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It's #FanArtFriday, and today’s Ashes of Creation Fan Art is by Naeuria, who created this adorable sketch! Among the most wise in the skies of Verra, gryphon offer undying devotion to the riders they pair with for life. https://t.co/E1nlQPIlG6 [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
Prepare your snacks! 🧀🍇 There's ONE HOUR left until our live stream goes live, covering your questions that you submitted about Nodes! Tune in at 11AM Pacific on https://t.co/ITqCoomjO6 https://t.co/I9M0dw9GvD [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
Glorious Ashes of Creation Community! Don't forget to mark your calendars! We'll be answering your Node questions on our Live Stream tomorrow (3/29) from 11AM - 12PM Pacific on https://t.co/ITqCooDUFE https://t.co/DNKmMxkV50 [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
@j0hnbane Glad to hear you enjoyed the video! We're excited to continue to share more in our Dev Diaries series :) [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
The first episode of our Developer Diaries series is all about our technology behind Nodes! Find out why the tool was created, and how it will affect players as they explore the world of Ashes of Creation. https://t.co/x9nnCa0P5S https://t.co/Xlvlb41WRk [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
What questions are you most excited to hear the answers for? Post them below and you might get a shoutout during our stream! [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
Our next live stream is this Friday, March 29 at 11AM PDT, with a special focus on Nodes! If you have questions you'd like to see our team cover during the stream, share them in our Q&A thread here: https://t.co/3U3v75VGbo https://t.co/F1r2yKLTx3 [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
Welcome to the Know Your Nodes series! In this series, we’ll be going over all the aspects of Nodes from the basics all the way to how government elections take place per Node type! To kick off the series, we’re going back to the basics. https://t.co/MtynF8lZAa https://t.co/R8qcTfwnlR [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
It's #FanArtFriday, and today’s Ashes of Creation Fan Art is by @WoodOxen ! Nyths are often mistaken for baby unicorns, and their deaths can invoke a curse on those responsible, whether it be through trap or by bow. https://t.co/FiARVeWJem [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
I asked steven for a potato once and he gave it to me, what happened to the steven I knew...
Give a man a potato and feed him for a day. Teach a man to potato, and feed him for life.[source]
If you’re interested in massive battles that revolve around tactics and strategy, then Castle Sieges might be for you! Check out these 10 facts about Castle Sieges in the Ashes of Creation MMORPG! https://t.co/SvSEk5keZf https://t.co/XHhimlUbaA [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
Intrepid Studios is hiring! We’re in search of talented, team-oriented, self-driven, and passionate individuals. Our studio in San Diego, CA is currently accepting applications for the following positions. https://t.co/1IxHKj46Z1 https://t.co/4HZxq115sw [source]— ashes (@ashesofcreation)
> As for the data breach, the appropriate parties have been notified and also given instructions to avoid potential hazards from the breach.
I've owned an account with your website and even had a forum account too since essentially day 1 of the website. I had received no warnings nor mentions about this and as a long standing account owner of your website, I find it rather rude to not have been sent an email about this data breach and only to find that I had to re-validate my email address. If you want people to take you seriously then you should of sent a heads up email to every account on your website. Instead though I had to find out about this through this reddit post.
Next time something like this happens, sending a email to everyone would be much more appreciated.
Hello friend, the breach was contained to about 100 players. Those accounts were notified.[source]
>The community did this at the start of this subreddit and it fell into disarray with no moderation activity from the mods.
The original moderation team wasn't selected, you did a coup on the inactive team. Lmao if your worry is inactivity in the moderation team, let the community choose the moderators. We all know you're making a bad faith argument.
>I ensure that the current volunteer mods are active and held accountable.
So we just have to the word of a guy who made his money scamming people with fake health products? Let the community choose the moderators
>I dont know if you know this, but its impossible to censor reddit, because censoring is public and can be tracked. The benefit of myself being able to review moderation action (such as this actual thread)
Lol your modlog isn't public, of course you can censor comments. None of your moderation activity is publicly viewable. You can freely remove comment trees and none of it will be visible to the userbase. Make the modlogs public. I'm a moderator of several subreddits, I know exactly what you're doing. Does anyone believe your bullshit?
You can view removed/moderated posts or threads using these sites, in addition people can also bring to my attention removed or censored threads directly, and I will reverse any decision that does not coincide with our guidelines.
I didn't do any coup...the previous owner emailed me and asked if I would like to take it over as he would not have the time to manage it. Nor have I ever scammed people with fake health products, or been part of a pyramid scheme despite the lies that are spread. Regardless, you have your opinions and that's fine. Ive given you your answer, and if you find any other censored posts/threads please feel free to message me. Thanks![source]
> The purpose of an official subreddit is to ensure accountability for exactly the things you are describing.
How does that make any sense? The problem with a company running its own subreddit is the possiblity for censorship. You are the only ones who choose "volunteer" moderators. It's why it's a violation of reddit policy.
If you had a legitimate interest in the health of the subreddit, you'd allow the community to vote on a new moderation team, then personally leave the moderation team. Answer me this: why won't you allow the community to choose its own moderators (hint: we all know why).
The community did this at the start of this subreddit and it fell into disarray with no moderation activity from the mods. I ensure that the current volunteer mods are active and held accountable. I dont know if you know this, but its impossible to censor reddit, because censoring is public and can be tracked. The benefit of myself being able to review moderation action (such as this actual thread) is that I can be held accountable for any attempts of censorship. Which by the way, you did not send me examples of censorship. ;)[source]
You seem to be missing the fact that every subreddit is supposed to be community run, and you're in violation of reddit policy by being involved in the moderation team of any subreddit related to your product.
We know why you're dodging an answer though. It's because you censor any form of criticism of your company. Particularly when the criticism is grounded in actual incidents of malpractice.
Please provide examples of this censorship so I can address them. The purpose of an official subreddit is to ensure accountability for exactly the things you are describing. As well as to ensure that the subreddit itself is held to an acceptable activity standard, which the previous owners did not do. You are invited to create or join another community run subreddit. That is your right ;)[source]