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  1. アルファテスターの皆様へ、 現在アルファテストの情報にリークに関する情報、特に動画配信サイト「YouTube」にアップロードされた動画がコミュニティ間で議論に挙がっております。 これらリーク動画の作成者は、巧妙な手口を用いて自らの匿名性を保とうとしていました。しかし、弊社が保持している特別なツールと提出された情報の解析を行ったことで、秘密保持契約の違反者を突き止めるに至りました。この違反者に関する個人情報やプレイヤー名は一切開示いたしません。 これらの契約違反者はアルファテストから追放した他、違反者の個人情報及びパスポートのコピーを弊社の法務部に伝達しております。アルファテスター様がテストに参加する際に同意している秘密保持契約に違反した場合には、$100,000の罰金が科されることとなります。 このリーク情報を掲載し、拡散を行ったウェブポータルにつきましても弊社から連絡を行っております。 ゲームプレイ映像に対し、何故我々が公開しないのか、何故このような対応を取らせていただいているのかという理由を再度ご確認いただければと思います。 現時点で World of Warships はアルファテスト段階にあります。この期間では様々なゲームプレイコンセプトを試験運用し、アルファテスター様から得たフィードバックを基にゲームの調整を行っています。 この調整により、ゲームの基礎的な機能が排除される場合や当初実際導入が不可能に思えるような機能が追加される場合があります。 これらの試験段階でのみ実装されている未確定情報を拡散させ、誤解を生まないためにも、アルファテストでの運用は秘密保持契約に守られております。 アルファテスター様は頻繁に発生する変化に適応しながら、様々な仕様の細部に至るフィードバックを頂いております。 このような理由があるためアルファテストはプレイを楽しむよりは業務的な内容であるといえ、アルファテスターの皆様の協力には大いに感謝しております。 また未完成であったり、不具合が含まれたりしている作品を公開することはユーザー様を失望させることにつながります。 一デベロッパとして、我々は皆様が満足いただける作品を提供させていただきたいと考えております。 オープンベータテスト等で変更される可能性はございますが、公開するに値する完成度を持つと判断したコンテンツに関しましては、随時公開させていただいております。 皆様のご理解とご協力に感謝いたします。
  2. Hi all! We've seen some discussions going regarding the information leaked from the alpha test, specifically about the gameplay videos uploaded on YouTube. Authors of those videos have put lots of efforts to hide their identity. But using special tools, which we have in our disposal, and analysis of available information, we have found the NDA violators. Still, their nicknames or any other personal information won't be disclosed. These users were banned from the alpha-test. Moreover, their cases, including personal data and passport scans, have been passed to our legal department. We would like to remind you that Non-Disclosure Act, signed by every single alpha-tester, determines a $100'000 fine for such actions. And the Act itself is much more than just words. Some portals, which have not initially deleted the leaked content and even helped to distribute it, also had some close discussions with us. In conclusion, we would like to explain you why exactly we have such attitude towards gameplay video and why we do not show it ourselves. At this moment the World of Warships project is in Alpha stage. During this period we try and test a lot of different concepts. We also shape the game basing on feedback we receive from alpha-testers. Sometimes changes in the game are really fundamental. And some features, which seemed to be the basics, end removed, while those, which seemed impossible to be added to the game, are actually implented. In order to not create false expectations, we hide this process behind the walls of NDA. Alpha-testers firmly adapt to the changes over and over, while writing good amounts of feedback even on smallest features possible. That's why we value them and their help a lot, and that is why alpha-testing is more about working than having fun. Also you should agree with us that unfinished and bugged product will most probably dissapoint any player, who is not ready for it. And we, developers, want to meet your expectations and create a good game. On contrary, we do show and tell you about those parts of the game, which quality is high enough , even if they may still change by Open Beta Test stage. In the end we want to thank you for understanding and patience.
  3. WarAlex

    Alpha tester need verification?

