The stories are written and uploaded, but they need their boss battles coded. This is what we mean when we say Yuki and Yuudai have a lot to do. The boss battles have to be coded by them, but they are busy fixing up the issues the players have raised with the game, which obviously takes priority. So when time allows for the bosses to be coded, the chapters will be released, but that depends on how quickly these new changes are implemented and how well they are received.
I understand your point fully. However, as one of the lower class players who actually play for the story (which I thank Nori and the admins highly for), I would appreciate more attention to the actual rpg storyline. Personally, I feel as though that has taken a backseat lately.
I love Nori's storylines, and I want more than anything to see more of them. So please put more emphasis on the story-loving player base as well; at the very least to give Nori his due credit.
I do not wish to offend any staff member in any single way because I know they all do their own part, but from what I have witnessed lately, Nori
is the only admin who actually provides constructive criticism.
Trust me, I lead a class of college students. They all have opinions. Some are good, some are absolutely ?#%@*!$ stupid. The difference is that I pay attention to every idea and discern whether they are viable or not. I'm older than many of you and I know what works, so try my advice for a change.
Moral of the story? If an idea sucks, tell them it sucks. Don't be afraid to be honest. People can only grow from their shortcomings. At the same time, if an idea rocks, let them know it rocks and evolve with it.