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  1. So I've started wondering... the suggestions have been remodeled on the official forums so that people could vote for them. But there is never an incentive (for instance in the weekly community crunch) to look for them, browse them, vote for them. As a result, the number of votes is low compared to how many people play this game daily. I've mentioned several times on Twitter that a good way to show that the Ark devs care about those suggestions would be to highlight a handful each week in the Community Crunch (one suggestion would never be allowed to be twice, and being part of the highlights would NOT be an indicator that they are favored by the devs). Ced said he'd look into doing that. Never happened since. Which, ok, you do you. It was just a suggestion about the suggestions, right ? Nothing mandatory. Except nothing at all has been done. Nothing has been announced about any of suggestions that gained a lot of votes. Have they not reached enough votes ? What's the minimum amount of votes for a suggestion to be put on the map for future updates or content ? If a suggestion has a lot of votes but is not doable in the foreseeable future, will you tell us or let us guess ? Isn't it time to do *something* about that ? Some feedback about our feedback ? Is it worth reading them ? Is it worth voting for them ? Is it worth coming up with them ? Is it worth trying to take part in this exercise at all ? When we try to tell you how to solve some of the problems we have, are we actually screaming into the void ? At the end of the day, it's not so much feeling like a way to communicate, but like an empty gesture. I don't get why you people have such a hard time with a bit of transparency. This is a dinosaur game, not the nuclear codes. Especially on a slow week with no major announcement, giving us a bit of insight about the inner workings of tools you have yourself put in place would really go a long way.
  2. I don't like deathworms but I don't see any inconvenient to being able to tame one, if the cost is high enough. I'm not sure about moving underground though, but just in case it's doable, upvoted.
  3. I was thinking about the recent @complexminded "Weigh in" poll about Legacy & new modes. Somehow it's always been assumed that new modes are for PvP, about competitiveness, about fighting. It's just the parameters that change, but never the basis for those new servers. Yet during the latest Twitch livestream, I'm pretty sure I heard the devs say that there are more PvE than PvP players (I'm not picking up a fight, bear with me). So why not come up with a new system that adds to PvE and (potentially but not necessarily) opens up possibilities of a new game mode if the devs deem it worthwhile ? In PvE, cooperation is more common than (duh) in PvP, because we lose nothing from others succeeding at taming or breeding or building or doing bosses. But what if there was an incentive for it, that also added challenge to players ? What if game mechanics could prove useful for players who want to semi-RP or RP ? So here's the idea : introducing professions. It could be something you pick at lvl 1 and that only a mindwipe would get rid of, but it could also very well be something that is determined by the engrams you unlock. Both systems could work imho. Basically you could decide to specialize in some activities, that would give you an individual boost. Better farming rates for the Farmer. Better mutations chances for the Breeder. More melee per level for Mercenaries. That improvement would not be server-wide, but also not tribe-wide, really depending on your own choices, making your character progression unique. Nothing would be impossible to you (the game is still a sandbox where you can do whatever you like), you just benefit from specializing in some things. That would also come with weaknesses, so different people or tribes would work together ; for instance a Crafter makes amazing saddles & tools out of BPs, but benefits from the help of a Soldier as an escort to do bosses. You get the idea. Simply told, it could just make people see their game differently, try different combinations, cooperate more. It's very compatible with server-wide economy. It could also prove a nicely flexible depending on the kind of player you are (not able to invest dozens of hours per week ? become a Merchant, move into a shop designed by a Mayor, and just trade stuff when you're ingame, don't worry about keeping a base from despawning). Plus, some people just don't like some aspects of the game but enjoy others, and specializing can turn that into a plus. There's also the replayability factor, of course. I don't necessarily have all the details ironed out, though obviously I have more examples in mind There's a lot of wiggle room for the devs to implement something fun, flexible, but compatible with what's already in the game. I just feel like it could be cool and would expand the possibilities of Ark, even after all these years.
  4. What used to be a bug has become so commonplace that we often forget that... no, it's not really normal to have rain inside a building. Upvoted.
  5. Very happy about this map (I've been playing it for months on the Workshop... I still can't tell what my favorite biome is) and this new d(e)ino. And I'm so happy it's breedable, the color regions look cool af and getting a few mutated puppies might look really awesome. Hoping we get to hear the "making of" for its sound effects !
  6. So the dangers on this map are only coming from Titans roaming the land ? That sounds like a map you can only play late game.
  7. The suggestion to add Prim+ assets to basegame could maybe be of interest to you, especially since it already has so many votes already (and a dev has past ties to Prim+). This being said, more stuff from S+ deserved to be added to the Homestead update, that's for sure.
  8. Hold the phone, you breed the griff in vanilla...?
  9. Upvoted. I'm a color coding addict and it pains me so much not to be able to color code my fridges or preserving bins. What gives, WildCard ? For functionality alone this is a must have.
  10. The very nature of Ark makes playing on a server a community experience, especially for PvE people. Ark is a game that insist on making you spend hours building, taming, breeding, etc. Legacy players don't even have the "luxury" of server hopping, they're all in this together, days in days out. After trying to play on a "regular" PvE server where people turned out to be nasty af, I moved to play on a Legacy PVE Rag server for hundreds of hours. I loved the people there. Some left, some stayed, of course, but there was a real spirit of community because there was just this map, and there was just us. Some of the veterans on the server ended up serving as unofficial admins (welcoming new people, giving them tips, helping them find a place to set up camp, helping them as they learned their way around, intervening in disputes, etc.). Legacy people do fine without the official support, but their isolation also makes them the less toxic communities of Ark. Something many other servers could learn from. To me, Legacy is the epitome of what Ark should be in PvE. I left for unofficial because after a while, vanilla is just painful. The problem was the lack of mods and the lousy rates. Aside from that, Legacy is honestly the best way to play Ark imho, especially for newcomers.
  11. I'm not sure I want ALL of these but I sure want to see the oceans improved and you bring up excellent points. I hadn't spend a lot of time in the water so far and last week a friend accompanied me to tame my first mosa on Rag. I was so happy with it, I went "cool, now that I have this bada** beast, I want to go sightseeing in the ocean ! What are the cool landmarks around here ?". There was nothing to see for miles... So yeah, upvoted, even though some of that stuff sounds a bit out there for me (water wyverns ? meh). Also, allow me to pimp my own suggestion for a leeds TLC.
  12. I think it's WildCard's way of nerfing the acquisition of otters because they know we're all nuts about them But yeah, the taming experience can be needlessly painful. Upvoted.
  13. Upvoted, because more building options is always better. And I'll add that as a PvE player I could do with greenhouse glass gates for beautification purposes.
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