I randomly was reminded of my offtopic-making back when I was new here, as I saw a quote from one of them in a conversation log, so I got nostalgic and went back to look at them. And I decided, it’s high time I re-make offtopic number 1, as the community has changed a lot and it would be fun to see how it’s changed.
For those of you that wasn’t around when I had my offtopic-era, number 1 was a short survey on age, nationality and gender.
1. How old are you?
(If you are younger I guess you just got discriminated!)
2. What continent are you from?
A) North America
B) Central America
C) South America
G) Australia/New Zealand/Whatever the name of this part of the world is called
Feel free to tell which country you are from if you want, perhaps you can find someone in your country close to you that you can talk to about the game =)
I will post a summarized result in the first post at some point in the future. And yes, I did copy that directly from the old thread. So, let’s get those statistics!
Any badgering of Tukkun about his nationality, or private life, could result in the locking of this thread, so please do not. Besides, it’s rude, so keep your curiosity to yourself.
35 replies, 4 of which were disqualified due to improper format, so final count 31.
A) 11-15 – 8 people (25.8%)
B) 16-20 – 4 people (12.9%)
C) 21-25 – 11 people (35.5%)
D) 26+ – 8 people (25.8%)
Comparison to original thread: Largest age group has moved up one section, with C winning this time compared to B last time, with 33.3% vs 32.1% last time. D has gone up from 17.8% to 26.7%, which is somewhat surprising.
A) North America – 16 (51.6%)
B) Central America – 0
C) South America – 1 (3.2%)
D) Europe – 10 (32.3%)
E) Asia – 1 (3.2%)
F) Africa – 0
G) Oceania – 3 (9.7%)
Comparison to old thread: North America still wins, and this time with 51.6% compared to 35.7% last time. The South American crowd, and the Asian, has gone down, whereas Europe went up quite a bit.
A) Male – 29 (93.5%)
B) Female – 2 (6.5%)
Comparison to old thread: No surprise whatsoever that the main crowd is male, but a tad surprising that female is the same, when we actually have a larger female crowd.
Naturally these are all totally pointless since 31 people is virtually nothing and too little to give any real idea, but, I still find it interesting. I hope someone else does too =)