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We all bash their brains out when their late, when we have extended maintenance and such, yet no thread/post to acknowledge and show gratitude for the fact that the new norm: is a clean and well performed maintenance, neatly and tightly kept at the:

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All [#BladeandSoul] servers are down for scheduled maintenance. Expected downtime 3hrs and 15mins. 

I congratulate thee: NCsoft west and Blade & Soul ops for a fine job done`ON THE MARK 3hrs and 15mins!

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Servers are now back up! Bring honor to the Hongmoon Clan! #BladeAndSoul

May we see these kind of results and services more often.

PS: We should take time to be grateful for the jobs well done, not just for the jobs badly done.

Kindly,

Your friendly BM,

Takemikazuchi

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Actually servers were up at least 45 minutes early.  I logged in at about 6:30 PST right when I got home from work and they weren't scheduled to be up til 7:15 

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FrozenB   

It is because there are no major patches or fixes today. Simply they just restart the servers. That's it.

 

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xInikox   
48 minutes ago, FrozenB said:

It is because there are no major patches or fixes today. Simply they just restart the servers. That's it.

 

It was like this last week as well. They're doing a good job with not extending EU servers for another 4 hours like usual. 

I acknowledge their work. Let's hope it stays this way. 

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Dad   

And then 5 minutes later yall gonna go back to bashing them so why even bother making this post i'll never know.

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Alkaa   
14 hours ago, Takemikazuchi said:

We all bash their brains out when their late, when we have extended maintenance and such, yet no thread/post to acknowledge and show gratitude for the fact that the new norm: is a clean and well performed maintenance, neatly and tightly kept at the:

I congratulate thee: NCsoft west and Blade & Soul ops for a fine job done`ON THE MARK 3hrs and 15mins!

May we see these kind of results and services more often.

PS: We should take time to be grateful for the jobs well done, not just for the jobs badly done.

Kindly,

Your friendly BM,

Takemikazuchi

One good dead dose not forgive 100 wrong ones.

 

We will see how "well" this "new norm" and how "and "clean" and "well performed maintenance" , "neatly and tightly" is  on the 6'th of december.... wanna bet EU will miss a day again ?  and all this "praise" will bite you on the ass

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10 hours ago, Alkaa said:

One good dead dose not forgive 100 wrong ones.

 

We will see how "well" this "new norm" and how "and "clean" and "well performed maintenance" , "neatly and tightly" is  on the 6'th of december.... wanna bet EU will miss a day again ?  and all this "praise" will bite you on the ass

We have the right to be upset and angry when we are feeling disrespected and we have the responsibility to act on behalf of our own interests, correct.

 

We have the right and the responsibility to be thankful and respectful when a job is done well, and not just take it for granted or even worse, to not notice it since they are bound to do a bad job in the near future, thus we are preparing for the worst.

 

`Analogy time~

[Situation] You have a child who does good in school, learns, does her homework, is a talented child and you are so proud of her. Lately though, she's in a phase, things are going from good to ..bad, she's not responding well to your parenting.

[Community parenting] You feel very proud of her achievements prior to her phase, you acknowledged her achievements and you encouraged her to succeed even further.

[Community parenting] But now you feel sad, and you want to correct her, you want to guide her on the right path, you struggle to make sense of her decisions and choices.

[Decision] A few months later, the child shows signs of growth, this time, for the good, the child is becoming better, she's respectful and diligent and true to her word. 

You feel enthralled by her change, in a very positive way, you want to applaud her but you feel that if you show her good faith, she'll stop being good and turn bad, so you ignore her change, and you prepare for the worst, since she's bound to do something bad in the near future, so why give her any reward or good faith, right?

 

I believe this is a bad decision. 

 

The right decision is: 

[Decision] You feel enthralled by her change, in a very positive way, you want to applaud her for her choices, and you do so, moderately, while you make sure to ensure future growth through acknowledging her choices and rewarding them with respect and appreciation.

 

That child is NCSoft, that child's personality is Blade & Soul.

We as the community have both the right and the responsibility to guide this child and ensure it's growth into a fine adult, worthy to represent us, the parents.

 

`End of analogy~

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I firmly believe people should be rewarded and thanked when they achieve their goals or do something good.. It might look like a small act of kindness, but it means so much, far more than any act alone.

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gridloki   

not to be a arse but why is thanks needed for doing your job right? if anything i think thxs and praise should be based on content and listening to what the player base requests without swinging the nerfbat when salty peeps decide the current fotm class is to op

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