Ok so I want to have a free discussion on the power of mods being able to reply to locked threads. Recently @hazeleyes has closed a thread for wandering off-topic but then another mods replied to the thread @idmonfish here is screenshot but you could easily see it yourself
- Idmon made a replied to argue against my points knowing full well that I can not reply back
- An argument could be “oh you can just message him” but Idmon also knows full well that he can pm me too. For him to reply to the thread seems more like a way to have to last line then to actually start a discussion on what is considered lying for the fact I can’t reply back.
- The thread was closed for WANDERING OF TOPIC in @hazeleyes own words so why should a mod have special permission to do so? He goes against the will of another mod and takes advantage of my inability to interact appropriately
- I personally don’t mind having a private chat as I am trying to have one with Hazel eyes now but he’s comments able to be public gives him more influence over others making his opinion seeming more superior exclusively for the fact that he is allowed to talk and not me. His opinion is put on a higher pedestal.
I have no ill-will with any of the mods… Yet! But I do think mods should not be able to reply to closed thread unless it’s opened back up for everyone. Idmo can keep his reply their because the deed is already done and I really don’t care much. But I do care about how people are treated and this is something I feel should be addressed before it gets out of hand. I’m not saying the mods are about to go full authoritarian but I don’t like the idea of valuing someone’s opinion over someone else’s in the matter of free and open discussion.