October 13- 6th, 7th, 8th games started
Oct 11- 3rd game started
October 3- 1st , 2nd, 4th, 5th games started
1 game hasn’t started yet. This is 8 games starting in 10 days. This is a week in a half. But why was this?
The week of- 09/23- first set of 3 invites sent out (in all three- someone missed an invite, so they did not start.
The week of 09/30- second set of three invites sent out, and invites for the first three games re-sent. 2 of the first three games started, and 2 of the second set of games started. One invite was missed in the second batch of games- which is why only 2 started in that batch. An invite was missed for the second time in a row in the first 3-set of games. I did not re-send that invite. So only two of those games started. This makes four games total starting on the same day, October 3.
The week of 10/07- the third set of three invites were sent out. That should’ve been about two nights ago. I would have sent those games out sooner, however I tried to give your group some extra time, as a courtesy. All three of those games started today.
Last night, October 12, I re-made the game that had been deleted. Normally, this game would’ve had to wait about another month to be re-made. However, in game finder, I still had spots left over for Group 3. So it wouldn’t be too confusing to make this game now while those slots were still available. Keep in mind, this game should’ve started the week before 09/30. Due to missed invites, it started late.
But your group unfortunately, seemed to have the most issues with missed invites. Not necessarily from your team, but from the teams you are playing against in your group. So yes, that messed up the natural starting time of the games. I can’t control that your games started later than they were supposed to; and that more than three game started at once due to missed invites. I sent the original invites out at the time they were supposed to. I feel that is what you and mviola are not understanding.
Since when having no room on first page is a problem? There are handful other ways to achieve the same effect within 1 post.
I'm actually not sure what you mean here. Please elaborate. What other ways? Just keep in mind though, that I am not going to copy/paste it to the OP. But if you have other ideas, I'd love to hear.
To be precise 9 days if I accept the last invite today.
10 days; however, I began sending out the invites the week of 09/23. I explained all of that above. Mviola has no need to exaggerate, and she doesn't seem to understand what really happened with the invites and why things were delayed.
no its not against the rules to have no brain... Since you are dumb enough to figure it out on your own I'll translate it to you. I did read the format but yesterday I accepted 4 invites, currently I have 2 new. Last week I started 3 games which puts all games within a week.
This is not correct. Please see above.
The game that I was re invited into was Game 11724875Watch game... I don't see Hook2 in it but if you do you should visit a Doctor, he can help you. For your information more then 1 game was missing, and some games are still missing even now.
My apologies on that one. I got Hook's team confused with Momo's team. I just knew there was one invite you had missed and assumed it was the one against Hook's team. And yes, I know that more games were missing, but that wasn't really the point here. It was not the time for three of them been created yet- and it meant that one Hook game would have still been missing. When I realized my mistake, and saw I had extra room in the game-finder, I decided to re-make the last Hook game.
For all normal world standings mean current standings regardless if the round is finished or not, except for you. But since we are not mind readers you should have written what you mean in the first page.
I kinda understand what you mean here, especially if you think about how standings are done in sports. I do keep track of the wins (not losses though, because it's really not important in this tourney) in a post on the second page. But remember, DS games take a long time to finish, and for the first few weeks or even first month, there are not enough games finished or wins for it to be worth being tracked. It's a different type of tourney. But when enough games have finished, I do start posting wins. Also, I thought each individual team would have a good enough idea of how well they are doing in their own group. To me- standings means when you get an idea of how a team ranks amongst the other teams in his group/division. If every team just has one win each- it doesn't make sense to me to post standings yet. Once leaders start emerging- then definitely.
I quoted when did u edit out your posts... and it was over 1 month between some action from you. Your logic is amazing it works only for you
I'm not sure if you were including both the times when I edited the OP and when I edited the post on page 2. I am pretty certain that one of the other was edited within a month. But yes, it has been over a month since I edited the OP. It doesn't need anymore editing- especially once sign-ups concluded. I honestly, don't think it listed all the timestamps either. It should, of course- but I don't believe that it did for whatever reason. I can't prove that though. I just know that I edited the page 2 post once a week on average.
Actually you not knowing the current rules has a lot with what you are doing wrong in here. Btw the rule is almost 2 years old
I still don't think that I am doing things wrong. The fact that I am not doing things the way you feel I should be, does not necessarily make them wrong. What you listed is a guideline (posting once every 30 days). Yes, its what I should be doing; however, I didn't because there was no reason for me to make a new post yet. I could've said something like, "Round 1 is still in progress," but I had already said that, and didn't see a need to say it again. Just doesn't seem like a big deal to me. I was also doing most of my communication via pm, with those who had questions. My whole objective is to make sure the tourney is fair, follows the format, and that I track the wins accurately, the right people advance and so forth. Also, perhaps that rule that Nosurvivors stated is not strictly followed, because the tourney I am in has lasted for over a year. Or it's possible the TD's don't know about it. It's a great tourney by the way, and the nature of the format is what makes it so ongoing. Also, I wonder if clan tournaments are exempt from this one, because CL and CC can last over a year.