Discussion in 'Comments & Suggestions' started by zico82, Sep 29, 2003.
please forgive my ignorance, hod do i get qwell
so the more i post or reply the more qwell i get ?
so how many posts do i need to do to start being able to afford some weapons, and then going on to challenge
I think the rate is 15 qwell/per post. So you need around 50 posts for a 800 qwell item.
Yeah everything has a price so check it out and start posting.
Where do you buy things with your qwell? I don't get this battling with weapons thing and magic. I think I have a good amount of qwell so where do I buy?
You have 120 qwell at this time. You need to goto the locations link in the rpg area if you have created a character and goto the shop and buy items.
Thanks boom, I figured it out and spent about 1500 of my qwell already. Thats why I only have 120. I still have to figure out how to fight people. But thanks.
You just challenge them.
Why does my "Qwell" thing appear to be zero even though I've posted?
I have answered this question already. It is in the questions area.
Look, I'll go look there again, but I looked before posting this and couldn't find it.
I understand this is your board so you can do what you want...but dismissing a newbie's question (no matter how annoying it is) isn't very nice, or welcoming to the newbie.
maybe having a set of mods to answer these questions for you (so you don't get so frustrated doing it over and over again) would help...
But it makes me feel that you're being hostile, which doesn't do a good job of welcoming me to this board.
If you've answered the question already at the VERY LEAST you should post a link to WHERE You answered the question since it's not always easy to find things on a message board.
And you found the post in the questions area. All you really needed to do was use the search function at the top of the boards and do a search for it and you would have been all set. No hostility meant but next time do a search before asking. And I did not dismiss your question I just stated I answered it in the Questions area and you found it. No need to put up a stink about it.
I did find it after I knew it was there for sure, though I didn't find it the first time I looked.
And since both of these threads are dedicated to the same topic, it wasn't unreasonable for me to post here even if I hadn't looked for the other thread.
I'm not trying to put up a stink. Sure it was easy to find the thread when I knew where to look, but the simple task of providing a link, or in just re-answering the question does a heck of a lot more to make a Newbie feel welcome.
The thing is Nerde is that you already knew how to use a board since you are a member at TTF.
I DO know how to use a board, but that doesn't mean it's not hard to find things in the mess of threads on a forum.
And each board is different.
I may be familiar with VB, but that doesn't mean that I'm completely familiar with TFF.
The thing is, it's not a very welcoming attitude to shoo a newbie off to some random thread without so much as a link, or to just flat out not answer their question merely because it's been asked before.
Each newbie question is new to them. They haven't asked it a million times, though you may have answered it more than that.
Maybe they couldn't find the answer, or maybe they didn't look, but either way, it's not a great way to welcome them to a forum to act as if you can't be bothered to offer them a brief explanation, no matter HOW many times you've answered it before.
Or at the VERY least to send them off to the thread where you did answer it with a link. It only takes a minute to find the link. You know where it is, you posted there.
Open a new window, find the link, copy and paste it.
Not that much more energy on your part, and it could mean a world of difference to a newbie when deciding if this forum is one they want to stay at.
Are you really going to keep putting up a stink about this or are you going to move on?
1) I'm not putting up a stink. That implies that I'm starting something just to start something. I genuinely have an issue with this problem.
2) I'm satisfied with our MSN convo on the subject and will discuss it no further in this forum.
There really was no need to post in here. The conversation was over days ago.
just answer the question. No need to dismiss off other people who are just trying to get some answers so they can understand how things work in your forum. This type of attitude will make you lose members to your forum. Just my 2 cents.
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