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Griffin October 27th, 2010 05:46 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
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I think that it would make sense to have someone, who is currently and consistently active, to monitor all allies/sidekicks activity and productivity of posts and submit their suggestions to the heroes for review, who would then vote on it when they felt it was time for a promotion, or that someone was ready to be promoted.

The Heroes do that themselves. They watch everything we do on here and nominate us in secret in the Sanctum. The best way to get nominated for a promotion is just to work tirelessly in the group and not ask for a promotion.

: DING :

Well i wasn't asking for one. It was just a suggestion to possibly create more efficiency.

I hear ya, but the last thing we want to do is efficiently promote people to Hero status. We have 9 Heroes currently, and that is a lot. Even if we were to lose 2 of those Heroes (to natural causes :runaway: ), I think even a 7 Hero membership would be just fine.

See, this is partially the problem. I am not complaining, you guys are fantastic, but this means that even if myself, Adam (who isn't really active around here anymore), or Quozl lived up to hero status, we couldn't get promoted just because there are too many heroes. Now I know having a lot of heroes is a problem, but when you promoted Galahad my thoughts began to change. I think, if, in the future, a sidekick deserves to be a hero, but is denied because of the abundance of heroes, we could try rotations. We would create two groups of heroes that rotated in and out of working in the Inner Sanctum every month or two. That way, the people who've earned their place don't feel bad if they cannot become a hero because of oto many people.

What do you want out of C3G? Fun with super customs? or Ego stroking titles and positions?

I have always just wanted fun with super customs, and I have even moved my self down to Sidekick in the past, because I felt it was best for the group for about 2 months.

Scapemage October 27th, 2010 06:03 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
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Originally Posted by Griffin (Post 1241995)
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Originally Posted by scapemage921 (Post 1241979)
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Originally Posted by Griffin (Post 1241957)
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Originally Posted by Karat (Post 1241942)
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Originally Posted by Griffin (Post 1241937)
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Originally Posted by tcglkn (Post 1241936)
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Originally Posted by Karat (Post 1241930)
I think that it would make sense to have someone, who is currently and consistently active, to monitor all allies/sidekicks activity and productivity of posts and submit their suggestions to the heroes for review, who would then vote on it when they felt it was time for a promotion, or that someone was ready to be promoted.

The Heroes do that themselves. They watch everything we do on here and nominate us in secret in the Sanctum. The best way to get nominated for a promotion is just to work tirelessly in the group and not ask for a promotion.

: DING :

Well i wasn't asking for one. It was just a suggestion to possibly create more efficiency.

I hear ya, but the last thing we want to do is efficiently promote people to Hero status. We have 9 Heroes currently, and that is a lot. Even if we were to lose 2 of those Heroes (to natural causes :runaway: ), I think even a 7 Hero membership would be just fine.

See, this is partially the problem. I am not complaining, you guys are fantastic, but this means that even if myself, Adam (who isn't really active around here anymore), or Quozl lived up to hero status, we couldn't get promoted just because there are too many heroes. Now I know having a lot of heroes is a problem, but when you promoted Galahad my thoughts began to change. I think, if, in the future, a sidekick deserves to be a hero, but is denied because of the abundance of heroes, we could try rotations. We would create two groups of heroes that rotated in and out of working in the Inner Sanctum every month or two. That way, the people who've earned their place don't feel bad if they cannot become a hero because of oto many people.

What do you want out of C3G? Fun with super customs? or Ego stroking titles and positions?

I have always just wanted fun with super customs, and I have even moved my self down to Sidekick in the past, because I felt it was best for the group for about 2 months.

That's suprising...

I was just suggesting an idea... noone ever listens to me. All I am saying is that this is a group project (I resorted away from the word community, and you know why is you remember the discussion just prior to going "private"), and the actual members of the group that aren't heroes (mainly pointed at Sidekicks, although I have nothing against the Allies there just seems to be an exceeding number of them) might feel a little left out of the project. I definately feel included, but it seems that after things went "private", the Sidekicks' privelages started wandering away.

IAmBatman October 27th, 2010 06:10 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
We could move you back down to Ally if that makes you feel better. :-P

Scapemage October 27th, 2010 06:15 PM

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Originally Posted by IAmBatman (Post 1242019)
We could move you back down to Ally if that makes you feel better. :-P

:footinmouth::duh:

GreyOwl October 27th, 2010 06:15 PM

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Originally Posted by scapemage921 (Post 1242012)
I was just suggesting an idea... noone ever listens to me. All I am saying is that this is a group project (I resorted away from the word community, and you know why is you remember the discussion just prior to going "private"), and the actual members of the group that aren't heroes (mainly pointed at Sidekicks, although I have nothing against the Allies there just seems to be an exceeding number of them) might feel a little left out of the project. I definately feel included, but it seems that after things went "private", the Sidekicks' privelages started wandering away.

