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wolveen
04.27.2013 , 08:48 PM | #11
Quote: Originally Posted by Morganha View Post
People in this game are incredibly vile and rude.
I get violently pissed off because people are just snobby and wicked.
Finding help is ridiculously difficult and when people actually choose to respond, they
are complete douchebags about it. Their responses are insulting and just flat out evil.

I have played many MMO games before, but so far, this community is by far the most
disrespectful.
I just started finally playing this game.
Within the first few minutes the chat was very disturbing and graphic (very graphic) it really ended up being the real ugly side of such a wonderfully created game. What a shame. I would think they would moderate or listen to everyone who said they were reporting them. It went on and on until I logged off.

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Natharon
04.27.2013 , 09:03 PM | #12
LOL someone has thin skin. If you rage at a videogame you should stop playing them.
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Belly
04.28.2013 , 06:29 AM | #13
In my experience, this is actually one of the better communities overall. Of course, you get your jerks, but that's life.
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Tatile
04.28.2013 , 06:31 AM | #14
Quote: Originally Posted by Belly View Post
In my experience, this is actually one of the better communities overall. Of course, you get your jerks, but that's life.
I think the jerks are more vocal because those of us who don't like to hear about kittens in microwaves turn General Chat off when in places like Dromund Kaas.

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Belly
04.28.2013 , 08:30 AM | #15
Quote: Originally Posted by Tatile View Post
I think the jerks are more vocal because those of us who don't like to hear about kittens in microwaves turn General Chat off when in places like Dromund Kaas.
True, it does sometimes get to the point where I simply have to turn off General chat. Things like that just make me shake my head. Why? How does something like that even come up in conversation? I'm no saint, but that "some people are too sensitive" bit can only go so far.
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Tatile
04.28.2013 , 08:36 AM | #16
I think the problem is that the people who would usually report this behaviour don't see results (also, right-clicking a person's name only results in "Report Spam", not exactly useful, you need to fill out a full ticket for anything that isn't spam) and that the people who engage is this behaviour are either escaping punishment or the punishment they receive isn't enough. In any case, Bioware needs to do more if they want a less poisonous community. However, and rather unfortunately, because of EA's enforced budget cuts, active monitoring of chat is highly unlikely.

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Seireeni
04.28.2013 , 08:57 AM | #17
^ in some websites that have chats and forums, especially ones designed for children, there have been a simple solution for money/active monitoring -problem: they give some older, mature users the ability to warn other users about their behavior and give small bans for chat (i.e. 1 hour ban from writing to chat/forum) and, if necessary, report the worst troublemakers to the actual webmasters of the site. These people are paid in in-game currency (usually something like cartel coins in SWTOR), so they don't actually cost anything to the people who own the site.

However, I believe anything like this would be hard to make work in anything like SWTOR, since it's so big and not designed for children, and the problem imo isn't that big anyway. It's usually only general chat in a few places and some people who like to rage in pvp or pug groups.

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Scorpassailant
04.28.2013 , 09:01 AM | #18
If you need to know something and no one is telling you then use google or the search function on this site.

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Otrorto
04.28.2013 , 09:02 AM | #19
Quote: Originally Posted by Seireeni View Post
Don't ask questions in following chats (if you don't want rude answers): starting planets, fleet, Dromund Kaas, Coruscant, Makeb.
FRom my experience, in other chats, you'll most likely just receive an actual answer or silence.
This. Exactly.

PS: i dont think that turn off /1-/3 chats really helps, only make things worse, i normally answer kindly to all questions i see, except to trolls that require u to add something in a really rude way. Ignore list is the thing that really help you keep r chat box at ur like.

Now came to my mind a guy that asked about Adrenals and which were best for X Class, i answered kindly to simply buy 5 of each of the ones he was doubing and test them, like i did, to really see the difference and compare which one fitted his playstyle, i was replied to give him the credits to actually buy them or ****. I dont think that such behaivour required a further reply ever, so i added the guy to my ignore list.
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zzoorrzz
04.28.2013 , 09:11 AM | #20
It's strange but I never had problem with anything in general chat. Only once I got upset with 2 guys chatting in general on Makeb so hard that I couldn't post my question there with a chance of somebody reading it. But those rude comments etc. everybody is talking about, I just don't see. And I've been playing a lot recently.