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Questionnaire--The Role of the Guard Faction
« on: September 18, 2008, 09:13:39 PM »

Questionnaire: Law enforcement

Goal:  The intention of this questionnaire is to gather constructive feedback from players and dms on topics related to the guard factionís role in the setting.  It would be a tremendous help to the guard faction dm, dm staff, and developers if you would take the time to fill out this questionnaire.  You may address subtopics as well, such as the curfew.   Feel free to express your ideas without worry of repercussions.  However, we are only looking for constructive feedback, so please check over your questionnaire if you think you may have fallen into a rant.  If you would prefer to provide your feedback without your identity being revealed for some reason, we will respect your wish.  In either case, send your questionnaires to Iconoclast.  Thanks in advance.


Player name:

Character names:

Faction involvement:

1.    What positive experiences have you had with the guard faction?

2.   What negative experiences have you had with the guard faction?

3.   What positive experiences have you had with the curfew?

4.   What negative aspects did you experience with the curfew?

5.   What suggestions can you make towards making improvements?

6.   If you have anything else of relevance to add, please do so here:

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Re: Questionnaire--The Role of the Guard Faction
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2008, 10:14:27 PM »
Some of you are quick.   :mrgreen:

By the way, if you want your idenity kept between the two us, be sure to say so at the top of your questionnaire. 


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Re: Questionnaire--The Role of the Guard Faction
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2008, 12:00:52 PM »
Thanks to those who've taken a bit of time to provide some feedback.  It can help to provide a fuller picture, instead of relying strictly upon personal experience, or general impression.

We've only recieved a small handful so far.  So when we don't recieve many questionnaires back, it can indicate that most folks don't have any serious problems with the subject we're assessing on.  In either case though, it helps to get feedback on both the positive and negative experience, to avoid a distorted picture.