So we have had General Discussion Threads around for 9 months now and we even have our first new one.
@The_Mad_Vulcan just started a topic in the forum "General Mixels Discussion Thread" and said:
"I didn't see a thread for Mixels, and greatly appreciate the General threads. The most recent discussion thread was about Series 6."
My original idea was not to have a number of random General threads floating around in the collecting category that I started.
My original idea was this:
To have a General category with a thread for each current line and major former lines, this could be used instead of starting a new topic if you had a small comment to make. If you had a large point to make or there was a new D2C set coming out you would still have the Collecting category which could be used in the same way it always has been used.
Maybe this was and still is hard to explain but here is a bad Photoshop to clear things up:
For a few reasons I would now like to see my general threads closed.
They were created to see if they would work and if they would be used, 5 out of 7 have been used and are still active to this day.
But I think its time to do it properly, to make a topic for every line in its own category so that they can be easily found and for them to stop taking up room in the Collecting category.
This would mean we could drop the word 'general' from all of the threads.
Also and sadly because of the reaction I received I hate the sight of them. (just being honest here).
So can you please close all my general topics and if you want to do it properly great if not people are free to restart the topics if they are wanted.
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