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Jarl_Baalin

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  1. Thank you, I really appreciate your reply, that was a nice read. I will definitively keep in mind that using hypothetical examples and taking positions isn't the best way to start a conversation. Normally when I do this, I use a lot of body language which people get (It works well at work when talking to the boss for example. It's a way to place the boss in the workers shoe). But few gets it in text form, like you. I will make use of your tips next time and I sincerely, personally and actually mean that. I said earlier that I agree with the current system after hearing the others stories. It seems that the current systems creates fewer but stronger bonds. And also, sure it might not work for some, but it works for people like you, and you are someone who actually wants to talk and find friends. It is probably smarter to let the system compliment that instead of people who don't want to find friends. Thank you, I really appreciate your reply, that was a nice read. I will definitively keep in mind that using hypothetical examples and taking positions isn't the best way to start a conversation. Normally when I do this, I use a lot of body language which people get (It works well at work when talking to the boss for example. It's a way to place the boss in the workers shoe). But few gets it in text form, like you. I will make use of your tips next time and I sincerely, personally and actually mean that. I said earlier that I agree with the current system after hearing the others stories. It seems that the current systems creates fewer but stronger bonds. And also, sure it might not work for some, but it works for people like you, and you are someone who actually wants to talk and find friends. It is probably smarter to let the system compliment that instead of people who don't want to find friends. Thank you, I really appreciate your reply, that was a nice read. I will definitively keep in mind that using hypothetical examples and taking positions isn't the best way to start a conversation. Normally when I do this, I use a lot of body language which people get (It works well at work when talking to the boss for example. It's a way to place the boss in the workers shoe). But few gets it in text form, like you. I will make use of your tips next time and I sincerely, personally and actually mean that. I said earlier that I agree with the current system after hearing the others stories. It seems that the current systems creates fewer but stronger bonds. And also, sure it might not work for some, but it works for people like you, and you are someone who actually wants to talk and find friends. It is probably smarter to let the system compliment that instead of people who don't want to find friends. Thank you, I really appreciate your reply, that was a nice read. I will definitively keep in mind that using hypothetical examples and taking positions isn't the best way to start a conversation. Normally when I do this, I use a lot of body language which people get (It works well at work when talking to the boss for example. It's a way to place the boss in the workers shoe). But few gets it in text form, like you. I will make use of your tips next time and I sincerely, personally and actually mean that. I said earlier that I agree with the current system after hearing the others stories. It seems that the current systems creates fewer but stronger bonds. And also, sure it might not work for some, but it works for people like you, and you are someone who actually wants to talk and find friends. It is probably smarter to let the system compliment that instead of people who don't want to find friends.
  2. Hey thank you very much! The irony. Show me where I gaslighted you. And yes, my posts are unedited because I'm not trying to trick anyone, unlike you.
  3. Add the comments because I got no idea what you are talking about. In my OP, I'm explaining the question and setting it up for discussion. Sentence #1 is an example, #2 is what I think the current system does, #3 is to deviate people from saying "its just you who are obnoxious", #4 is adding to what I think. There isn't a you problem at all here. In fact, I'm not saying there is a problem, I'm asking if I'm on to something. You and @Tesseract7777 on the other hand have labeled me as insecure and implied that I only think with my feelings and that my supposed solution is wrong etc. when that is not the case at all. You have only bloated the whole thread with crap while I tried to discuss with the others who in fact made me think otherwise (which you still don't understand).
  4. No, please explain. I want to know how I made you get the wrong impression so that I can create better posts in the future.
  5. I think I could have worded my OP much better because I don't think you understand the purpose of this post at all. I'm opening up a discussion and I have put some theories in the OP of why I think the question in the title might be the case, thats why open up with an example, what I think and my experience with other games. @trunks013 and others have mentioned that they have met fantastic people because of the current system, this means that how it is now could be impacting the community positively, and @Hypernaut1 mentioned something which makes me think the question is something else.. Please stop thinking that I'm some insecure guy who wants to change the game. Read my post carefully. Anyway this thread is now bloated.
  6. I think this probably answers the question. It's not the matchmaking, it's because there is so much more to do now.. Maybe people talk less when they know they will be leaving after the mission.
  7. Well in a way I guess. It was to give more perspective, but if it sounded like a solution then I'm sorry. I guess everyone assumes people create suggestions on this forum automatically. If I had a suggestion, it would be to make the recent players list less tiresome to open, but I like yours too That is how it would be if it was automatic. Let's say you meet a girl on the bus have a nice conversation. Then suddenly your stop is next and you have to go. Then you kind of have a reason to stop the conversation and maybe you can ask for a friend request (number)? But if this was like Warframe, you would both leave at the same stop and she would suddenly turn a 180 at you. I don't think it's appropriate to ask for her number then.
  8. No its what I think, it's not my solution. I just wanted to open a discussion about it.
  9. You think I got social anxiety even though in the OP I mentioned that I have multiple friends in other games AND that I have opened up a very sensitive topic to the whole community. Keep your prejudice to yourself, besides I'm not explicitly talking about myself, I'm talking about what I think could be a downside to the current matchmaking.
  10. As I said in the OP, I don't have this problem in other games. This is something I've never experienced, people always leave. I think this is what the developers think is how it goes, but I think that it has the opposite effect.
  11. An example would be that you are playing with someone and you are enjoying it because they seem to be like minded. But then after the match, they just leave. Are you likely to contact this person if they just left you? I think that if leaving matchmaking was automatic, then there would be no doubts and you would have more confidence in contacting and asking for another match. But of course, it could be that I'm obnoxious and that everyone just dislike me, but no one has told me yet. Though I think that people just leave groups because they are so used to it. To add to my theory, my friend list in games like CSGO, WoW and LoL are huge compared to Warframe. In these games, you can easily send a friend request and if they respond, then there is absolutely no doubts to stop you from talking and playing together. Am I on to something here?
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