Sup guys, I'm sorry for clickbaiting this, but I wanted to get as much readers as possible on this post. I know I'm going to attract a lot of hate/toxicity to this post, but that's mostly what happens nowadays when you post something optimistic/positive, that edgy players find cringy. Today I've truly experienced first hand how kindness and positive mindset can change a situation from a negative one to a positive one, at the end of the post I'll request something from every single one of you, it's up to you if you'll do it. Here's the story of what happened today. After logging on to guildcraft, I've decided to play some OP Prison, when I joined, I've noticed a new player needing help with some information, after informing him on how the server works, taking him through the basics of prison and so on... After he got all the information he needed to start playing, he has decided to vote to acquire the rewards so that he could rankup faster. Now, sadly, at the time, the voting rewards were bugged, after he voted 3 times, he asked me why he hasn't received the voting rewards, after explaining to him that the voting rewards are bugged, he seemed disappointed with the situation. At that point I've decided to help him out, since he's a new player (Mine A) and I had a decent amount of money, I've decided to spare some of my money to cover his efforts. Here's how it went down: I've sent him 20Mil to cover his 3 votes, here's how he responded after he received 20Mil: After that he has opened up and even spoke with me about some suggestions, he had some ideas to share, so hopefully this guy joins the forums. I still see him actively playing on prison and being grateful for what I've given him, and that's time and a small portion of my balance. I forgot to screenshot most of our conversation mainly because I've had a lot of fun speaking with him, but I thought this would be a good enough example on how you can help out the server. Now I want us all to draw an conclusion from this post: One mans trash can be another mans treasure, the 20 Mil I've given to him didn't mean much to me, but it did mean much to him. He felt heard and noticed, he felt like he belonged here and had a spot in the community. I've mentioned that I will have a request for all of you at the beginning of the post, and here it is: In the upcoming days, do a nice thing for someone else (preferably someone new), it doesn't matter if you're a staff member or a regular player, make a new player or a player in need feel heard and helped, be kind to them and help them out. The time/resources you invest in helping them might not mean a lot to you, but trust me, it will mean a lot to them. That's one of the ways we as a community can attract new and friendly players to guildcraft. That's all from me, Vojkea out.