**RESOLVED ISSUE WITH SIDE QUEST KEYS**
The game team has resolved this issue. Keys will be distributed via in-game messages and the quest timer will be extended.
More information and timeline here.
*This includes currently unclaimable keys as well*
**WINTER OF WOE - BONUS OBJECTIVE POINT**
As previously announced, the team will be distributing an additional point toward milestones to anyone who completed the Absorbing Man fight in the first step of the Winter of Woe.
This point will be distributed at a later time as it requires the team to pull and analyze data.
The timeline has not been set, but work has started.

Rank down tickets for Zemo and Kraven…

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Comments

  • ButtehrsButtehrs Posts: 4,496 ★★★★★

    Buttehrs said:

    Boy, you sure can tell how the majority of yall weren't around for the 12.0 update. And you guys would definitely hate losing your Hercules crutches and actually have to play the game.

    Things this thread is about:
    Zemo ✅
    Kraven ✅
    Root ✅
    The 12.0 Update ❌
    Hercules ❌
    No, it's everyone upset about a bug being fixed. Yall really thought being able to prevent sps just by using root was supposed to happen?
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 36,094 ★★★★★
    Yeah, this is becoming disrespectful.
    It's also not going to change anything. The Devs themselves sent a message saying only one Champ is getting Tickets. So arguing with other Players isn't going to change things.
    It's entirely up to whether they change their minds or not, but either way, tearing each other apart in the comments isn't helping.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 36,094 ★★★★★
    It's not that random. Anyone who frequents the Forum is aware of it.
    I think it's getting more hate than necessary. Granted, they've had issues keeping it updated, and it's been a work in progress, however it's what we asked for.
    Players have been asking for years for a place to post issues that are being reported or investigated. This was an effort to accommodate that.
    You know, communication slipping is one thing. I respect when people point that out. It's another to berate the efforts they actually make. Regardless of your feelings, they're still putting in effort.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 36,094 ★★★★★

    It's not that random. Anyone who frequents the Forum is aware of it.
    I think it's getting more hate than necessary. Granted, they've had issues keeping it updated, and it's been a work in progress, however it's what we asked for.
    Players have been asking for years for a place to post issues that are being reported or investigated. This was an effort to accommodate that.
    You know, communication slipping is one thing. I respect when people point that out. It's another to berate the efforts they actually make. Regardless of your feelings, they're still putting in effort.

    Listen, you said you’re not a villain, then trust, I play the game since 2015 and have been on the forums since 2017, I never knew about it, it’s got like 9.2k views. This thread has more than double… you gotta trust us that we ain’t lying.
    I've been around for 7 and a half years. I'm not new. I was on this Forum, and the last. Both cases, there is a lack or acknowledgement for the efforts they do make.
    I'm not suggesting people praise Trello, or Kabam. I understand the issue is it wasn't visible for some people. I get it. That doesn't mean we need to take a deuce on the fact that they did make efforts. Through a venue that people asked for. Crossed wires, failure in communication, sure.
    In order for communication to take place, both sides must be willing to meet each other. Not just demands.
  • BloodyCrueltyBloodyCruelty Posts: 50
    @Kabam Miike Please do some magic
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 36,094 ★★★★★

    It's not that random. Anyone who frequents the Forum is aware of it.
    I think it's getting more hate than necessary. Granted, they've had issues keeping it updated, and it's been a work in progress, however it's what we asked for.
    Players have been asking for years for a place to post issues that are being reported or investigated. This was an effort to accommodate that.
    You know, communication slipping is one thing. I respect when people point that out. It's another to berate the efforts they actually make. Regardless of your feelings, they're still putting in effort.

    Listen, you said you’re not a villain, then trust, I play the game since 2015 and have been on the forums since 2017, I never knew about it, it’s got like 9.2k views. This thread has more than double… you gotta trust us that we ain’t lying.
    I've been around for 7 and a half years. I'm not new. I was on this Forum, and the last. Both cases, there is a lack or acknowledgement for the efforts they do make.
    I'm not suggesting people praise Trello, or Kabam. I understand the issue is it wasn't visible for some people. I get it. That doesn't mean we need to take a deuce on the fact that they did make efforts. Through a venue that people asked for. Crossed wires, failure in communication, sure.
    In order for communication to take place, both sides must be willing to meet each other. Not just demands.
    The burden to foster that kind of player/dev relationship and communication is on the company. This kind of decision doesn’t help that. They admitted to several failures in this situation but then fall back to “we put it on the Trello almost 3 months after he was released so no rank down tickets for you”.

    Trello is getting the heat because they put a spotlight on the issue by pointing to it as the main reason for not issuing RDTs.

    I actually think it’s important for everyone to express their confusion about Trello. The response implies Kabam puts a lot of value in it and the community clearly does not. That’s a major problem and the more people that point it out, the easier it is for Miike and Jax to point out to the dev team.
    That "burden" is on both sides. All too often I've seen people cite transparency, and in the same token complain about their efforts. Communication takes two sides. When one side fails and acknowledges it, that's worth something. Not the expectation that they should have known better.
    They did make a communication. They realized it fell short and made a direct address from the Devs themselves. Something that doesn't happen often.
    The Trello board was something that fell short, no doubt. When people are acting like it doesn't even exist, when it's been posted here for months and months, that's not entirely their fault.
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