Kay, guess this is more of a curiosity question. But is there anyway to see past the previous 500 posts in your Post History? I've got some old roleplays I'd like to look at, mostly to grab profiles from, but they were much longer than 500 posts ago... >.<
Also, along with that, do really old threads just get deleted if they have been inactive for a certain amount of time?
Looking for a madman with a box~ <3
1) Nope, the 500 posts is a hard limit, that's all you get to see.
2) No, older threads still exist, they just aren't posted in. If you knew the thread id for one of them you'd be able to just put it in the URL. You can even use the GSearch to find the thread too.
Once the HoC card marketplace comes out… will card transfers be adequately monitored? I.e. will there be a prevention of card pooling from players with multiple accounts? It is illegal on gaia to gold and item pool from mules… shouldn't it be the same for cards [even if it is a multi-site game. If someone is using secondary accounts to pool cards, essence (or to play against themselves for easy EXP and essence gain)… I think it should be punishable by getting the accounts blocked from access to the game, or at the very least have the cards/essence involved removed completely from all involved accounts.
Guys, seriously... if there is a thread or a post around here that you don't like... leave it be. Spreading hate and trolling people has no place in this community. Certain people may have been in the wrong, but when you troll or hate on them you get in the wrong too. Don't prolong it or add to it; let it go. If it is blatant trolling, a misplaced thread or anything that violates the ToS, report it and move along. Don't feed the trolls and don't add to the hatred. This is a nice, clean and happy community. Please, don't dirty it.
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I live in SF so we're the major earthquake-ville. Really, San Jose is special (well, sf bay area).
It's not worth being moved out of because of earthquakes since we're all prepared from it, from 1980 and 1906. We are on the San Andreas fault line though really, living in CA is like a dream. I love it here.
What would you, the Gaia team, do if a strong earthquake hit your region((where the GaiaHQ is)).
Probably shrug and go about our day. CA will occasionally get earthquakes, we know a big one is eventually coming.
Move to New Jersey, then. emotion_awesome
No major earthquakes... you just have to contend with the occasional hurricane. XD
That would also mean I can come over to the office and shower you guys with cupcakes, cookies and other yummy treats. biggrin
I prefer sky-shattering thunderstorms, myself. Even if they stick to the clouds and don't come down here. Though I think the biggest quake I've been a part of was around 5.6. Not half bad!
The biggest quake to hit my area, was the one that was in Virgina, some time in 2011. Many made fun of it. XD