting those individuals there, and there's Partner Subreddits, there is ads, under by the Subreddit connection on the right banner. But they are still downvoted by them. The Downvotes here, and the majority of users are such as the ISR, there. You can't comment anything constructive because they're already biting at your ankle.

From the OSRS and pathofexile subreddit that I frequent not every small question has asked in the megathread, some people today continue to create their own threads asking themand over the years I've barely ever seen anybody even mention, they simply answer it as normal. No demand for every query although not everyone who has a question would like to create their own thread. It's that the problem that is downvote, perhaps they simply think it doesn't justify 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 player sees a stickied megathread they feel welcome since there's a place created to do so, to ask things. I see it as the difference between somebody welcoming you vs welcoming you with open arms.
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