What's the point of this post? I'm serious. You could just say you don't like seeing people post requests in a roadmap thread... Or you could just say you don't like people expressing anything but gratitude for everything that comes down the line. Or whatever. My point is I see nothing wrong with players posting complaints or requests. The feedback on the roadmap is valuable to the devs if they know what to look for. Obviously, you don't take every request or complaint as though it's one of the Ten Commandments. You use said feedback to get an understanding of what players think, and obviously with the understanding that not every player can articulate what they'll end up enjoying in the end. Kaeser's post is pretty spot on for many reasons, but the one I think I agree with most is this: The roadmap states an intention of bringing a better experience to the late stages of the game, but a lot of the listed upcoming additions or changes don't reflect that intention. Or if they do, they certainly don't make it clear to the existing playerbase that the design choices exhibit an understanding of what exactly needs to be improved about the later stages of the game. I've made a number of my own requests elsewhere, so I won't bother repeating them here. Nor will I bother to break down the roadmap. A lot of it looks potentially interesting to me, but unless Taelyn (or any of the devs) are planning on further elaborating on what their intentions are, I don't see a point. A lot of it is kinda vague and we'll just have to wait and see it. Some I see looking good, some I see being a potentially bad direction or wasted effort. TL;DR: rude and/or ungrateful sounding posts are still valuable feedback. The only thing to gain from the tone of the posts is that the user might not be gifted at articulating their desires in a professional manner.