The Difference Between Constructive Criticism and Shooting Someone Down Recently I’ve noticed a TON of suggestions, and I’m glad to see it! However, a fair amount of people haven’t been taking other people’s opinions / criticism the right way. When a player has a suggestion to possibly improve the Emc experience, that player should be prepared to accept other player’s opinions on the idea, whether it’s for or against it. This opinion is commonly known as constructive criticism.What is Constructive Criticism?Constructive criticism is the process of offering valid and well-reasoned opinions about the work of others, usually involving both positive and negative comments, in a friendly manner rather than an oppositional one. The purpose of constructive criticism is to improve the outcome.What Does it Mean to Shoot Someone Down?To shoot someone down means to crush someone or their opinion by forceful and negative criticism in a spiteful manner.Example: [ Suggestion ] Flying Permissions for Residences. I think people should be able to fly and allow other players to fly on their residence. It would make things easier and more fun than just jumping around the residence.Constructive Criticism: This has been suggested multiple times before and personally, I think if this was implemented it’d be too over-powered, no matter how easy it would make things. Emc isn’t supposed to make things easy, otherwise there would be less challenges to achieve. Shooting the Person Down: Dude, people need to stop suggesting this dumb idea. Seven billion people have suggested it before, why make it seven billion and one? This would be WAY to OP and staff will NEVAR add this. P.S: U sukPlease, when suggesting an idea try understanding the other person's views and don't take their opinion as an attack. The odds are, the other person's opinion is stated to try to help the suggester understand why or why not the idea can or cannot work in Emc's community.