    Hi alpha testers For people who does not hold a passport, please just write "no" in the "passport number" and "issuing authority". just fill todays date in the "date of issue" Please upload any ID as driver license, student card who does include a photo of you. Thanks
  4. WarAlex

    You have the soul of an artist

    Then please share with us your masterart
  5. WarAlex

    Suggestion

    Hi all!This is made to make sure that person posting a suggestion do knows the project at least a bit.Also do not worry, if you have not received an answer on your suggestion. We post rarely, but we are constantly looking through the section/
  6. WarAlex

    Introduction thread

    Please use this thread to introduce yourself
  7. How to be a good forum posterIndex: Introduction Humor Posting Style Remain Polite Spamming Reputation Conclusion TL;DR Additional Suggestions 1. IntroductionLet us dispense with the formalities that we all should have read regarding our conduct in these forums--the World of Warships Forum Rules, Reading the Stickies, and following the admonitions of our moderators. This is where a valued poster begins, having a foundation on which to grow in any forum.Welcome to the Good Poster Guide. For some individuals, good posting comes naturally and it's very easy for them to make good posts consistently. An example would be Conrad Jalowski, but in my opinion that's scholarly posting, what I consider on a separate level to just regular good posting. Maybe you're looking to make a name for yourself as one of those members people respect, and your attempts have failed so far? Maybe you just want to improve your posting for that good feeling you get from the change from a spammer to one who frequently makes constructive posts. Whatever your reason, if you're interested then read on!2. HumorYou don't always have to be serious. That'll give the impression that you're robotic. Yes, you could be making good posts constantly, but you need to express a semblance of humanity or otherwise people may find you more of an oddity than one of those admired members. If you can find the perfect mix of good posting and humor, then you're there. Spot on. My sense of humor is particularly awful though, so I tend to refrain from pulling jokes too much.3. Posting styleComing from a guide I want you to read, it may sound weird me saying this, but don't copy other peoples' posting styles. If you're going to be a good poster, you have to come up with your own kind of style which will probably vary among person to person. A few tips I have to offer though, are the following: Refrain from posting a few words or a one-liner. If you're going to post in a thread, it should add to the discussion and you should make a post which brings up the main points brought up by the OP, or if the thread has twisted in to different topics (excluding the spammy ones) then to answer those. Don't post pointless spam or lolcats for the sake of it. Honestly, they really aren't funny unless it's timed perfectly. For example, if someone makes an extremely obvious point (e.g "World War II was bad"), then followed by some "O RLY?!" comment would be funny (in my opinion anyway). Of course, afterwards rather than targeting that poster, get back on topic. Preferably keep comments like this between you and your forum friends, if it's someone you don't know then they might get offended. Try to remain posting in topics you know about. For example, if someone makes a thread on the Jewish Revolts in Judaea during the 1st Century AD in the Roman Empire and you know nothing on the topic, there's no point adding to the thread since it wouldn't be anything constructive. On the other hand, if say the Vietnam War is your strong subject, then add as much to the thread as you can. Your viewpoint and facts would be appreciated. An example of a bad post: Quote "the americans beat the nazis on d-day because they were better than all of the other countries in ww2" An example of a good post: Quote "The Allies were able to land successfully on D-Day due to various reasons at the time. Rundstedt wanted to hold the panzers in reserve whereas Rommel wanted them up front, believing the battle would be decided within the first 24 hours. Hitler came to the compromise by allowing a part of the armour to be deployed further inland in Normandy while allowing some of them to be placed further up. An example would be the 21. Panzer-Division which was in Caen on 6 June 1944. Total air and naval supremacy had been achieved by the Allied forces at the time, and Operation Fortitude, a British deception campaign had firmly convinced the German intelligence (Abwehr) that a landing was going to be launched at Pas-de-Calais (hence why Hitler deployed his strong divisions, such as the 1.SS Panzer-Division (Leibstandarte) in the area. Despite approximately 2,000 losses being inflicted on the American troops at Omaha beach, the landings at Utah, Sword, Juno and Gold went pretty much without a hitch. The beachheads would rapidly expand post-landing, but it was the Bocage which would inevitably lead to the month after months of intense combat, and the urban terrain in Caen which would be the bane of the British forces too." 4. Remain politeIf you're arguing with a member with an opposing viewpoint, try