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As for memorials, I believe it'd definitely be best to limit them somehow. While they don't both me at theAnimal Crossing New Horizons Items slightest and obviously people who place them don't mean them to be bothering, you kind of have to cater to the minority as these pictures could be very upsetting for many people so it is better to have some precautions.
I would also support what another commenter has stated about flaring edited screenshots. It'd only be good for transparency and means that anyone new to the sport won't think they can do things in-game that actually aren't possible and be let down.
I think a spoiler label will be great, especially since we are approaching one year at the match. People have already begun posting things about how dreadful the eggs in rabbit day were, and it is not fair to newer players who havent seen bunny day (or whatever thing) yet.
I concur about including dialogue in low attempt post ban. I am really tired of all the gravy licking articles.
I would really like to see a ban on"should I restart?" posts. These have become more prevalent and they are becoming so dull. Honestly, I dont care if you restart your island or not.
I honestly feel that most of the rules are fine, but have some suggestions. Let me start this off by saying my reddit accounts might not have been established a long time ago, but lurked this sub without an accounts since like october. I think that reposts are kind of a Issue here, but I understand on a few subreddits such as repostsleuthbot automatically checks ifI think you guys should follow different subreddits' illustrations and do daily/weekly sticky posts on certain subjects.
Normally bots/auto-moderators can be installed to do so automatically if a mod doesn't wish to do it themselves.
That way the most contentious articles: memorials, generic outfit spam,'check out this villager/item I got', and edited screenshots are all relegated to their own space where individuals who wish to see them may, while the main subreddit focuses on anything else. Maintaining the threads on a cycle and removing/posting/stickying new ones will ensure they stay fresh and individuals continue to use them.
If folks are time-traveling to an event that has not released yet then yes there needs to be spoiler tags. The best instance of this was that the Halloween upgrade when people kept posting screenshots of the carriage that they time traveled to get. Like I'm fine with seeing someone post rabbit day screenshots right now, since that event released last year so we already know what the items are. But should they add, IDK, an arbor day event with new things that folks TT to, I'd like if they spoiler mark their posts so I can decide whether I wish to see the content or not.
It actually comes down to choice. Some people do want to see spoilersothers do not. As long as people are able to choose whether they wish to see it, I do not think there'll be any issues.
Thank you for the comments. The main thing with megathreads is we've already got two running in a time (just two stickies is the limitation on Reddit): Simple codes and questions. These are two things that attract a lot of clutter, and there is a maximum of two sticky slots. Throughout the time something else is taking that slot, the questions or code thread forbuy Animal Crossing Items example, wouldn't be observable and it'd get very little usage.