Lodge all your complaints with this game on Feb 10

  • CMC
    February 10 on twitch tv, the following game designers will be streaming and answering questions live:

    -Wyatt Cheng, Senior Technical Game Designer
    -Travis Day, Game Designer
    -Don Vu, Associate Game Designer
    -Brandy "Nevalistis" Camel, Community Manager

    http://us.battle.net/d3/en/blog/17635814/tavern-talk-seasons-join-us-february-10-on-twitch-1-21-2015
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    I am personally going to vent months of frustration and pure unadulterated rage on the state of this game. Especially Don Vu and the miserable state that wizards are in right now. In a respectful tone of course since I want them to listen.

    If enough of us swarm the twitch chats, maybe they can fix some of the most glaring issues with this game right now: trials, auto health pots, 500 bloodshard cap, awful class balance, etc.
  • 02/07/2015 01:37 PMPosted by CMC
    If enough of us swarm the twitch chats, maybe they can fix some of the most glaring issues with this game right now: trials, auto health pots, 500 bloodshard cap, awful class balance, etc.


    We're already collecting questions right now (you can submit a question by commenting here or by tweeting @Diablo using the #D3QA hashtag) and will be taking questions live from Twitch chat, as well. As fair warning, this particular Tavern Talk is focused on Seasons, so the majority of questions will also be focused on that topic.

    If you decide to participate in chat, great! We just ask that you remain civil and avoid spamming. On that note, "swarming" is probably one of the worst things you can do, too, since that all does is flood chat, causing your questions and other players' questions to move by so quickly that those of us moderating are unable to pull them to be answered. :(

    As some have already noted, we do actively moderate Twitch chat during livestreams. So, full disclosure: profanity, harassment, and spamming will lead to a time-out, or an outright ban from the channel if the behavior is severe enough or persists for long enough period of time. Asking hard questions or expressing dissent is totally fine, though. Just be respectful, towards those on stream and everyone else hanging out in chat, and you'll find yourself a welcomed participant.

    TL;DR: I hope to see you and many others in chat this Tuesday!