This was not prompted but I want to see some type of rule about frequency of posting. It is not often, but occasionally somebody will post a thread, get a little bit of traction, and Animal Crossing Items then come back a couple hours later using a”followup,” and another, and another… simply put everything you want to show people in the very first thread. Articles within 24-48 hours is only overkill karmawhoring.
Oh, and please remove blatant reposts of all top-scoring posts in the sub. I don’t care if they claim they watched it on Facebook, it had been only on our front page a week ago (which is likely the way the individual on Facebook saw it and posted it), and generally I think there should be a”in case you did not make it, prevent posting it” rule.
Some of the common occurrences posts are a issue, that’s if they’re just that, common. I really do love milestone posts, but I can be bothersome to view 5 of the exact same that I only got a blue increased or I just got 5 stars posts. It is a tough call because those are really important minutes & genuinely fun to share. But I feel that the landmarks should stay because overall, it’s a fun way to bond as a community, observing together.
It would be really tough to apply the spoilers rules. Even with outside hacking, a individual in say, New Zealand, might have the newest update nearly a full day before I get it in the west coast. They could post an image that is untrue and not a spoiler for them but it might ruin a surprise for me because of the time gap. When does something stop counting as a “spoiler”? Everyone knows people time travel in AC & it is a long haul game, so the risk of being subjected to spoilers is high. This risk & responsibility should be on the individual browsing, maybe not the obligation of the poster. That being said, I do think a spoiler flair of cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells any sort would be fine, just to have the choice, because it is upsetting to be spoiled on something, and we’re all just trying to have fun here. I have a feeling people would have used to the flair eventually and much more folks would start using it!