Why if a survey, placing no to the first question, tells you that you're not qualified? Should be more specific, I assumed it was a survey, there must be taken into consideration our opinion, not what they want us to respond to your convenience.Then do not say it is a survey, because the definition for me is another :(
ha, wish they would put netherstorm in it. wondering if we get another expansion soon. and panser do not worry about being passionate about the leg. ring. i agree with some of your words.and anyone notice how perculia is always smiling. lol
Well made once again. Panser has really fit into this, expecting an even better show next week.Also, I swear that Panser is the most excited person I've ever seen.
it wasn't annoying, i have raided with clickers much more noticeable while on voice chats.
I feel so USED. :(They said I would be entered into a drawing, if I filled out the survey. I started the survey, and it said based on the questions I answered I would not qualify? WTF? I filled out the questions. They took my info and ran. I got ninja looted.
Questions! Oh yes, I has one! ^^ Allow me to relish this special moment before I move on...Pet battles offered decent character XP, and players have used this to their advantage. Obviously, they also offered good pet XP, and players have used that as well. Once pet dailies came to garrisons, players everywhere were finding the best 2-pet teams to carry a 3rd and level pets vs. the garrison "pet bosses". Some of these duos were quite ingenious, and I feel they were worthy of applause.To my knowledge, Blizzard never commented on this new meta, nor showed any disdain for it. However, pet XP in garrison has been nerfed (read: slightly above absolutely NOTHING) for some weeks now. It seems Bliz has shown us with the very heavy hand that earning pet XP in garrison is a very bad thing, yet there were no tweets or anything of the sort to prepare us for this or soften the blow.I know you're both pet lovers. While I do many things in WoW, I must admit that the pets are probably the single best reason why I'm still here. So... Were either of you aware of this pet nerf? Were there, perhaps, some blue posts/tweets which accompanied it that I missed? Has Blizzard mentioned ANYTHING about what they want pet battling to be? Where and when it should happen? Is doing this in garrison bad because it should somehow bring us together or make us less introverted? In short, why was garrison pet XP decapitated, why were these ingenious duos to carry a 3rd pet given the heavy hand instead of the big thumbs up, and why was it all done so quietly? Why didn't Blizzard say anything about it?They have posted recently about a pet battle exploit which awarded QUEST XP. That would be for a toon, not for the pets. This exploit was minor, known by only a few, yet Blizzard found it worthy of comment. But they nerfed all pet XP for all pet lovers--a much bigger issue which affects many more players--apparently w/out a word. What's the deal?
Soooo, apparently if you don't like MOBAs you aren't eligible >.> what's the point of taking a survey if you are going to skew the results by making a portion of your population lie on the survey in order to get a chance at a gift card?
How about calling the contest an "Adventure Book Game" instead of a survey? Turn to page 100. Oh my! The lion ate you... You know, a survey isn't really a survey if you (the survey host) are looking for people to only answer the question in the way you want them to answer.1. Do you like this? Yes. Continue to question 2.2. Do you like that? NoI'm sorry. You do not qualify. Now where is the emoticon of that guy turning over a table...
The people complaining at the survey, look at it like this. Let's say McDonalds was going to try and create a new type of hamburger for their chain. So, they ask you "Do you eat meat?" And you say "No." And they say "Thanks for your time, but we don't need to ask you any more questions." They don't care about every opinion of every single person on the planet. They want to know what people think about things, if those people might actually be their customer base. If you answered "no" to those first questions, then they don't need you to answer the rest of them. I don't get why this is even a thing that you need explained to you. Here's another fun example. I've never seen Game of Thrones. I don't care at all about Game of Thrones. I've heard of it, and I know a couple of their names from seeing Funko Pops of them at Wal-Mart. So, if George R.R. Martin asked me questions about how I thought the books / series were going, and what I"d like to see in the future, then NO, my opinion isn't just as valuable as someone who read the books and fanboys over the whole series like it's the best thing out there. If you need 20 bucks that badly, you can come vacuum my carpets. 20 bucks is nothing. The survey was so long, I should have charged them more than 20 bucks for my time.
Agre. I just put NO on the 2nd question. I don't wanna lie in a survey for $20? Maybe 20k lol
I really don't like the new host.
It was a LONG string, too. I'm not allowed to explain exactly what was on the survey, but it was clear they were asking about a SPECIFIC idea for a game they're working on. So, no, it wasn't a general survey. It was for something they already have in mind.
Avatarofshadow: Thanks for the reply. I was curious what the questions were for. I hope you find yourself on the receiving end of the $20.