to remain as polite as possible. Getting angry at them serves no purpose at all, and will just make you look like an idiot. Just think, everything posted on this forum will remain there for years and years afterwards. It's a permanent mark, and when you look back you may realize how silly you might have looked at the time. To limit the amount of embarrassment you may have in the future, try to contain your frustrations.Another thing, is not to answer trolls. They are attempting to derail your thread, and answering them will simply derail it further and antagonize you. Just ignore them and stick to the topic at hand. They'll get bored and go away. Problem is, there is always someone who will answer them, so by not answering you're simply limiting their number of victims as much as possible. If they break the rules, report them and they'll be punished by the appropriate authorities with a punishment befitting their violation of the rules, taking in to account their history on the forum and the severity of what they had done.5. SpammingYou may have a massive inclination to post in every thread, but don't. Try to hold back. It's much better to have ten informative posts than one hundred smaller ones (See Gaea's Post regarding this), since the amount of content they'll add to the threads they are posted in will be fairly minimal compared to the ten informative ones. Not posting so much allows you to let other members to express their views, and then when it comes around to you posting in the thread there's much more for you to answer rather than replying to every single new post that gets made. Having a high post count means nothing unless they're good posts, in which case it would be an accurate measurement of your contribution. Although not much better, rep is a better way to gauge the level of contribution by a member. For example, I have 23 points (given by a total of four members) all for good posting.6. ReputationThere has been a change in how people are recognized in these forums, one that actually promotes participation, and is worthy of our efforts to promote valued posting. With the removal of negative reputation, positive points have become a commodity, often only going out to friends. This does little to help shape the forums, especially mold new users effecting changes in their posting style. What would hurt to set a new standard herein where we help other users by recognizing their efforts? If positive reputation is that incentive, then give them out and promote positive posting, which in turn, promotes a positive forum.7. ConclusionAn easy way to get started would be to maintain your grammar in your posts to as high a standard as you possibly can. If you want to make a good post, it's good if you at least make it look like a good post. Then, you just need to try and stick to topics you know about, and try to add as much as you can about the topic in hand rather than just a short little one-liner. Try to stick to the subject and don't start directing your posts at other members in an attempt to upset them. If you can do something along the lines of what i've suggested in this thread, in time you will be able to execute what i've written as ideas flawlessly and you will be appreciated for your insight in threads.To use the same example, Crag_r is admired on this forum and is rarely questioned. It's a double-edged sword because it means he's highly trusted, but then on the other hand he could then post a nonsensical post and people would still agree with him due to what he's done in the past. No way is this an attempt to insult you may I add, it's just a point I felt I needed to raise. (Thank you, Crag_r, for allowing your handle to be used in this example.)If you've been bothered to read all of this, I appreciate it and I hope it'll (even if slightly) improve the overall posting quality on this forum, hell I would be happy if it improved one member's posting quality since it means what I've written has actually worked, even if to a limited extent. Two little disclaimers though, even though I feel if you want to improve you should try, don't ever make it a mentally taxing commitment. Forums in all truth are for fun, and if you don't have fun in doing what I've suggested in this thread, then don't try and force yourself to do it. Also, since the off-topic forum is supposed to be more laid back, the suggestions I've offered in this guide shouldn't be applied so rigidly since long detailed posts don't really have much of a place in there and it's more of a place to unwind and relax than try to spark a debate. Nonetheless, there is the thin line between spamming and relaxing, and you should always try to stick with the latter.8. TL;DR (1) Have fun (2) Be respectful (3) Don't Flame (4) Don't derail an intelligent thread (5) Be yourself (as in don't worry about what the rest of the "group" will say or do if you post. Just say what you think/feel keep it within the rules so it doesn't cause drama/infractions/suspension/banning.) 9. Additional Suggestions: (Thank you for adding value to this topic!)
  8. The wargaming developers talk about: torpedo types, multi-purpose carrier planes, friendly fire, clan wars, and more in this extremely informative Q&A session.
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