We are listening to you, that's why we're discussing it with you. If we didn't listen, we'd ignore you. But there's a difference between "listening" and "agreeing". A BIG part of why this group works is the specific dynamics between the various Heroes. They each have their strengths and they all get along (I won't say there aren't disagreements, but we learn to overcome them and focus on the project and not personal whims). It's just not possible to rotate people in and out and maintain that kind of dynamic.

Don't think about what C3G can do for you, think about what you can do for C3G! :D

tcglkn October 27th, 2010 06:18 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
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Originally Posted by scapemage921 (Post 1242012)
the actual members of the group that aren't heroes (mainly pointed at Sidekicks, although I have nothing against the Allies there just seems to be an exceeding number of them) might feel a little left out of the project.

I don't feel left out as a Sidekick at all. The Sidekick promotion isn't about getting any new power or anything, it is merely just showing your dedication to the project and that the Heroes think you have been doing a good job. Its a huge honor to be promoted to Sidekick, at least for me. I don't feel like I've contributed as much as some of the others, but the Heroes have liked what I have contributed and that makes all the difference. This whole project is not about making yourself feel good (although it certainly does feel good to complete a solid design), but it is about making good custom SuperHeroes/Villains that the community can use and know that they have been tested and worked through almost as much as official units.

tcglkn October 27th, 2010 06:19 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
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Originally Posted by GreyOwl (Post 1242033)
Don't think about what C3G can do for you, think about what you can do for C3G! :D

Signature worthy right there!

Scapemage October 27th, 2010 06:20 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
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Originally Posted by GreyOwl (Post 1242033)
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Originally Posted by scapemage921 (Post 1242012)
I was just suggesting an idea... noone ever listens to me. All I am saying is that this is a group project (I resorted away from the word community, and you know why is you remember the discussion just prior to going "private"), and the actual members of the group that aren't heroes (mainly pointed at Sidekicks, although I have nothing against the Allies there just seems to be an exceeding number of them) might feel a little left out of the project. I definately feel included, but it seems that after things went "private", the Sidekicks' privelages started wandering away.

We are listening to you, that's why we're discussing it with you. If we didn't listen, we'd ignore you. But there's a difference between "listening" and "agreeing". A BIG part of why this group works is the specific dynamics between the various Heroes. They each have their strengths and they all get along (I won't say there aren't disagreements, but we learn to overcome them and focus on the project and not personal whims). It's just not possible to rotate people in and out and maintain that kind of dynamic.

Don't think about what C3G can do for you, think about what you can do for C3G! :D

Now this is the kind of reply I was looking for, something more relative to my idea.

Karat October 27th, 2010 06:21 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
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Originally Posted by tcglkn (Post 1242035)
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Originally Posted by scapemage921 (Post 1242012)
the actual members of the group that aren't heroes (mainly pointed at Sidekicks, although I have nothing against the Allies there just seems to be an exceeding number of them) might feel a little left out of the project.

I don't feel left out as a Sidekick at all. The Sidekick promotion isn't about getting any new power or anything, it is merely just showing your dedication to the project and that the Heroes think you have been doing a good job. Its a huge honor to be promoted to Sidekick, at least for me. I don't feel like I've contributed as much as some of the others, but the Heroes have liked what I have contributed and that makes all the difference. This whole project is not about making yourself feel good (although it certainly does feel good to complete a solid design), but it is about making good Comic customs SuperHeroes/Villains that the community can use and know that they have been tested and worked through almost as much as official units.

I think you meant this, because they won't always be Superhero/Villains (e.g. the Hired Guns)

Scapemage October 27th, 2010 06:23 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
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Originally Posted by tcglkn (Post 1242035)
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Originally Posted by scapemage921 (Post 1242012)
the actual members of the group that aren't heroes (mainly pointed at Sidekicks, although I have nothing against the Allies there just seems to be an exceeding number of them) might feel a little left out of the project.

I don't feel left out as a Sidekick at all. The Sidekick promotion isn't about getting any new power or anything, it is merely just showing your dedication to the project and that the Heroes think you have been doing a good job. Its a huge honor to be promoted to Sidekick, at least for me. I don't feel like I've contributed as much as some of the others, but the Heroes have liked what I have contributed and that makes all the difference. This whole project is not about making yourself feel good (although it certainly does feel good to complete a solid design), but it is about making good custom SuperHeroes/Villains that the community can use and know that they have been tested and worked through almost as much as official units.

I never said it was about power, which it certainly isn't. I agree with you completely, and I was very excited when I became a Sidekick. You've contributed really well in the past.

I guess people are listening, but they just don't get my tone/direction.

IAmBatman October 27th, 2010 10:57 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
We get it ... but for the reasons GreyOwl stated, amongst others, we just aren't going for them. So we're teasing you instead. :-P
Also, there's no way I'm going to ask an admin to swap us in and out of the sanctum back and forth every few months. We're lucky enough they gave us these great areas to post in - I'm not about to push it. :-)

GreyOwl October 27th, 2010 11:24 PM

Re: C3G Public Directory
 
Sweet, I made it into someone's sig! (not counting when IAmBatman's said "GreyOwl's C3G Proxy" :) ).


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