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moonID.net - Please discuss stuff about moonID hereIdeas → Guide for the Ideas Forum (READ BEFORE POST!)

Patti CRATR.games
Posted Jan. 29, 2020, 4:22 p.m.

Hello to you creatives

so that it will be regulated and clearly arranged in the future there is now this guide.
It should serve as a kind of big guide to the post and contains the following:

1st guidance: How do I create topics in the idea forum?
2. the rules for the idea forum
3. overview of important topics/pages for the ideas section

1st instruction: How do I create topics in the idea forum?
Before you post your idea in the forum you should follow these instructions.

2. the creation of a thread

2.1 The title:

To make the thread easier to find and assign to a topic, the subject should NOT be "idea".

When you create the thread, put a capitalized term in square brackets in the title. It is also possible to give cross-topic information.

[KF][Rings], [MG][Ancestral Site], [MG][Guardian], [KF][Guild/Potent]

After that you write the main idea of the thread in the title. So this is not just called [Rings] .
It's more like..:

[KF] [Rings] New Rings for level X

This is a big advantage so that we know for which game and what the idea is about, but also other players.

2.2 The content:

So you have the headline now. Now it is time to formulate.
It is impossible to summarize a completely elaborated idea in one or two normal sentences. So think again exactly what the idea is about and what exactly it should achieve. Above all: Why should you take over the idea?
Then explain in several sentences what you have imagined exactly, so that other users can imagine everything exactly the same as you.
So that it is more descriptive, you could also give some additional examples. Finally, you might want to think about possible positive/negative consequences that you might be able to name.

You did all this? Then all you have to do is click "submit" and voila: You've posted your idea. Now you have to wait for reactions. Once the first answers to the topic have been created, it's time to stay objective and stick to the forum rules when discussing the idea.

Otherwise, happy ideas

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