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Matty wrote:
About reporting trolling players to moderators (who join a game just to kick you from it)
vikingo1337
...especially seeing as you'd have to do it multiple times with multiple players and moderators...
So apparently this is a thing that happens often. I have never heard of this happening. Do any of the mods have heard of it?
Because if you don't report this, we most certainly can't do anything about it.
"Strength doesn't lie in numbers, strength doesn't lie in wealth. Strength lies in nights of peaceful slumbers." ~Maria
Matty wrote:
Investigator
Impossible to join long term games when an avoided player joins every single one

I understand non member can only join/play 5 for free. Make it 50 for premium members. More than enough
The solution is simple here: create a new game yourself.
"Strength doesn't lie in numbers, strength doesn't lie in wealth. Strength lies in nights of peaceful slumbers." ~Maria
Matty wrote:
So far I agree that:

- Avoided players should not send you private messages
- Avoided players should not chat in your games
- Avoided players should not invite you
- Guests and avoided players should not know when you were last online.
(both on your profile, as in the user list)
Note: they can see whether or not you were online in the last 15 minutes or not by Ctrl-F searching through that list.
- A note on why this player was blocked would be nice to have.
"Strength doesn't lie in numbers, strength doesn't lie in wealth. Strength lies in nights of peaceful slumbers." ~Maria
Investigator wrote:
Matty
About reporting trolling players to moderators (who join a game just to kick you from it)
vikingo1337
...especially seeing as you'd have to do it multiple times with multiple players and moderators...
So apparently this is a thing that happens often. I have never heard of this happening. Do any of the mods have heard of it?
Because if you don't report this, we most certainly can't do anything about it.

This happens all the time. Even after politely asking a player to refrain from doing so.
Investigator wrote:
Matty
So far I agree that:

- Avoided players should not send you private messages
- Avoided players should not chat in your games
- Avoided players should not invite you
- Guests and avoided players should not know when you were last online.
(both on your profile, as in the user list)
Note: they can see whether or not you were online in the last 15 minutes or not by Ctrl-F searching through that list.
- A note on why this player was blocked would be nice to have.

Might as well add that an avoided player cannot view any game you're playing
Investigator wrote:
Matty
Investigator
Impossible to join long term games when an avoided player joins every single one

I understand non member can only join/play 5 for free. Make it 50 for premium members. More than enough
The solution is simple here: create a new game yourself.

Yes, sure. Only problem is that it will take a long time to get it started as that player has started 4-5 games with the same game settings.

It also makes me wonder how annoying it could get if a player in +50 long term games cannot take his turns for whatever reason.
I have seen some with 100 long term games in progress


vikingo1337 wrote:
Investigator
Matty
So far I agree that:

- Avoided players should not send you private messages
- Avoided players should not chat in your games
- Avoided players should not invite you
- Guests and avoided players should not know when you were last online.
(both on your profile, as in the user list)
Note: they can see whether or not you were online in the last 15 minutes or not by Ctrl-F searching through that list.
- A note on why this player was blocked would be nice to have.

Might as well add that an avoided player cannot view any game you're playing

Absolutely. That would put an end to stalking in here.
"The brave man well shall fight and win, though dull his blade may be."
~Fafnismal 28
Edman6 wrote:
If you avoid a player, they should not be allowed to join any games you are already in. Conversely (and I think it works this way already), you should not be able to join any game that the avoided player is already in. Unless you stop avoiding them. Which I have done, because my desire to play a game was stronger than my desire to avoid. 
 
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