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yeet

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    I enjoy memes and swearing. That's about it.

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  1. And as I pointed out, some users, myself included, tend to set up and post their auctions too fast to actually heed the warning. I do understand the stance this rule is taking, I just think it might be a little too draconian. I also understand that the specific system I suggested might not be the best, but I still posted it because I feel like it might at least spark a debate about the current state of auctions.
  2. And yes, I understand this suggestion is far from perfect, but I don't really have enough experience running virtual item auctions to come up with a perfectly foolproof idea. Sorry in advance if it seems stupid, just thought I'd share something that's been on my mind since I really started getting into auctions.
  3. What I'm thinking here is adding the ability to prematurely cancel auctions for whatever reason, be it because the user is suffering from spammy bids (Like a certain incident a while back when the prices for the Genuine Tomb Raider promo items had remained un-updated by the pricing system and thus could be bid at much higher value than they actually held and leading to frustration when a high-value auction ends up bought out with a handful of Tomb Readers') or they made a terrible error when creating the auction (Because some people, myself included, just want to get the auction going and just start it too fast.) at the cost of, say, becoming temporarily unable to create auctions for a set number of times based on how many times they cancelled an auctions. (Thinking about 30 minutes for the first offense, doubling for each time and capped at 72 hours. As an example, the First cancel would prevent them from creating another auction for a half hour, the next cancel would give them a full hour penalty, followed by 2 hours, then 4, et cetera up to 72 hours. Another idea for this would be a sort of "good behavior" bonus, dictated mainly by how many successful auctions the user has created which, among other things, would either reduce or delay the next penalty the user receives. I already know one of the auction rules state that the staff can't cancel auctions by requests but frankly that's only a big deal because users don't have the means to do it on their own. TL;DR let us cancel auctions with a cooldown timer to prevent abuse
  4. or do what I used to do and use an android emulator (or iOS emulator if you're so inclined) and one of those free temporary SMS numbers. of course once the number you pick goes premium you're SOL but it should work fine as long as nothing goes wrong with your login. if you want to try it I'd recommend anything but bluestacks.
  5. 3183 hours. I've probably gotten around 20 hat drops, with my most recent one dropping last night. (I also got 2 Blood Bankers from drops back when they were worth a key)
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