Others I think are fine as it stands now. Though if memorial articles become more common, a separate subreddit? I think that it's called might be Animal Crossing New Horizons Items a nice idea. It would give a place for those who want to share in their grief or loss, while keeping it different for those who play this game to escape these things.
"Spoiler" tag demands often seem to turn into criticizing/piling on users that time travel about how they are playing the game"wrong," which to me is completely counter to the spirit of both this community and this particular game.
1 difficulty I've had with rules is that I had a post auto-removed, I don't know why, and if I asked why it had been auto-removed I have no answer. If this community will utilize auto-removal I hope we can at least inform people why posts are eliminated?
Also it would be wonderful to have discretionary flair for hours and/or months played. A whole lot of new players arrived on over the holidays and it was sometimes hard to find out how to pitch responses when I couldn't tell if somebody had been playing the sport for weeks or even a few days.
It's also kind of annoying that dreams are relegated into the sticky thread, so you will find continuous boring/similar image posts (villager photographs or gold tools are cool accomplishments, but viewing them happen to somebody else to the 100th time can be a snooze) and more involved/creative jobs like island-wide quests are hidden in a thread which has little interaction.
I'd like to view flair for photoshopped screenshots. If they're an obvious meme/juxtaposition such as Bernie sitting in your plaza, but if you photoshop on wings into your outfit, put an impossible item on a desk, or change the color of a non-customizable item it ought to be flagged so people will not be disappointed if they can not replicate it in-game.
I don't think spoiler tags need to be divisive. Right now it becomes a problem because there are no clear rules about what is expected and acceptable in the sub.
If the rules were more clear (ie: spoiler tags required for events which haven't occurred in real time or spoiler tags required for articles that contain items which have been attained via hacking to circumvent timelocking) perhaps users would not take Cheap Animal Crossing Items it as a personal attack in their play style when individuals requested they use a spoiler tag.