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Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

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  • Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

    Try not to laugh too hard...

    In all seriousness though, I think there are some great opportunities for some unpaid interns to help Phoenix Age and Kabam out with their customer care regarding Underworld Empire. Semester long internships with a fall, winter, and summer block would cater to students (high school or college).

    • Support tickets could be greatly expedited with harder issues sent to devs as usual but simpler ones sped up.
    • The derelict Facebook account would flourish in the hands of an intern. It's a slippery slop to Twitter, Snapchat, etc. etc.
    • The forums would see even more improvements with increased although unofficial PA presence.
    • They could work on improved communication on promos, Events, etc. (especially in-game)
    • They could help test new upgrades/content/patches on a variety of devices
    • An intern would have made a great PR cut-out in the CrashGate debacle. They could even have made it fun with daily posts counting the days of the lockout. We could have rallied to the 2% instead of marginalizing them. The acidic forum posts would have been dramatically less with a constant stream of communication and sympathy. The devs and GG are in a challenging position in situations like that, what can we do to improve for future incidents?
    • They could help think of new ways to contribute?

    My suggestion for their forum icon is an image of a couple Common lieutenants as children, screen-name: UWE_Interns
    Come join us
    on the official
    Underworld Empire Discord Server

  • #2
    Re: Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

    Here's my official vote for the petition!
    Come join us
    on the official
    Underworld Empire Discord Server


    • #3
      Re: Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

      Nice idea, but I'm going have to go neutral on this. I see your vision and if things played out that way it would be great. But you know the saying "With great power comes great responsibility" I only say that from personal experiences though. I've ran a few online text based mmorpg's in the past and I've done something like this and here are some of the flaws that occurred; have to dedicate time to teach, inform, and keep the interns up to date, have to deal with possibilities of the interns causing trouble for example, if you gave an intern/outsider access to the companies Facebook page they now have the power to abuse that power by posting inappropriate content, sharing the password, etc etc. Then there are the ones that go on a power trip and start stirring up unnecessary issues because their heads became inflated from power. Now I'm solely speaking off my experiences with something like this, chances are this could be a success if implemented, but I just wanted to share my experiences with something like this just so both sides of the coin could be seen. It's sometimes easier to stick to your core group. But great idea none the less!
      Last edited by Godric; 03-05-2015, 10:28 PM.
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      • #4
        Re: Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

        How cute...


        • #5
          Re: Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

          Yeah, if I could, I would add a couple of zeros at the end of my stats.

          So no... Don't think they could babysit an intern.
          Add Me


          • #6
            Re: Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

            Interesting Idea...


            • #7
              Re: Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

              i wouldnt do anything for pablam because they dont care about there game. they just wanna make money like every other game out there


              • #8
                Re: Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

                Originally posted by Dragon072 View Post
                i wouldnt do anything for pablam because they dont care about there game. they just wanna make money like every other game out there
                So you're not volunteering for an unpaid internship then?
                Come join us
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                Underworld Empire Discord Server


                • #9
                  Re: Petition for Phoenix Age Interns

                  Originally posted by Dragon072 View Post
                  i wouldnt do anything for pablam because they dont care about there game. they just wanna make money like every other game out there
                  I don't think that's entirely true. If they only cared about money, they would replace their chief of marketing and:

                  1. Promote the game better
                  2. Encourage people to spend more (through promotions, events, you name it)