Thanks. This wasn't available when I looked a few days ago.
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@CNJL It should, but honestly with the way that they have botched what was such a simple and usable friend/blacklist system for the sake of replacing it with XBox Live integration, it is hard to be 100% on that.
Yeah it definitely shows that Microsoft hacked in its own friends management system. It's nowhere near this clunky on JP. (I'm also hugely disappointed with how friend requests are one-way, have to be initiated by both consenting parties, and can't be declined for weirdos.)
Thanks for your input! I'll continue to Xbox Live-block players, hope that the blocklist guide gets updated, and keep an eye out for any spammy symbol art that doesn't go away.
@CNJL Blocking or muting a player through XBox Live essentially triggers the game's underlying Blacklist flags, so you can't see anything they chat out and they cannot directly join your party.
Does this also block symbol art?
I hope a moderator can see this and update the help page to reflect the up-to-date steps required to block someone.
Does the Xbox Live "block" function block text and symbol arts in PSO2? I am aware of an individual symbol art blacklist but my hope is that by blocking a player I never have to see their art again.
Still considering Gaming is my biggest pass time, I usually buy the game and any season pass that I feel really adds to the game, or if I I have faith in the company and wish to support it (as I did here buying 2 founders/regol). Other than that it really does't feel right supporting the ac tickets and premium.
When the fresh find shop and mission pass are tradeable then I might consider buying it out of my own free will and not because I had a few passes to begin with. You make a good point. Considering there is a lot of content we will not see, Eventually they will run out of content for the mission passes and will have to reuse some of the stuff. http://www.bumped.org/psublog/pso2-jp-ac-scratch-directory/
Oh yeah I totally forgot about items coming back into circulation. One thing that irritated me about non-tradable items was the pressure to buy something because you can't have a change of heart later and buy it from someone else. Re-circulation of scratch items makes me feel better about not going for something the first time it's in circulation.
I definitely agree with you that it doesn't feel right supporting AC tickets since I don't like gambling. And yeah if I don't like a company and don't have faith in it then it doesn't matter if I win the lottery, they won't get my cash.
Looking at you, Nexon.
Now that I've played the game for a few weeks and have some sense of how many Star Gems we get I feel a little better about the price of the Mission Pass. I think I'll be able to earn passes I like without real-world currency, and maybe once in a while I'll spend real-world currency to get something from the Fresh Finds shop.
Hi, I'd like to block some players in-game that spam inappropriate symbol art. The guide for adding someone to your block list (https://pso2.com/manual/communication/blacklist) doesn't work.
I'm on PC and these are the options under Communication when I select a player (in person or from Nearby Characters or from my Communication Log):
Is there a way to block a particular player's symbol art?
This is the one game where I value blacklist over others because of how disruptive symbol art can be. The problem is that certain players spam hate / porn and the sensible thing to do is to block the player, and not have to repeatedly block their slightly-updated nude.
This feature was available in JP (you could block all text from a player by right-clicking them) but:
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What am I looking for? The part that says "expired"? That's your premium subscription that's expired.
This person says they haven't played in a year, and if so they should have 0 SG because SG expires one year after it's purchased or earned.
It's a weapon camo for swords, partizans, and sabers. It's also from an FFXIV crossover so it seems like a good candidate for PSO2NA. I found out about FFXIV in 2013 when I was running something in the Forest area and Odin spawned as an Emergency Code. Yes, I saw Odin in PSO2 first.
Since then I fell in love with the weapon camo, started playing FFXIV, became a Paladin main, and now exclusively use Zantetsuken and an invisible shield. Real tanks hold big swords with one hand thankyouverymuch. GIV BAK ZANTETSUKEN PLS.