@eirinnpryderi Gina confirmed this was coming.ZOS_GinaBruno ZOS_JessicaFolsom
Can we have or sign a request for having a Housing section in the forums?
I've done this before and not been moderated for it.Apparently it's not allowed to link threads other users have made in the past in an effort to show their author is one of the lesser gifted human beings as far as intellectual capabilities are concerned, even if said person threats to report other users for no reason. This forum is so hilarious. Deafening silence on the game's major issues but the forum police is out on patrol every day.
Had more posts moderated the last week then the last six months. I think it depends which threads you're in and how you're tackling them.I'm having a talk with ZOS_GregoryV about it. Maybe being a community ambassador gives more leeway . Anyway, discussing moderator actions is another one of the seven sins here on the forum (which I don't get at all). I'll stop now or the warning of a ban may come true.
I'm having a talk with @ZOS_GregoryV about it. Maybe being a community ambassador gives more leeway . Anyway, discussing moderator actions is another one of the seven sins here on the forum (which I don't get at all). I'll stop now or the warning of a ban may come true.
Naming-and-Shaming: We do not allow posts or threads that are created for the purpose of “naming-and-shaming” other community member(s). “Naming-and-shaming” is the act of creating a post to call out an individual or group by name, and making them the subject of public accusation, ridicule and/or shaming. Generally, naming-and-shaming involves an in-game situation and/or Terms of Service violation, which the ESO Community Team is unable to assist with. A certain amount of rivalry and competitive razzing is healthy for any game community, especially one with PVP elements, but naming-and-shaming goes well beyond that. It typically elevates to a point where the subject feels legitimately harassed. We believe that naming-and-shaming posts and threads can be abused and are very harmful to the community. We also don't feel that publicly calling out or accusing others by name on our forums is in spirit of the game or our community. If you genuinely believe someone has violated our Terms of Service, you should report them in-game via the support interface — do not bring the situation onto the official ESO community forums.