HelRZR was my partner I played doubles with back in 2007/2008 if anyone would take the time to look back that far. He was known as Dwarfthis. We played a lot back in them days and then as such within everything our rt lives got busy. I talked him into coming back to play doubles again along with it, we brought a couple of new members.
I don't like the way this was handled by the admin personally, due to the fact the account in question hasnt been used in 5 yrs. HelRZR didn't have the email account any longer nor remembered the password to that account. Hell I'm 49 yrs old and got lucky I even remembered mine. for not playing in 5yrs.
It is one thing to ban a player, but it is even more unfair not only to the players involved when multiple sets of cards can get played then a double team to take the single player left out after his partner gets banned.
The admins need to ban the team within things to make it fair to others. Especially if they monitor this so dang close within things and to be fair within it all. They also need to figure out a time frame for an account that goes inactive. An account that has not been played in 5yrs? give me a break. I don't care if the admins keep preaching breach of rules or not. The only rule HelRZR Broke was coming back here to join me once again to play doubles with a new account due to the simple fact:
1. He hadnt played the old account in 5 yrs
2. The email was invalid
3. He couldnt remember the password to it.
and without an email or password, he made a new account, some breach of rules if you ask me on an account that was covered in dust for over 5 yrs.
Empire of Arnor.
In fact I am going to add more to this, What would have been reasonable to resolve this whole situation, is if the admin would have gotten with HelRZR and looked into exactly what had transpired and gave him the option, seeing the old account hadnt been used in over 5yrs, he didnt have the email to that account anymore, he didnt have the password to that account anymore. To either keep the new one he had, or go back to the old one. But within it, allowing him to finish the doubles and triple match's, if he was to go back to the old account and close it once those games were done.
There was a lot of other options the admin could have done to resolve this matter instead of the one that transpired within it. Is that justice? Is that being fair to all involved in the games that was being played? And yes I know the admin will spout off their one rule they can hide behind Multi Accounts on a 5 year old account that hadnt been touched or played and knowing the circumstances behind it.
So within being reasonable and fair, there was none within this decision nor to that of those involved in some dang good games that was being played.