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    The conversation is in the reddit page like some already pointed out.

    However, I've always felt like the feedback on the Paladins reddit was lacking, while there are always many feedback threads in the forums about the different problems.

    I've just checked out a bit the reddit page to make sure I wasn't totally wrong, and I've found most of the feedback givin there wouldn't be realistically possible, such as porting some animations from the mobile game to PC/Consoles (because the mobile game is by another company than Hi-Rez).
    While this us just an example, most of the feedback threads I've seen in the reddit were about one of these:
    - Some skin/champion concept, hardly feedback;
    - Debates about skin monetizaton and Battle Passes;
    - Super-precise buffs/nerfs (+X stat on ability/card, nothing more);
    - Common complaints about matchmaking and the cancerous champions of the current patch.

    Seems good, right? Actually, no. The game currently suffers from greater problems (that aren't talked about in the reddit) which are the reason Paladins is losing many, many players. These problems are what we, here in the forums, are usually talking about - we've got great threads & posts in the past - but we are mostly ignored for the subreddit.

    The reason we won't leave the forums are
    1) because of the whole community it still has; Members (and mods of course) have always been great for about nearly everything.
    2) because we don't want to change. We've done a lot of things and have achieved just as many others during the years in the forums. Simple.
    3) we do not feel welcome in the subreddit. The forums' members and the reddits' members are very different, and the reddit usually has a larger audience (more children & new players due to reddit's visibility on the web for example). This might seem ridiculous, but this makes the reddit way different than the forum for its feedback, and some of it may not have took into account as many issues it could lead to, compared to the feedback done in the forums, backed or fought by some of the most serious* Paladins players out there.

    *By serious I do not mean the best players (aka Masters and Grandmasters only), I mean those who defend their opinions like their own lives and give great and constructive critisism for the good of the game.



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    Personally I've stopped playing Paladins a while ago but I continue to read the forums and sometimes I try to make a feedback post just like I did in the past, hoping for the game to be great again even if I'm not as involved anymore.
    Last edited by QcDiablo; 04-23-2019 at 01:47 PM.
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    I enjoyed reading that and thank you even though this is probably the first time we're meeting since I've only joined in 2017 xD
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    Im really happy how this thread turned out. It was just an honest question, but look at all the good vibes that surfaced. =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by QcDiablo View Post
    The reason we won't leave the forums are...
    I did not even know that Reddit existed. But apart is that this forum is more "official" than other websites where there are other Paladins discussions. I mean, because you use your Paladins account to get in, and it's easier. I mean, the first place where you are going to inform yourself about a game, it must be in the official forum, I do not know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brickvon View Post
    the good vibes
    It's always nice when someone is nice (duh) not only does it help get your point across easier, but it also forces people to like you!

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    QcDiablo. Wow. Well said, that's some solid insight right there. 100% agree.
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    we do not feel welcome in the subreddit. The forums' members and the reddits' members are very different, and the reddit usually has a larger audience (more children & new players due to reddit's visibility on the web for example). This might seem ridiculous, but this makes the reddit way different than the forum for its feedback, and some of it may not have took into account as many issues it could lead to, compared to the feedback done in the forums, backed or fought by some of the most serious* Paladins players out there.
    Might seem hypocritical for me to say, but this is the main reason I don’t use the Paladins sub forum on Reddit. It’s not really feedback-based, but more memey, with everyone crapposting (had to change the name). I also think that no-one really knows one another, and it’s tough to find a thought out post.

    I’m sorry, if my comment doesn’t make any sense.
    Last edited by Zzyrks; 04-24-2019 at 08:33 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zzyrks View Post
    Might seem hypocritical for me to say, but this is the main reason I don’t use the Paladins sub forum on Reddit. It’s not really feedback-based, but more memey, with everyone crapposting (had to change the name). I also think that no-one really knows one another, and it’s tough to find a thought out post.

    I’m sorry, if my comment doesn’t make any sense.

    That, and discussion based posts hardly get upvotes, therefore lack visibility.

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    Happy to see that "our" users share some of the views to points we are discussing too.
    Maybe there is something exciting lurking in the future.
    Also... happy to have people interested in constructive conversations here.
    Last edited by stesc5; 04-24-2019 at 09:04 AM.
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