What is the best way of getting hopefully constructive feedback to the designers without starting a flame war?
Sending an email to them has always been good for me. They can take a day or two to respond, but are always friendly and willing to engage.
But how do you do that. Through the customer support channel on the site? I thought that was for replacements
The best ways to provide feedback are:
Via thoughtfully-crafted emails to email@example.com
For specific issues on MK IV cards, via the “Submit Card Feedback” option in the Warmachine App
Do note that a large portion of the team is at GenCon this week, so I wouldn’t expect to hear from anybody until around August 8 at the absolute earliest.
Oh, and for what it’s worth: this forum has proven itself approximately sixty-three million times more civil than standard social media in regards to Warmachine, so you might also consider soliciting feedback from us.
For example, I’ve been around since very early MK I (Escalation, baby!) and I could probably tell you, for example, why a particular game mechanic works the way it works, because I’ve probably seen the alternative in action and I can relate some horror story about some turn 1 kill or a you-lost-at-deployment condition stemming from a broken interaction. Other people can help you refine your ideas too.
Awesome thank you for the assist.
Yeah, us old-schoolers know a thing or two because weve seen a thing or two. (I’m not AS old school - Evolution here.) But I remember those days…
Yep, the alpha strike turn one days in MKI, II, and III
This forum is a 100% better than reddit or facebook.
Although, I do miss the format of the old forums. They were much easier to search through and peruse.
I miss them too, but I think this Hub will prove much easier as we get used to it. I’ve pinned the tags I’m most interested in to my sidebar so I can quickly navigate to them for example.
I also want to make sure it’s known that the layout of the Hub is not set in stone. I try to read every thread and if something is coming up frequently from multiples users as a pain point I will bring it up to the admins. So while stuff might not always change rapidly I promise that feedback isn’t being ignored. I’m sure it won’t surprise many players that PP staff tend to wear a lot of hats, which means that not everything can be prioritized right away.
… I’ve been around since very early MK I (Escalation , baby!) and I could probably tell you…