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Looking And Leaving.

Posted by Taipu1 , Sep 07 2009 · 105 views

General Bionicle
Okay, just a little opinion of mine:

I was reading this topic just now, and I want to put a comment about it here as well. Looking and Leaving is Okay, right? And generally no one really knows when you've done it, unless there monitoring their topic 24/7. Anyway if your looking and leaving, I feel you should be consistant.

Taking the example of the BBC forum, like in the above topic. Say you take a look at someones MOC. They're a bit of a noob, and its a standard inika build, with a bit of a rubbish colour scheme. You Look and you leave. Then you come across a new MoC done by one of BZPowers most sucessfull MOCers. Its a hot topic, with over 50 comments already, and you just have to post:

"OMG!! That is totally awesome! Can you add more pictures, can you addd instructions?"

How does this help them in anyway. Todays best MOCers know they're awesome, if its a smallish MOC, they'll probably add instruction when first posting the topic. Basically, your feedback wouldn't make much difference to them. Whereas if you gave feed back on the noobs topic, they're more likely to appreciate it, and make better MOCs in future. Why should the quality of something posted affect whether you look and leave or not?

Opinion over...

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I agree.
I've heard so many people say things like that, but very few seem to act on it.

'Pineapple (The Tropical Fruit)
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Post in whatever you want, it doesn't matter.
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I just started my new Moc topic in BBC. Its already gone off the front page, with 30 views but no replies. No one is going to post in it now its on the second page. And I put ages into making both the MOCs and setting up the topic itself. Nice to know peoples work is appreciated this days...
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