Mr_Adams wrote: General Roy wrote:
mr. CD wrote:Awesome joke, loved to work out what the words meant. And to all complaining bob-users, if you can't play without it, you shouldn't use it. It's way more fun without anyway.
So what you say is: if you can't play without BOB, get out'a here, as we don't want you here? After all, if one cannot play without it, how can it be more fun without it? That to me is a contradiction if ever I saw any.
And by the way, the Swedish Chef is supposed to speek Swedish, not Double Dutch.
I think the point is don't use tools you get addicted to.
I think that the point is that BOB is pretty much endorsed by conquer club. There is a forum called tools and enhancements...under there there is a special section for available tools and enhancements. Inside there is a thread called bob that is started and regularly replied to by tech contributors. These tech contributors get a special title and color for their name. They are called volunteers, but they are volunteers that are specifically selected by the conquer club 'management'. Not anyone can be a tech contributor or is a tech contributor. Therefore the company (conquer club) that selects and picks these volunteers assumes responsibilities for their actions.
That being said.
This company decided to make a choice which they thought was funny. In trying to see if other people thought it was funny I posted a poll. viewtopic.php?f=6&t=141615
49 % of respondents did not think that it was funny and were negatively impacted by the decision. The mods/management whatever you want to call them made a change that negatively impacted what was known and endorsed gameplay. Despite complaints they did not respond or address their customer issues.
What about that screams good customer service? Or what argument can anyone make for why paying customers when unsatisfied with the good/service provided by a company should not have the right to complain? If you are going to reply to that I hope you are someone that has never complained/gotten upset at a company for their actions in the past.