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PMC: Is it all about what level you are?

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avatar Holy_Moses
Level 24 : Expert Blockhead
Hello fellow PMCers!,

My name is Holy_Moses; and I would like to blog my opinion on a subject that I have recently noticed has gained popularity among PMCers. This is the fact that quite a few people like to ignore comments, requests, and submissions by people who are a lower level than they are. Please note that at the time I am posting this, I am only level 2, and I am not posting this to make myself feel better in any way by improving my XP, I am just attempting to help the community out.

I am an active PMCer through and through, even though I am relatively new to the website. I look through as many posts as I can, whether they're on the Reel or not. I have noticed a few things, people with low levels (1 to about 5) don't get many views, which is expected, seeing how very little low levels have dozens of subscribers. I also noticed that if they have multiple posts from one submission area (i.e. Skins, Projects, etc.) they will most likely show that they have improved, or have clearly become more familiar with the program that they're using. That to me, makes me feel pretty happy to be honest. The point I am trying to get across is to actually check out posts by lower level PMCers, instead of clicking the Planet Minecraft button immediately after seeing they're level 1.


Another point I would like to get across is the recent down-talking that goes on. Some down-talking I can kind of cope with, mainly ones regarding a submission that is a copy, I mean, its not yours... But, after reading through some blogs by other PMCers, I have noticed that people in the comments tend to talk down to lower levels. This will usually go unnoticed due to the fact that the blog was really popular at the time.

My final conclusive point is... Give low levels a chance! This is PMC, the Creative Community Fansite. Alot of submissions from low levels are in fact, creative, they made it. It may not be the best (Sorry guys, I'm not the best either). Consider giving some constructive criticism to their submission, or maybe a diamond if you liked their submission, or even subscribe to them if you'd like to see their progression.. This is a community, not a competition. Who knows, maybe your constructive criticism could help them, then their next submission could be the next craze and boost them to a higher level than you!

Thank you for taking the time to read this article. And I hope you take my points into consideration!

Have a good one,

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  • Sugna
  • Level 28
  • Expert Taco
  • August 12, 2013, 10:20 am
Moses you are sooooooooooo right
  • zeldie
  • Level 24
  • Expert Princess
  • August 11, 2013, 8:06 am
Yeah, i made a server, and my friend did. on pmc he is 35. i am/was 4. my server was voted 10x better on a few forums, and more than 500 votes. when we posted to pmc, his server got 35 more players. i got 2. . . . .
Hey man, I agree with this blog 100%. I also think that users with a low level should be given a chance, but I doubt that will change the way the community is going.
  • Holy_Moses
  • Level 24
  • Expert Blockhead
  • June 29, 2012, 7:17 pm
Thanks for the support!
No problem man, it's my pleasure.
Oh my god. I hate the high levels who guy 'shut up im kewl cuz im level 40 an ur level 1' <-- I want to punch people in the face's who do that. Plus, people who do that are usually the ones who steal other people's projects / texture packs / mods.

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