I'd agree with you, except the OP simply said, in summary, "a new player lost at fighting and decided to quit".Yes, I do, but I'm guessing you haven't heard of the effect of straw on a camel's back? The argument that because the devs have made many detrimental modifications to the game (which did drive off many players) means discontent is not warranted with new hindrances is illogical.
No matter, the harassment of the OP is unacceptable... even though they did the the same to me a while back. XD
First off, that sounds like an emotional and impulsive action which makes it hard for me to sympathize with them. If it wasn't the Spire today, it's going to be something else tomorrow.
Secondly and more importantly, that tells me absolutely nothing about what went wrong. Did said player use the wrong army match up? Did they not have sufficient army to begin with? Did they manual or auto fight? People have the same complaint (fighting is too hard!!!!!) for tournaments and clearing provinces. Without some detail, I really can't tell if a player had done their best and the game was really too difficult, or this might have just been a fool throwing resources into a black hole. That's what you'd call me if I told you I lost all my goods playing Spire by brute forcing my way through the convince option using random combinations of goods until I got all 5 correct, entirely randomly.
I played through the Spire and then gave feedback detailing precisely how I played and the resulting experience. Simply coming out and shouting "it sucks!!! I quit!!!" doesn't make your feedback useful.
Edit: I'm not calling the Spire perfect; it's far from it. You can read my feedback to see what I think needs to be changed. But even while waiting for change, there are ways to gain something from it, to varying degrees based on one's ability. So I absolutely don't buy the story that anyone should have to quit just because they failed at one instance of the Spire. Also, @Nonchalant Antipathy , I'd posit that your straw that broke the camel's back hypothesis doesn't apply to the player referred to by the topic starter of that other thread, because said camel is a new camel and I doubt has had many straws laid on their back thus far in the game