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  • Ranmaru

    To be honest, the smaller subreddits are the better ones anyway. Sure, it's fun to browse AskReddit and see what a lot of people are writing, but for any sort of serious discussion I found the smaller forums much nicer and more helpful. The more members a community has, the higher is the amount of trolls and spammers as well.

    So even if Snapzu stays smaller, maybe even significantly smaller than Reddit, it might have a nicer community altogether.

    • AnusBlender

      The only reason I still use Reddit is to visit a few smaller subs. The big ones got really toxic. I think I'll be sticking around Snapzu for a while.

      • Cheski

        They certainly did get toxic. r/DayZ was a great example of that. Regardless of your opinion of where DayZ stands as a game.

      • QuietKerfuffle
        @Cheski -

        Is Dayz still a game? I thought they switched up to malware a while ago. ;-)

      • Cheski
        @QuietKerfuffle -


        It is currently a starving simulator.