Should Blizzard hire helpful players?

United States
June 7, 2008 8:56am CST
Do you think Blizzard will ever hire players to make the game more desirable to people who want something specific out of the game? i.e. roleplayers for roleplaying servers, people who would help others power level, people who will always be available for instances, and the like. I think it would help people stay in the game longer and not get frustrated with it. What do you think?
2 responses
• Canada
5 Jul 08
It would be nice to see blizzard pay people to be nice rather than just expect it from the players. However in the end all this is doing is paying people to be decent and all around helpful players. I think the best way for blizzard to implent anything of the sort is to work on some sort of referal system that allows people to recommend people that do good things. While it may be easily abused by friends just making characters and recommending each other im sure blizzard would find some way to straightend this out. Furthermore i think that if blizzard were to givr out some sort of reward it would hvae to start with gold or other e rewards and then slowly build its way up to giving away real things.
• United States
5 Jul 08
That's a good idea: to start with gold and work its way up. That way they could try to weed out the people who aren't serious about helping people.
@Phlamingho (7831)
• Denmark
7 Jun 08
I'm not sure what kind of role you think these player would have!? You're talking about something like interactive 24/7 support and mentoring? The idea is great but I think it would cost too much money. Not going to happen I'm afraid.
• United States
8 Jun 08
I'm not talking about anything hardcore like that. I was just thinking of people who are willing to be nice to other people in-game, but get paid for being on regularly. But I agree, I don't think it'll ever happen either.