Does the Mutes Work? Welcome to the first part of my series on questions for the community. It is possible to discuss any topic and voice your opinion about it by starting a few threads RuneScape 2007 Gold. This episode is focused on the punishment system in the game as well as its shortcomings. The next time, I'll talk about the economy of the game and the ways players can influence the game's economy. Let's begin. What is a "mute?"? Well, a mutes is the punishment that is given to a person if they have broken the law to the degree that action has to be taken against them. Let's get to the point that is punishment.
For a wide range of reasons, punitive actions are possible. Most common are the censorship of advertising and discussing controversial topics. What do they serve? They are supposed to be used to stop another instance of rule-breaking in the community, and also to allow the player to reflect on their actions and decide whether they would repeat the same mistake. Does this have the desired effect? They do not.
Muting is a problem because the majority of players don't consider it a serious issue or utilize it in the right manner. If someone is honest, players will begin to complain, rant and plot revenge. Quickchat will be an additional issue. Quickchat was created with two reasons in mind.
The first is to assist users display messages faster, and the second to allow those who are not able to talk normally. Yes, communicate normally. Many people don't realize that people who are muted have the same speech freedom rights as those who aren't OSRS Gold For Sale. Even though they're unable to explain complex issues, they can still communicate fluently and naturally and can be a danger to others.