The main answer I gave in OSRS GP this poll that I want to get across: The last decision on any content should be made with BOTH the neighborhood AND Jagex working together to generate content that is actually worth adding to Runescape. Players have demonstrated they'll vote yes to a pretty absurd shit (Watch the Tome debacle) at which Jagex needs to intervene and understand that asking was a mistake, while Jagex has also demonstrated when they forge ahead on their own it does not work out well for us. Trying to frame this question since an either/or is leaving out a huge quantity of nuance from the problem, which is something which applies to numerous issues discussed in the survey.

This poll gives me the vibes that you guys actually need to get known to your communicating with your community, and that you are well knowledgeable of the gaming world about you. None of these are especially true. Jagex"communicates" with their community more than a number of other games, but not nearly the maximum, particularly when you don't count polls which are crampacked full of voting biasing issues, questions that shouldn't be inquired, and (what seems like) intentional misinformation or lack of crucial information needed to make an educated choice.

You're very fearful of repeatable quests and OSRS HD which will be discretionary and that will not impact you at all in any way, nor will influence Runescape for you since you is decorative and the other will not give rewards? This kind of overreaction makes it hard to take what you are saying seriously. And new abilities - those things that a sizable majority of players want, but not quite 75 percent in any given case - yes, truly Jagex are ignoring their whole player-base here. Don't forget the massive number of people who spite vote against pvp updates just because they don't enjoy the community. Unpolled changes are fine if that's the situation.

I agree with about everything you said. It's true that the very best content of OSRS usually come from BOTH Jagex and community serving each other. But we must remember that Jagex by his own is also capable of fantastic surprise when given the chance ( consider how Twisted League was awesome, and we didnt understood much about it prior to release) I think if all League content has been polled ahead, it would have been alot different and likely not as exctiting and surprising. What is wrong with repeatable quests? I assume, of course, which they would just give benefits once.You're telling me that I won't be able to do The Knight's Sword over and over for a week to receive 200M smithing? And here I thought the whole leveling experience could be shattered with this particular one update.

I agree with everything runescape 2007 gold you mentioned except for you getting your underwear on fire for them requesting telephone number optionally at the close of the survey. There was also no need, whatsoever, to use your RS email, and you may always give a imitation in Runescape game name if that area was demanded (not sure if it had been ). Small extreme response for three fields you had on filling out, freedom. Employment status is standard market research. You would answer a question these days for any questionnaire that's trying to become serious about the demographics answering the survey.