I don't like the proposal. Maybe I'm just one for detail but what was given wasn't enough detail for me to vote yes on it. Yes, I would love to have free trade so I can host my own drop parties again, but I don't know if there will be restrictions or not. Since that isn't laid out on the table, I couldn't vote yes. Albeit, my vote isn't going to matter due to the overwhelming response for a yes, I still feel like I did my part in voting no. I'll receive any update that comes but I would prefer more information. That's why I didn't vote in the first phase.
That makes no sense, excuse the pun. You voted no because you don't know whether you'll be able to do drop partys or not? Surely you'd vote undecided if anything or just don't vote at all if the deciding factor is unknown but I'm fairly sure it's known - it will be the same as before. Might be an assumption but it isn't too big of an assumption.
I don't understand the differences in the polls on the main runescape page and on tipit I would of thought tipit, with a more concentrated number of experienced players would vote yes. I just have no idea why people would want a game to be more restricted than before, it's like having stabilizers on a bike when we don't need stabilizers, we can ride a bike perfectly well.
The only logical reason that I can see with people voting in favour of restricted trading and wild is that it will increase the motives of hackers. If that's the only reason then you shouldn't be voting, it's your responsibility to keep your account safe, if you can't do that don't play. In the 9 years of playing runescape not once has any of my 5 accounts been hijacked, common sense prevents account hijacking.