(Moderators) Use of English - Netiquette - International players

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Lirielle, Feb 24, 2019.

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  1. Lirielle

    Lirielle Forum Greenhorn

    With the disappearance of the French forum and until BP abides by their promise to consider opening international forum spaces, is it acceptable to use French on this international (EN) forum?

    While the forum rules promote using "proper" English, they don't formally exclude using other languages.

    Now that the French speaking community is left "forumless", would BP be respectful towards this community and allow discussions to be hold in French on this forum ? Not all of them are able to write in English and using English to write questions on a game that is played in French could even sometimes be difficult, if not awkward. (Think of discussing about skills that you don't even know how they're called in English...)

    TIA for your answers
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  2. Mal3ficent

    Mal3ficent Guest

    Hello @Lirielle ,
    No, you cannot use any other language than English on this forum.

  3. Lirielle

    Lirielle Forum Greenhorn

    Ok, how predictible and pityfull..
  4. Sunlight

    Sunlight User

    Hey there @Lirielle ,

    As you may understand, we don't know every single language. Personally, I do understand French, but I'm not fluent enough to answer properly. This is the English Forum, we are here to read and answer in English.
    Do not forget that BP is studying an international section (unmoderated one) where, probably, every community whose foruns were closed can have discussions. Until know, we haven't received any information regarding that.

  5. Mal3ficent

    Mal3ficent Guest

    Are you sure about that? :rolleyes:
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