Ok, big dump of ideas here we go…
About #game-chat, having things like AFK messages shown in Discord would be useful, e.g. someone says “wb” when someone returns from their afk session but people in Discord don’t know what they are wb’ing about.
About that, when staff aren’t in-game people might end up spamming things like /me and /love and /hate and /foodfight, so if it is possible to print that to #game-chat it would make it better to moderate when staff aren’t in-game.
Another suggestion would be to have nicknames shown in #game-chat, e.g. LordDecapo sets their nickname to something like DeCapo or DumbAssCapo but have their nickname shown in #game-chat. (Colours are not necessary of course)
A suggestion about formatting between in-game and in Discord #game-chat would be to have certain formatting show, e.g. someone in-game makes a joke like “This looks very
cringe pog”, that would not show correctly in Discord and may cause misunderstanding and confusion, and this would apply vice-versa e.g. someone in Discord makes that joke but people in-game do not see the formatting, so having sample text (&m in-game) show in Discord and vice versa. Another cross-formatting suggestion would be to have things in Discord like **test** and __test__ show the characters used for it in-game but show the formatting in Discord.
This one is not an important one, but maybe have Admin colour from Discord show something like &4 in-game instead of &6 like Engineer shows in-game from Discord too so that they appear different. Like I said this one is not important but it is another idea I have.
I personally think these changes would help bring more context to #game-chat and help avoid misunderstanding and confusion caused by things like poor cross-formatting.
Also well done if you read through all this kek