Dear Ability, I love you. There's a ton of crap that needs to be done to NOTD before HOTS. We're here to help, but we need to see your priority list so we know what to focus on and can modify our plans properly. Let me tell you a story. Today, I decided I would hop on SourceForge and compile myself a Windows client for Unknown Horizons, a game I've been following since it first started development. Once I installed, I was greeted by a black screen. I hopped onto their forum only to discover that several other people were having this problem but the developers were too busy with bigger things to solve this small problem. Being impatient, I looked into it myself. It turns out that the engine it is built on has compatibility issues between OpenGL and older graphics cards, including my poor ATI 5870. I tracked down the settings file which, since its intended for the Linux kernel, is an .xml, not an .ini. With the file opened, I was shocked to discover that the only OpenGL setting involved compression, which wasn't related to the problem. I told you that to tell you this. It took me 5 minutes to add two boolean settings and to verify that it fixed the problem. I then hopped on their wiki and added info on how to fix the problem. This goes for Blaqk Ops and Developers. Start with the small problems and work our way up. Reflexes needs to be movespeed buff instead of attack speed? Great, 5 minutes to change and test. Next issue. I don't want to see NOTD run into the same problem that Unknown Horizons did by focusing too much on large, time-consuming work when there are important nuances that need adjusting. Before you start your next big project or before you start working on the next rework or revamp, take an inventory of all the little shit that needs to be done and take care of it first. The end result of a 5 minute change and a 5 hour change is not as much as you think. If you take the time to work out six changes that each take five minutes, then you have accomplished more than if you took care of one change that required 30 minutes. Just sayin'. If you don't agree, say so.