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qwert wrote:poll restarded???
What these mean, again voting, and again poll restarded. Its look that lack want to get in time, becauase i dont see anywhere some explanation for these.
TheSaxlad wrote:The Dice suck a lot of the time.
And if they dont suck then they blow.
Joodoo wrote:Anyone care to explain what the score plateau medal is about?
greenoaks wrote:qwert wrote:""by greenoaks on Mon May 09, 2011 3:19 am
he also removed what had been implemented.""
Can someone tell me what medal are implemented?
i think it was the Random map medal
For all these f**** period,only one medal whas implemented!!!!!!
11 jun 2008,these is date when these topic created, and these mean that every 2 years,one medal will be implemented!?!? These is so pointless. Again for some period(lets say 1 year) one medal will be implemented and poll will be again restarted(almost write retarded).
Its these so dificlulty to implement more then one medal per year?
General Bax wrote:I suggest map champ medals.
The medals will be given to the best three players on any given map (according to map rank, unique defeats
or any other criteria to be decided), and the beauty of it is that the medals will be mobile, i.e.,
classcic map champ (gold) of today could be de-medaled tomorrow if he doesn't keep up with hungry
players down the map's food chain
Ugly_Moose wrote:I am not sure if this has been suggested or not.
But how about a Map Rank Medal based on points earned on a map.
In my case for example I am near 9500 points on Battle for Iraq. Seems like something should happen at the 10000 points earned.
My suggestion is a medal based on reaching some points on a map bronze for one map, silver for two maps and gold for three maps only if your reach 5000 points on each map.
This should make it a little interesting on the medal chasers. Hard to get 5000 points on a map let alone 3 maps.
If 5000 is too low then some other higher number but still based on number of maps and points earned.
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