"Hello there. This is, well, a studio for the people that remember the summers of 2014 and 2015, or at least the era of Scratch, that lasted through July 2014 - August 2015, which is considered the Golden Age. We are the ones that have to rebuild Scratch. We are the ones that have to bring the Golden Age back. With so many missing people, it will be tough. But I know we can do it." - @leiadog
"Funny thing is, when I made low quality projects back when I was new to Scratch, it wouldn't get to the front page, but now, the new people are making low quality projects, and are getting to the front page. How ironic." - @AwesomeMarioBros
"Things used to be kinda not good with scratch, but now things are looking a lot better in my eyes." - @machoman363
"A long time ago, it wasn't edible fidget spinner projects that got on the front page. It was quality animations. Even the cat animations: People were fine with them because they were actually good. Now it's just projects that were slapped together in a few hours. Quality things are few and far between. 2015 was much better than now." - @Gamation
"My only problem that I want to mention here is the drama, it has grown since 2015 and it doesn't show much of a sign of stopping. I believe the Community Guidelines should be followed a lot closer." - @TheFlameOfLloviant
"The Scratch Team killed it's own website. For instance, through Lyrics Taken Literally, the trend benefited low quality animators due to it's simplicity and attention the studio would bring the projects. Instead of doing something clever with their fame or improving on their flaws, the low quality animators got lazier and lazier, because their fans would still love and favorite despite the quality. This spread throughout Scratch, making it the sad ghost town that it is today."
"It's hard to stay motivated anymore when most of Scratch seems to favor low quality animations usually about trends as long as they have an attractive thumbnail. Most of the Scratchers who make these kinds of projects know they're churning out mediocre content but they do it anyway for the views."
"Scratch has almost turned into those terrible channels on YouTube. Like Logan Paul. They make terrible quality videos, but to make up for it they make a lot of videos. Everyone seems to just be reaching for the status of 'popular' which shouldn't really be a thing on Scratch. The community used to be a community and now it's not."