Posts revolve around collecting user data like a shitty facebook sitewhat are they doing with people's data lmfao?
I dunno man, but over half the new topics are like what-ifs and how many x's d you own.
Seems like a constant ratings check and how buddy-buddy you are with the people who run the place.
I get the feeling that if it weren't originally just an offsite for a spinoff fandom group of a sci-fi game released over a decade ago, it would be a cult lol.
Like, half the old guard of them are banned and drifting around other offsites.
Just how many offsites cropped up and stayed up after bungie made the switch to destiny?
I've found 5 (Sep7 included)
But I'm aware of at least another one that is older than the rest and existed before the destiny emmigrations, and another one that I think is truly dead, during the rocky period of new offsites being built up.
So we got:
Several discord of random bungie offtopicer's making their own places (that I count as a single one)
The old place (LudicrousIdea or something, idk)
The dead place (Flood v2 or something, again idk)
It's not a completely unique thing to happen when an official site kills off it's forum (EA/Battlefield did something similar as Sep7 was starting out, and forumers there made an enitre new site based around it.
What is unique is that so many
have sprouted from the decision, and how they have lasted. Sure Sapphire, here and New Flood are fairly quiet these days, but that Battlefield offsite has come and gone in the time in between any of these places.