Then there's the issue of determining what is new?


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I usually think spoiler tags are absurd, but you'd want to go further than simply time travel in the event that you really wanted to Animal Crossing Items prevent spoiling things people have not seen yet. All out of current season content will require a tag weather it's an old picture from your image library or a fresh picture from time traveling will show new gamers thing they haven't already seen. Plus things like the latest direct video clips would need tagging since it reveals new content before anyone gets a chance to see it in-game.

I really don't see any issue with memorials. I believe remembering your loved ones is amazing and should not be judged as something dark or scary.

I really don't think spoiler tags for content that has been in the sport since launch is fair. Once the game is out its out. Anything found in the game after that is fair for seeing. As far as New Horizons proceed, how will spoilers for content even work when there are two hemispheres and several time zones? When things and events turn into naturally offered in a particular timezone outside of the US, if person be downvoted for what is rightfully available to them? Northern players such as spoiled things all year for southern hemisphere players rather than a word was said about it. Yet when northern hemisphere players have been spoiled about literally anything you never hear the end of this. Southern hemisphere gamers had been admonished all summer since we obviously had snow. Yet few whined about all of the summertime things that northern hemisphere gamers would flaunt. How is that fair?

Then there's the issue of determining what is new? How long would we need to use spoilers? When exactly does new content prevent being'fresh' and for that? Using the southern hemisphere again a good example, snow by mid-July was not new for us.

Perhaps spoiler tags ought to be encouraged, but I don't think they should be a mandatory rule.

I would just like to say that I like memorial posts. I like making a safe space for individuals to discuss their heart and grief with us. I believe that for someone who doesn't know the rules to log on and be exposed to then get their post taken down or not accepted would result in further isolation and harm.

Should you need to change anything, maybe you could add flair to memorial posts to serve as a cause warning to cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells people who've unhealed hurt and prefer to skip past those posts.

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