Oh, and remove blatant reposts of top-scoring

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Something that disturbs me at a great deal of Animal Crossing Items gaming subreddits is"I bought the thing!" Posts reaching huge quantities of upvotes. However, there are some really talented artists out there making exquisite fanmade merch, and that shouldn't be discounted. I want to mention that perhaps merch posts ought to be limited to the men and women who actually made the things, but that may cross over into self-promotion too much.

Official merch definitely doesn't need to be a part of the subreddit. This ought to be a place to show things off we've made, both in and outside of the game, and to go over the sport as a whole. By definition, official merch is not created by community members, and the only effort involved in making a post about it is taking the image.

Just lots more common occurrences. Because yet another player is getting the"hating pineapple pizza is trendy" conversation. Is. Going. On." Yeah convinced that was amusing the first 10 days it occurred in early December.


Personally I'm not bothered with this. I enjoy knowing what is coming so that I could best prepare for it. The one thing which disturbs me about time-traveling is when somebody posts about"eventually" attaining something that is ONLY possible through time-travel, such as getting all of the zodiac products, but we're pretty much past the point of that being a problem today. When someone posts about a villager visiting their grandma's memorial, for instance, I simply think of it as posting about the way they feel their grandma is using them, and it is a joyful thing.

This was not motivated but I want to find some kind of rule about frequency of submitting. Articles within 24-48 hours is just overkill karmawhoring.

Oh, and remove blatant reposts of top-scoring articles in the sub. I don't care if they claim they saw it on Facebook, it had been just on our front page a week ago (that's likely the way the individual on Facebook saw it and submitted it), and in general I think there ought to be a"in case you did not make it, avoid posting it" rule.

Some of the common occurrences posts are a issue, that is if they're just that, common. I really do love landmark articles, but I could be bothersome to see 5 of the same I just got a blue rose or I simply got 5 stars posts. It's a tough call because people are really important moments really fun to share. But I think the cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Ticket milestones should remain because general, it is an enjoyable way to bond as a community, celebrating together.