I'm saying the methodology is messed up. Whats happening here is 'well, I'll PM Ephiral. See if that works. Hmmm... nope, no response from Vekseid, so I guess the Ephiral method doesn't work. But that doesn't mean Oniya doesn't work!'
This can repeat indefinitely. We can certainly continue testing usernames to reach Vekseid, sure, but how many users are on Elliquiy? Do we test each one until Vekseid responds? We can try, but first you need to ask yourself what is a PM? Maybe before we test each name one after the other we should investigate what a PM actually is, if it can be done at all.
And with a PM system, there are ways to see if a PM was actually sent, if they received it, or if and why it was rejected.
But the system in place for prayer is not like that, it's more like a blank black screen in dos.
/PM Ephiral. Hello Vekseid.
No response, just a blinking square.
/PM Oniya. Vek? You there?
Nope. Blinking square.
It's a less then desirable scenario for testing, wouldn't you agree?
And I guess that's my point really. This is a no feedback system. How the hell do you test that?