From: CynralKynathel | Posted: 11/23/2012 9:02:06 PM | #049 So how do you know what's in topic and what's off topic? Can mods get their own posts modded?
If its related to the game it's on topic. If not, off topic. Pretty standard.
But if I said something like, "That explosion in china was horrible," how could you tell if it was on topic? Can you tell right now? Do you have set schedules to be on, or do you get on whenever?
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From: CynralKynathel | Posted: 11/23/2012 9:12:40 PM | #068 But if I said something like, "That explosion in china was horrible," how could you tell if it was on topic? Can you tell right now? Do you have set schedules to be on, or do you get on whenever?
Depends largely on context. If you made a topic saying 'that explosion in china was horrible' and nothing else, it would get deleted as off topic because everyone couldnt tell if you were talking about the game or not. If you say the same thing and elaborate so people know what you mean, then it would be fine.
If you posted that in a topic and it went with the normal flow of conversation, it would be fine because posts inside a topic cannot be off topic. If you were trying to intentionally derail the topic, then it would get deleted as disruptive. Context is everything, which is why we have a dispute system in case a moderator misunderstands.
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