Increasing Ryzom's market visibility, get it in front of more potential players?

I have my misgivings based on things I've seen happen in other games.

The most egregious of the ones in my experience is World of Tanks. It started as a small MMO 15v15 PvP tank game, but as the game grows and they start advertising more and becoming more visible, the community is growing toxic and the gameplay itself is suffering as a growing percentage of the player base is not only unaware of basic game mechanics, but largely unwilling to learn, preferring instead to just hurl insults and generally become a griefer. Then there are those that are naturally just trollish but leave us alone as they are simply unaware of Ryzom's existence.

While I think there would be plenty of good people that would come in if Ryzom were more heavily marketed, I feel I must point out one potential downside to having more market visibility.


Do not assume that you speak for all just because you are the loudest voice; there are many who disagree that simply have no desire to waste words on you.
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