Hi all !
I don't have a team and I would like to play the team challenge.
Do you think it's better to create a new team and ask the other players without team to join me or to join a team with a free spot (player who's quite the game or eliminated) ?
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Bandido wrote:I asked some NO-TEAM players if they want to join me and create a new team to play the team challenge.
I got one positive answer and Im waiting for the others. I will let you know.
This is fine. I think it was always DJENRE's intention to let people who had joined without teams to join them afterward. I also think, that since every team but one is short players, that the existing teams should be allowed to recruit NO TEAM players to join them. There is only one thing that I think would be unacceptable, and that would be for existing teams to poach members from other existing teams.
1. NO TEAM players joining together to form a new team. GOOD
2. Existing teams recruiting NO TEAM players to join them. GOOD
3. Existing teams recruiting players from other existing teams. BAD
As an addendum to the above, however, I would say this: After
qualification is complete and the team matches are set, then
it might be okay for teams who qualified for the finale to recruit players from teams who didn't make it, as long as the points of such players have not been used to help them qualify. Willing to entertain debate on this point.
I guess I should talk more about the team finale. The top eight teams will be in a bracket playoff. Team 1 will face Team 8, Team 2 will face Team 7, and so on. Third round, Winner of 1/8 faces winner of 2/7, and so on. Third round, winner of 1/8/2/7 faces winner of 3/4/5/6.
Each round will be three games. To give home ice (or home pitch for those of you who don't play hockey, lol) advantage to the higher-ranking team, the higher ranking team in each match will pick 2 maps and the lower-ranking team will pick one map. The maps can ONLY be chosen from those that were used in the tournament: Africa, France, Nordic Countries, Iceland, USA, Lunar War, Arctic, Greenland, South America, Australia, and Oceania. If you qualify to pick 2 maps, they must be 2 different
maps from the list. If you are the team only picking one, you can pick any map, and there is no problem with it being the same as a map that the other team chose.
All games will be quads and will use the settings that have been used throughout this tournament: Flat-rate, Foggy, etc.