I don’t think spoiler tags for Animal Crossing Bells articles that has been in the game since launch is fair. Once the match is out its own out. Anything found in the game after that’s fair for seeing. As far as New Horizons proceed, how can spoilers for content even work when there are two hemispheres and multiple time zones? When items and events become naturally available in a special timezone outside of the US, if individual be downvoted for what is rightfully available to them? Northern players such as spoiled things annually for southern hemisphere gamers and not a word was mentioned about it. Southern hemisphere gamers were admonished all summer because we naturally had snow. Yet few whined about all of the summer things that northern hemisphere gamers could flaunt. What’s that fair?
Then there’s the issue of determining what’s new? How long would we need to utilize spoilers? When exactly does new content prevent being’fresh’ and for that? Employing the southern hemisphere again a good example, snow by mid-July was not new for us.
Perhaps spoiler tags should be encouraged, but I really don’t believe they ought to be a compulsory rule.
I’d like to say I enjoy memorial posts. I enjoy creating a safe space for individuals to share their heart and despair with us. I think that for someone who does not know the rules to log on and be exposed to Animal Crossing Items For Sale then get their post removed or not accepted would lead to further isolation and harm.