this is just 1 of many examples of support, doing its job. i know that sometimes when you people harass support, then support doesn't "help" the harassers, however, i think this is just a good example of how haypi as a community was willing to jump in and help 1 another. this is how haypi USED to be, and this is how haypi CAN BE, if everyone would would stop expecting things (skills, knowledge, coins, a silver plate) to just be handed to them. if we work together, as a community, then haypi can become like it used to be. not in the sense of the game, but in the sense of the community. players just have to be willing to stop complaining on the public forums about matters that don't need to be publicly displayed. even bashing haypi in front of the public, MAY influence a small handful of people, but the majority who aren't petty, wont be quite so influenced.
i don't want to be "two-faced" and say that i agree with everything haypi does (because i don't agree with EVERYTHING), but i do want to say that enough is enough. haypi is receiving (more and more every time i get on) too much criticism for their actions. some of their actions you may not agree with, but the criticism you give, usually goes too far.
i guess what im saying is, if you are reading this, you are probably a regular on the forums, however, if you aren't, please don't be like many of the whinny little kids who get on and create a forum account just to publicly announce they don't like support. IT IS EMBARRASSING. some things they need to, and will, fix. but until it is fixed, you should handle it in private. posting on the forums just to try and EMBARRASS support, is humiliating. please don't do it. learn and look at this really simple example of support, being just that... support.
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