I answered that polling is in the core of OSRS

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After running during the survey Jagex definitely is apparently operating solo on this one. No third party company would Old School RuneScape Gold allow participants directly enter in their contact information (because it would mean they would lose your business for their client [not a nefarious thing]) and also the only part I found rather strange was that the telephone number request at the conclusion. I'd have substituted that using a check box for recontacting and pipe-in the email that you could optionally have set in sooner for confirmation. I think you're fine answering this survey if you have privacy issues because essentially all information is unknown and it is using an industry-standard platform of Qualtrics. Jagex probably doesn't have market study ISO certificates but this is a quick annual survey so they would not need to have any.

I hope this feedback encourages the team to earn polls more concentrated to the viewers who actively participate in the content they're polling, or use them as an advisory tool rather than a judgment. It would be interesting if they reveal a few of the outcomes of this survey. I answered the opposite, that polling is in the crux of OSRS and they need to stick with it. For clarity, I answered that polling is in the core of OSRS. The poll system empowers the whole playerbase to open freeform discussion on the proposed changes/additions created to Runescape itself and it is absolutely a great way to collect feedback and people opinion on something. With that said, I don't believe the current format meets the best interests of Runescape.

I don't believe the participant base is particularly great at determining which content, based on merit, is good for the health and integrity of Runescape long term. According to polling, the neighborhood liked 6hr NMZ but it was significant to remove. Players do not vote for any modifications which make things tougher for them personally but over time which becomes a negative as content becomes easier and achievements are diluted, these can very minor but easily accumulate.

Another illustration is PvP and PK related changes that are voted against. People even voted against allowing pures wear lucky chaps, despite being able to wear the normal variations. The only effect of this to accounts that were normal would have been to slightly increase the need and therefore improve profits from clue scrolls. This isn't an illustration of polling fulfilling with the interests of Runescape, it is just a meme of not enjoying pures. If we just see updates which match the exact same 75 percent of people every time that the remaining 25 percent become increasingly marginalised, which isn't a good balance when people 75/25 are apparently so frequently the very same people.

Not everyone will make sound choices while voting, or create the"right" alternative. If literally everyone made the most informed, most goal voting options. The United States would not have. Nothing more, real world example of Buy RuneScape 2007 Gold voting. Our voting system is not ideal, but we all got to make sure we do not end up shoved down RS3 players throats. Our throats. There are unquestionably improves that could be made that don't endanger it though (which are not being achieved or attempted).