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  1. Probably someone has noticed that I spend time in Non-English Help, offering English/Spanish/Basic Portuguese translation. Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world and in my personal estimate, the 2nd most abundant language in games in general, forming large communities nder the moniker of "Hispanic". That said, the channel, intended as a multi-language CA help is slowly degenerating itself into a all-language Global chat, with mostly Spanish speakers coming together and talking about topics not related to asking for help. This is in large part due to the excitement of finding other speakers of the same language. In addition, not having another place to interact with others, as well as the fact that culturally, few Latin Americans (which holds the large majority of native Spanish speakers) can speak or understand English makes the channel a natural place for chitchat. All things considered, I believe Spanish global chat is direly needed, and I personally see it as something that will benefit the whole community. I believe Portuguese speakers would benefit from a channel since it is also an abundant community, and despite not being fully versed on the topic I would like to take the chance to speak on their behalf. It's a smaller community with more average knowledge of English, should be noted. I propose as well to enforce moderation in currently existing Non-English help to become essentially an all-language version of the English-Only CA help. Thanks and keep up this amazing game that brings people together. Ltnicolas. Bladesman of Barbarian's Forge. M11 Harmony. edit: Someone gave me his opinion on the topic and suggested it's not feasible to have more personnel. I would like to offer myself as a possible moderator candidate; I did not proposed myself initially out of humility, but because I don't want to sound like "we need more resources (people) and we are already short" I state my volunteering.
  2. Hello, Wurm Online team! I write it message behalf of a Russian language community. I want to thank you for creating Russian help channel on chat. But we faced a problem. Many members of Russian community want to communicate on distracted topics that are not related to the Wurm in game chat. But we are bound by the limitations of chat rules - "Only help and looking for group". Given the above, could you consider the chat mode and allow discussion of topics not directly related to the game in the indicated channel? We hope for understanding. Respectfully, Russian player of Wurm Online - Shatality.
  3. Okay. I think papyrus should have a maker mark, and that mark should be accessible at 20 QL or above. Anything below this QL should not be usable as evidence for anything, such as harrassment, etc. Firstly, Wurm has established that we are responsible for our words. If we use profanity or racial/religious/etc slurs, we can face some sort of administrative punishment. If I'm mistaken please correct me. While I have not seen it yet, I do believe there is potential for misleading information and misidentification. A papyrus with no maker mark can have any information and content on it, and can be used to try to incriminate someone. For example, leaving 5000 papyrus notes on a deed that read: "You Suck. Love, Player X" However, Player X did not write these. Instead it was Player Y, his arch-rival, in order to try to incriminate him, and get administrative punishment due to the paper spam. Having makermarks easily accessible would let us know, not only that it wasn't Player X, but that it was Player Y. I believe this has some effect on diplomatic envoys and advertising to an effect. Though I understand alot of this is done through the Forum, I know I have personally used the papyrus to seek out new markets for my products, simply because not all players use the markets. Thus...MakerMarks/WaterMarks on paper.