So that you guys could do a memorial thread one day

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As for memorials, I think it'd definitely be best to Animal Crossing Nook Miles Ticket limit them somehow. While they do not both me in the smallest and obviously people who post them don't mean them to be bothering, you kind of need to appeal to the minority as these images could be very upsetting for some people so it's better to have any repairs.

It'd just be good for transparency and means that anyone new to the game will not think they can do things in-game that actually are not possible and then be let down.

I believe that a spoiler label will be great, especially since we're approaching one year at the match. People have already begun posting things about how horrible the eggs in rabbit day were, and it is not fair to newer players that havent seen bunny day (or whatever thing) yet.

I concur about adding dialogue in low attempt article ban. I am really tired of all the gravy licking articles.

posts. All these are becoming more common and they're becoming so dull. Honestly, I dont care if you restart your island or not.

I honestly think that a lot of the rules are fine, but have a few suggestions. Allow me to start this off by stating my reddit account might not have been created quite a while before, but lurked this sub with no account since like october. I believe reposts are kind of a problem here, but I know on some subreddits such as repostsleuthbot mechanically checks ifI believe that you guys should follow other subreddits' examples and do daily/weekly tacky posts on particular subjects. For example the WoW subreddit does a monday thread for match questions, a brag thread, etc., even the unresolved mysteries subreddit does so with a meta monday and stuff.

So that you guys could do a memorial thread one day a week, a fashionista thread the following day per week, a'look what I got' day, and a edited screenshot day. Usually bots/auto-moderators can be set up to perform this if a mod does not wish to perform it themselves.

This way the most contentious articles: memorials, generic outfit spam,'check this out villager/item I got', and edited screenshots are all relegated to their own space where individuals who wish to view them may, while the most important subreddit focuses on Animal Crossing Items For Sale other things. Keeping the threads on a cycle and removing/posting/stickying new ones can ensure they stay fresh and individuals continue to make use of them.


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