Thanks for all the replies people, I'll respond to answer a couple of them:
chunyee, on 09 September 2016 - 01:40 PM, said:
SEA players often play the game and never visit the forum until they pull off some foolish antics, it is usual the major portion of the community will not respond unless they heard some news related to updates, nice attempt though
I like the idea of an interactive discussion but I feel more like typing instead of hearing multiple voices all over the mic
The thing is, Discord works a lot faster than forums do and makes it a lot easier to exchange information related to pretty much everything going on related to Dragon Nest. Considering SEA and EU are now around the same update, that means we can actually exchange information related to new updates, and I'm expecting NA to join in on that soon as well (although, as mentioned earlier, they have their own dedicated Discord as well). We do
share new or future patch information and discuss it together, same goes for bugs, changes and suggestions we'd like to see, of course this still happens on forums as well. And with Discord being available on desktop, browser and mobile means it's very accessible.
Using the voice chat is optional and can be joined whenever someone feels like it. At times it's a lot of fun, but not necessary when using Discord. But everyone knows how voice (or VoIP
) chats work so I won't elaborate on that much.
We're not making an "attempt." Discord has proven to be a great thing for our community, bringing us closer together and implementing certain features which improve our communication and gameplay, even more secure trading or contacting the RoB
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fourrier, on 09 September 2016 - 03:16 PM, said:
Hmmm... I personally am a forum person. The days I enjoy a chat room has long gone.
I like a place where I can read a structured information rather than a chat room, where what you said minutes ago was easily forgotten/ become non-relevant.
When there was DNSEA Chatango, I don't find the fun.
DN NA discord, I found it hard to stick around despite having some good resources.
I think Discord is a bit more advanced than the traditional chat rooms, and offers features (such as pinning messages
) to help organize important information. I've been to the DN NA Discord as well, and they've done a great job building a place for their community, programming bots to further aid and answer their needs and structure information. And of course this is not a replacement for forums, it's more of an in-between platform which is way more interactive!
lexlexlex, on 09 September 2016 - 04:36 PM, said:
i wouldn't get banned over there right??
Of course our Discord has its rules, of which mostly are common sense
. As long as you keep to the rules and don't make things too extreme you obviously won't receive a ban from the server, perhaps a temporary chat-ban at most (although we haven't needed to give those out yet
). While the Discord is being managed by players for players, we do have volunteer player game-moderators
(DNMs), game testers
(QAs), and forum moderators
present to help support the community with certain issues, as well as dedicated channels for #support
questions. If you are spreading harmful information (e.g. cheat engines, gold selling sites, etc.)
or doing things against the game policy action will of course be taken.
, I'd like to tell all of you, before judging this attempt
to share something positive with the SEA community, I'd propose for you all to give it a try
. If you don't like it, you're always able to exit the server and forget about it
With that being said, I hope to see some SEA players join us as well to exchange game information and have lots of fun!
P.S. Don't forget to leave your
name#id in a comment to verify your membership on our community Discord!