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Support. For a noob like me I could see myself frequenting there quite a lot for advice for my iron acc :P

Although a question that springs to mind is how would OSRS / RS3 Iron threads be distinguished? With [tags] or two separate sections?
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24-Mar-2019 10:25:02

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@Draco - what the OP is saying is that, should there be an IM section it should be open to all players to post in regardless. IM threads are allowed throughout the forums, but given the differing approaches to gameplay for IM folk it isn't easy to source valuable IM resources on the forums.


I'm willing to bet that with enough time and encouragement, an IM section could become quite a useful asset.
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24-Mar-2019 11:54:32

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Draco Burnz said:
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@Draco - what the OP is saying is that, should there be an IM section it should be open to all players to post in regardless. IM threads are allowed throughout the forums, but given the differing approaches to gameplay for IM folk it isn't easy to source valuable IM resources on the forums.


I'm willing to bet that with enough time and encouragement, an IM section could become quite a useful asset.


I still fail to see how thi isn't already possible?
It's possible for ironmen to post threads about ironman mode on the forums but it's not easy to find advice, guides and communities without sifting through other threads. IM gameplay in many cases is a lot different to non IM gameplay.


If an IM where to make a thread im sure theyd get some helpful advice.
They would, yes, but it's harder for existing IM with the right knowledge on IM subjects to find these help threads.


Why does a forum need to be made to hold these threads?
As above.


What if they're discussing existing content or asking a suggestion?

Those threads currently have there places so wouldn't make sense to go in this IM forum.
It would be up to Jagex to decide where such threads would go. Personally I think IM suggestions would go in a suggestion forum and not an IM forum. It's more about having a place to get help and engage with fellow IM and provide tips to others, such as guides.
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25-Mar-2019 13:33:43

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@ Draco - but how are IM folk going to easily find that piece of info that's been tucked away on page 4 of a thread in W&F? Unless there is a dedicated section, it's harder for IM to find the resources that they're looking for on the forums.
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@Draco - The Existing Game Content forum is for ideas on how to 'improve something already in-game'. Discussion of in-game content does not belong in there (unless it is suggesting an improvement), but would go nicely in an Ironman forum if the content being discussed were IM-content.

There are a few suggestions earlier in the thread that you may have missed that mention that Ironman guides, community engagement threads and help request threads could exist there. These threads are not very easy to find at the moment because there isn't a dedicated section.
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