Not really, I think you’re just shifting the goalposts of your argument whenever there’s a comment that invalidates something you’ve just stated as ‘fact’.
It is a fact that skill injectors reduce training time for skills, yes, we all know that and you’re just being silly if you are now trying to say the whole debate is about whether that is a thing or not.
You talk to me about reading the whole thread? If you think for a second everything I have posted so far is an attempt to argue that skill injectors do not speed up the time it takes to learn a skill then you’re the one that needs a re-read. But I think you know better, and are just playing games to dodge around any valid counters to your comments.
I’ve made my point about new players and the ride they are on enough times already and what you are saying does not hold true, at least in my experience (and apparently the other genuine new guy in here who seems to think along similar line to me).
I don’t know how many actual new players it takes to stand up and say that you are misrepresenting them before you accept you might be, but it seems wrong to me that you can claim to know more about new players than the actual new players who post here to give their side of the story. I could be an exception, so could the other guy, but to me that just seems to be an easy ‘I win’ button you have created for yourself.
I know that is often how it works on these forums, I have seen pages of veterans pondering what new players want / need / expect / like / dislike, and as now, I have seen actual new players left out of the equation, because those veterans don’t actually want to know what new players think, they just want to be right about what they think new players want.
So you go ahead, you tell us what a group you don’t even represent wants, and don’t worry if anyone actually from that group says otherwise.