Riiight, but the name can be described fairly easily together with server details. Plus, it seems you can write ^ just fine. So all you’d have to say is “Beware but with an ^ above the last e”. Not that hard. Even easier to target call, all you have to say is Beware.
Meanwhile, if I were to try and describe your name, it’d go like this:
“O, with a vertical line across it, a, p, then something that looks like a mix between an n and an r, then another a, then a reversed N with a horizontally curved line above it, and an H. OapRNaNH, but with lots of crap in it!”
Kiinda hard. Even harder to target call that crap, while the e in my name can be called out as an actual e. While if anyone who doesn’t read cyrillic tries to target call your name like that, they first have to take extra time to read your name, and then come up with what it looks like, and then anyone who follows the target caller would have to do the same, because most of EU doesn’t read cyrillic letters. At all. Shouldn’t be expected to need to, either.
This process would have to be repeated for each player from a Russian realm when playing against 'em, as well. It’s absurd.
But I agree, there are lots of names intentionally made to be hard to target call and report via email even on EU servers.
^ Which is why I included that.
Except most names aren’t that hard on EU servers. Meanwhile, cyrillic names are always hard to target call and to report via email for everyone who doesn’t use the cyrillic alphabet.
Which is why screenshots are the only real way to pinpoint such things when reporting via email.
Impossible to target call it via names though. The cyrillic letters 9 out of 10 times doesn’t even resemble Roman letters.
But if the Roman alphabet group is so hard for you to call out, then I guess you agree to my point. That it isn’t good to mix alphabet groups in games.
Or maybe you agree with my other thread, where they should mix even more alphabets and symbols into character names.