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Regional FlagDo our posts really matter? (Show MVP Posts)Source
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Donaldthump
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#1 - 2013/12/01 10:10:00 PM
So 100s of people are making posts about how they would like the game to be. What changes they would like. And lots of those people have made good suggestions.

My question is ... Does it make a difference?

Do the employees of Blizzard entertainment really listen to the people who decide to post on these forums and do they implement changes based on these suggestions that would make the game better? Or do they only give in to people who claim the game it too hard?

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#25 - 2013/12/02 10:26:00 AM
The forums exist so that players can come to discuss the game with others, ask questions, get advice and generally share their thoughts and feedback.

A huge aspect of our job here in the Community team is to gather your feedback and pass it on to the developers. We see your threads, we read what you are saying, and we make sure the devs know what the players think. Developers do read the forums, they just can't dedicate as much time to it as we can, because they're concentrating on actually building the game you're all playing.

This is why it's really important that, when you make posts, you're clear, concise and constructive. It's easy to become emotional when writing about something which frustrates you, especially when you're passionate about the game like we all are, but arguing and derailing of threads often means the thread in question becomes less valuable to us, and less likely we could present it as a good example of player sentiment.

The forums are vital for us when gathering your feedback every day. Please don't believe otherwise.