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Questions that may not necessarily have a clear-cut right or wrong answer and are often subjective. If your question isn't a bug report, feature request, or request for assistance, or question with a concrete answer, it's probably a discussion.

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Thanks for all the well-wishes! I'm not one for long speeches (most of the time), so I'll try to keep it short and sweet. Hi, everyone! I'm V2Blast (sometimes shortened to "V2"). I use he/him pronouns …
answered Aug 31 '21 by V2BlastStaffMod
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RPG.SE: Make it possible for RPG system tags to always appear first, and display them in a special color There are two features I think RPG.SE would really benefit from (that would likely also benefit …
answered Aug 1 '21 by V2BlastStaffMod
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No, we shouldn't. Ultimately, we should be voting on things based on the quality/usefulness of that question itself - not based on the reputation the user gains from that post, or based on how other p …
answered Nov 13 '19 by V2BlastStaffMod
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Congrats and welcome to both of you! As a semi-new CM myself, I'm glad to see the company continuing to hire more CMs and invest in the community. I'm sure Cesar is happy to have an actual team workin …
answered Oct 28 '21 by V2BlastStaffMod
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Tons of people have said it already... But you will be missed, Shog9. I know we didn't interact much since the relatively short time since I was elected as a mod on RPG.SE, but I learned a lot from y …
answered Jan 13 '20 by V2BlastStaffMod
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As far as I know, there are no publicly stated rules regarding this issue (as of the time of posting). As such, the decision to feature or unfeature a post on a Meta site is left entirely in the hands …
answered Jan 16 '20 by V2BlastStaffMod
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This answer is largely copied from my answer to another related question: To improve the community I'm a part of. The direct incentive is clear: to help others with their questions, and be helped with …
answered Nov 7 '19 by V2BlastStaffMod
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Congrats, Glorfindel! I'm a little surprised it's taken so long, honestly. I always see you around here, and your contributions have been invaluable. It's definitely well-deserved, and I know you'll d …
answered Jun 19 '21 by V2BlastStaffMod
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To improve the communities you're a part of. The direct incentive is clear: to help others with their questions, and be helped with yours. It's pretty much the same incentive you have on any Q&A websi …
answered Oct 29 '19 by V2BlastStaffMod
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Congrats, Cesar! It's been a pleasure working with you. Your guidance was very helpful in getting me up to speed as a community manager here. Your new title is well-earned! I'm looking forward to you …
answered Oct 26 '21 by V2BlastStaffMod
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Yes, generally speaking. The title of a question is just a summary of the primary question. If the body of the question changes enough to change the focus of that primary question, the title may need …
answered Aug 31 '19 by V2BlastStaffMod