I'm very well aware that there are things that cannot be cancelled or postponed. That's why you got a roster of more than 6 players. I just find it laughable how you seem to be unable to stick to rules you agreed to when signing up and then complain about someone sticking to the rules. Those 10 minutes leniency are already 10 minutes that I'd prefer to not have to wait. If I tell you we'll be ready at 20:00 we'll be ready at 20:00 and not 20:10. Those 10 minutes are there for cases just like yours where stuff comes up and you need to deal with it. So no. We did not cancel the game cause of 3 minutes (the earliest that I got a reply from Spooky saying he got his 6th guy was 20:15 btw but that's not the main point) it's because of 15 minutes of us waiting for you to fix your ****.
Well my response to Draq was mainly about him creating an account on the forum just to write about how ****ty we are for playing by the rules. And yeah, I'm not using TW forum for too long either. Very clever of you to notice. Did you also notice that I was more active on the forum in these 9 months than you were in your 3 years of having an account on this forum? Does that qualify anything? Not really.
I highly doubt that he was playing Bannerlord before I even heard of it as I've been following the developments on Bannerlord since 2015 (oh no, I'm not a hero of the first hour, how sad)
On the same note, I've also been playing Warband since 2013 (and got like 2k hours). Does that change anything? Not really. Just wanted to point that out.
But hey, if you wanna keep on speculating about what would have happened if we did actually play the match you can keep doing so. I'm not going to stop you... but I won't really pay attention to it either.
Well neither of my paragraphs addressed anything you said cause you didn't really say much. You were trying to front us and I just put information out there that make the situation clear to everyone who wasn't directly involved in this.
Btw it's the same for us. We got jobs or uni to attend to. But we made the effort to organize our day around the tournament match. I called off a DnD session I host early cause we had the match. Another member organized his meeting at work so that he'd be done with work by 19:30 CEST. We planned on using 1h 30 mins for this match as our experience showed us matches can stretch for quite some time. 2 of my guys had to leave at 21:00 which was fine as I still had 6 players after that, another one had to leave at 21:30 though. If we now started playing 20:20 and the games either take too long or there's too much time between the games I'd be a player short on the last, maybe the last 2 matches. I'd have to default those matches then. And why? Cause you guys don't show up in time.
I already assumed so before, but your posts made it clear to me. You don't see us as equals. You think it's fine to waste our time cause we "were going to loose anyways". Well, seeing this I'm not regretting requesting the default win. Maybe you'll learn from this and show your next enemies the respect they deserve.
Oh boy. I'm so scared of you talking "roughly" to me. Please, someone save me from this newly created TW account. Sorry man, can't take you serious. And yeah, you're salty. Otherwise you wouldn't be here on the forum whining.
I was already wondering. When I was eating just now it felt like my food was a little bit salty. This is prolly the reason.
Was actually already expecting something like this. I wanna point out that my guys and I were ready to go the moment the match was planned for. All 8 of us were here and ready to play. You, however, decided that showing up on time and playing when agreed on isn't worth bothering. Apart from the fact that the rules quite clearly state that a delay of more than 10 minutes has to be reported to the administration, I think it's also showing how little respect you show to your enemy. My roster of 8 players was there and ready to go whilst your roster of 14 can't even muster 6 men for a tournament match.