Why is . allowed in your username? It's kind of random. It's actually bad because scam accounts can type a scam website link as their username. It makes more sense to add - or space or # or something.
If they added #, it also really makes things a lot easier. In the current reservation system, it's not guaranteed you will get any reservation, because if your account is like amongus#6492, it tries to reserve amongus and amongus6942, but if there are accounts like amongus#1234 and amongus6942#1234/aMONgUs#6942 that are older than your account, they will take both of those and you will get nothing. But with #, you can just change to amongus#6942. That name will not be taken by the aforementioned other users, or anyone else, because # was previously forbidden in usernames. So it guarantees that everyone person has a secure reservation, and one that is probably pretty acceptable.
I think the # username would be acceptable to a lot of people. People will still feel like they have the name that represents them, their preferred/usual name, and it won't feel lame. Like UnicornLover462 or x_GodHunter_x seem really lame, it's basically what little kids do when they come up with something really unoriginal and of course it's taken so they have to make edits. discord's suggestion to add random junk to your desired username so you can use it is like not very good at all. The discriminator system was great because everyone does it and everyone is used to it, so it isn't lame. Discriminators basically provided a non-lame way to slightly modify your username of choice in order to find an availability. Now, there are no non-lame ways to do this, but if # was allowed, I think that would be probably non-lame.
Maybe # is a special character for channel names, so that might be a problem. But that has never been a problem before. I think it's fine. If discord allows #, it's almost like people who don't like the username change can just opt out of it.
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