I don't think spoiler tags for content that has been in the game
- Apr 6, 2021
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I really don't find Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells any problem with memorials. I believe remembering your loved ones is amazing and should not be judged just as something dark or frightening.
I don't think spoiler tags for content that has been in the game since launch is reasonable. Once the match is out its out. Anything found in the game after that is fair for viewing. So far as New Horizons go, how will spoilers for articles even work when there are two hemispheres and several time zones? When things and events turn into naturally available in a special timezone beyond the US, should that person be downvoted for what is rightfully readily available to them? Northern players such as spoiled things all year for southern hemisphere players and not a word was said about it. However when northern hemisphere players are spoiled about literally anything you never hear the end of it. Southern hemisphere players had been admonished all summer because we obviously had snow. Nevertheless few whined about all of the summer things that northern hemisphere players would show off. How is that fair?
Then there is the issue of determining what is new? How long could we will need to utilize spoilers? When exactly does new content prevent being'fresh' and for whom? Employing the southern hemisphere again an example, snow by mid-July was not new for us. But we would be asked to use spoiler tags while northern hemisphere gamers wouldn't.
Perhaps spoiler tags should be invited, but I don't think that they ought to be a mandatory rule.
I would like to say that I like memorial posts. I enjoy creating a safe space for people to discuss their heart and despair with us. I believe that for someone who doesn't understand the principles to log and be exposed to then all furniture in animal crossing new horizons get their post taken down or not accepted would lead to further isolation and harm.