That's fair. I love PSO2 as well. It's just disheartening to see people being discouraged from posting due to negativity. Which is why I support you making people understand each other, because that will retain any negativity from seeping. My concern is that the forums are being used for voicing concerns, and only that, and not to post as a community. (Notice how some sections are not used as much as general) Yet, I also think GM management could be doing a better job with this as well. For example, I think getting players to focus on daily tasks / accomplishments can help us keep our minds clear. It seems the concerns are mostly what get threads going, or at least, any thread that gets people to argue. The easiest example is 'Ray vs Saiki?', and I'm not saying it's bad to make this thread, just saying that is the type of topic one must make to garner any interest, which reflects what Penndragon said, it feels like people looking to argue, rather than naturally posting. (Although this could also be wrong, but it's still a feeling) Now, this all comes from my different view of forums, I want it to be a place where people just discuss, even with a stranger. (Which is something I'm accustomed to, yet I also discuss things with friends, but not all my friends would be playing PSO2, so it's nice to speak about the game with fellow PSO2 lovers) In the end, I see less concerns being brought up on PSO-World for the JP version with the latest content, so I hope things should be the same for us at the end of the year.