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2/12/2019 7:41:56 PM
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Go to reddit. They respond more frequently there. Just don't blame me if you get banned for the toxicity.
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  • Lmao how is my post toxic XD don't worry I have been on reddit before it was main stream. they do not respond more frequently there then they do here

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  • Edited by l lyper Lethal: 2/13/2019 12:43:44 PM
    Oh. It's not toxic? Try reposting your thread on reddit.

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  • Toxic? Where is the toxicity?

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  • Edited by l lyper Lethal: 2/13/2019 12:06:06 PM
    Jumping to conclusions like OP did, is considered to be [i]toxic[/i]. Reddit doesn't tolerate that. He's said that they're not taking the posts seriously; but who's to say they're not? If you're including Reddit, they are plenty of posts that Bungie has replied to; it just needs to be looked up. Any fan in good relations would've done that before jumping to conclusions.

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  • [quote]Jumping to conclusions like OP did, is considered to be [i]toxic[/i]. Reddit doesn't tolerate that.[/quote] Then I would say that the Reddit community is very fragile. He is simply making an observation, many people including myself have offered reasonable feedback and have had zero response, what he’s saying is the truth.

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  • [quote][quote]Jumping to conclusions like OP did, is considered to be toxic. Reddit doesn't tolerate that.[/quote] Then I would say that the Reddit community is very fragile. He is simply making an observation, many people including myself have offered reasonable feedback and have had zero response, what he’s saying is the truth.[/quote] Then why are they still responding to reddit despite the lack of communication? [url]https://www.reddit.com/r/DestinyTheGame/comments/6q4z94/destiny_subreddit_less_toxic_than_bungie_forums/[/url]

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  • Reddit is a safe space for people who love bungie, at least that’s been my experience, very sensitive to any criticism. I’ve had plenty of toxic battles with people here and I can say without a doubt that op was not being what I consider to be toxic. No forum on the net is free from idiots, but you have to be mature enough to handle it. Bungie should moderate this forum better, like Reddit does, but they choose not to, so the idiots flourish, bungie made this forum, they should take responsibility and clean it up.

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  • [quote]Reddit is a safe space for people who love bungie, at least that’s been my experience, very sensitive to any criticism. I’ve had plenty of toxic battles with people here and I can say without a doubt that op was not being what I consider to be toxic. No forum on the net is free from idiots, but you have to be mature enough to handle it. Bungie should moderate this forum better, like Reddit does, but they choose not to, so the idiots flourish, bungie made this forum, they should take responsibility and clean it up.[/quote] I've seen one reddit post receive 4 replies from Bungie. One. When have you even seen that type of attention on B.net?

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  • [quote][quote]Reddit is a safe space for people who love bungie, at least that’s been my experience, very sensitive to any criticism. I’ve had plenty of toxic battles with people here and I can say without a doubt that op was not being what I consider to be toxic. No forum on the net is free from idiots, but you have to be mature enough to handle it. Bungie should moderate this forum better, like Reddit does, but they choose not to, so the idiots flourish, bungie made this forum, they should take responsibility and clean it up.[/quote] I've seen one reddit post receive 4 replies from Bungie. One. When have you even seen that type of attention on B.net?[/quote] You’ve just made OPs point, and mine as well. Do you not agree bungie should take responsibility here?

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  • Edited by l lyper Lethal: 2/13/2019 2:08:03 PM
    Look at the op's post and look at this one: [url]https://www.reddit.com/r/DestinyTheGame/comments/adus8v/i_am_noticing_a_lack_of_bungie_replied_in_posts/?utm_source=reddit-android[/url] I do think bungie should take responsiblity. I also think the op needs to include [b]everything[/b], not just a one-sided viewpoint.

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  • [quote]Look at the op's post and look at this one: [url]https://www.reddit.com/r/DestinyTheGame/comments/adus8v/i_am_noticing_a_lack_of_bungie_replied_in_posts/?utm_source=reddit-android[/url] I do think bungie should take responsiblity. I also think the op needs to include [b]everything[/b], not just a one-sided viewpoint.[/quote] I read it, it’s a post, and if you read the edit it has been taken negatively by some people, it seems no different to a response you would get from the fanboys here. All you’ve proved to me is that here and Reddit are similar places if you try to criticise bungie.

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  • Edited by l lyper Lethal: 2/13/2019 2:42:58 PM
    The difference from that post and this one is that the reddit post recognizes that Bungie isn't a lapdog. That's why you see a difference in the number of replies. There's literally no respect to be found in these forums and it's affect the amount of responses you receive from Bungie.

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  • I’m afraid we’ll have to agree to disagree, you class this as toxic and I don’t, granted it’s got some passion in it, but it’s not “toxic”. I don’t believe Reddit is the holy grail of forums, you only have to read the replies to see the type of people that frequent it, like I said, no different to here. There is a general lack of respect across the entire internet, which is sad, but a community manager should be mature and professional enough to tell the difference between toxic and serious responses. Again this all comes back down to poor moderation, that’s the big difference between here and Reddit. One other thing, the responses to cozmo on that post are coming from people who worship the ground bungie walks on, it’s absolutely embarrassing, a simple thank you would have been fine, that also speaks volumes of the type of unbalanced people there are there, to me “fanboys” are more dangerous to a game/product than trolls.

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  • Fair enough.

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  • Lmao XD toxic is telling you to stfu and you don't have an opinion because you haven't maxed any of your characters, putting you down anyway possible, thinking you are better then everyone else. Literally just bringing awareness to the fact that Bungie does not listen to any feedback, has very little community engagement. They spent the last month hyping up Crimson days and working on Crimson days when everyone else probably would have been happy to have them not have such a silly event and focus on the next content drop. Focusing on the future. Now yes there are teams that work and divide on these events and future content. But they could have dedicated more resources to it and forgot Crimson Days. Everyone thinks Activision leaving was Bungies saving grace. It could be, it really has the potential. But Bungie now has to work with less resources, less money cause they no longer have a large investor. Bungie isn't out of the woods. And I am just pointing out, appeasing your fan base on certain issues, engaging with the community a little more would go a long way to keeping fans. Community drop is occurring all over again like 1 year ago. Huge difference between toxicity and cold blunt awareness. But to each their own idea

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