August 3rd, 2007, 03:52 AM
I did not realize that there was a certain boundry line of things not able to be said on the forums. I realize now that I cant thrash heroscape items so I will go back to writing about my battles until they make a critics discussion forum.
August 3rd, 2007, 06:15 AM
If you are refering to your "Am I alone" or "Anyone else hate marvel pieces" threads being locked, it's not becuase you aren't allowed to criticize heroscape products, it's because there are other threads which discuss these things and we don't need multiple threads discussing the same exact thing.
You should check other threads titles that already exist to see if your question/opinion might belong there. All it takes is for you to spend a minute or two to check this before posting a new thread. If you make a thread for every random thought you have, they'll get locked and you'll likely bet banned.
This would have been a good place to post your opinion.
August 3rd, 2007, 12:04 PM
Also, your threads lacked substance. I'm all in favor of well spoken, thoughtful criticism. I'm not in favor of baseless hate mongering, and I feel it adds no value to the community. If you're just going to say - I hate this stuff, who's with me, what are you really accomplishing? If you want to engage in an open minded, intellectual debate about the perceived merits or failings of figures, that's fine. But act like an adult - your posts were little more than craps in the sandboxes of people who, for the most part (as you might tell by the fact that they are discussing them, in this discussion section), actually *like* Marvel Heroscape a great deal.
So, basically, as far as I'm concerned, if all you have to contribute to the conversation is negativity and simple mindedness (you gave no explanations for your negativity, it was a simple - "I hate 'em, who's with me" deal), then no, as far as I'm concerned, there's no place for you in this section.
This is not a publicly owned forum - there are certain rules, regulations, and unwritten expectations. One of those unwritten expectations is that posters here are actually fans of the game - much like Truth, the guy who so kindly provides us these forums, and the many contributors who donate the time and money to keep it going. So, you're with us, or you're against us, basically. And if you're going to be an immature, anti-community troll, I have absolutely zero remorse in locking down what you post here, or, if it continues to be a problem, recommending your banning.
August 3rd, 2007, 12:37 PM
In other words, why don't you tell us why you don't like them, instead of just saying "I don't like them."? You could even suggest improvements that someone else may even agree with...and you never know, those suggestions might get back to Hasbro somehow, and you may see figures more to your liking in the future. If you're going to start a discussion, try to make it a discussion, not just a statement.
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