There is a little mistake in the Division overview you pinned, DR ST is playing in Div C and Battle Brothers in B (now listed as team in C)
It's ironic that all the people advocating that it's not a big deal are almost always the ones that don't have to do it
It's not changing your name for one match, it's for ALL the matches. At the very least we deserve a good reason for doing it.
Maybe to help you understand let's have everyone that participates put BEAST5 in their names so we know who does and doesn't participate in this tourney. I mean why not, and don't you dare complain about it cause that is more work then simply changing your name once.
when you want to keep the tag on 24/7 sure. when you don't, playing even one of 4 sets without your extra tag (i.e [DoF] krex rather than [DoF] Friend_krex) gets you banned for a match - cross-tournament. very fun.I did it also for several BEAST seasons - its not difficult
Condoms serve an actual purpose, birth control. Team tags have no purpose other then you have to do it because we tell you to do it, now go do it, it's easy so why complain!I sucked up the prefix FT in BEAST#2, played without a prefix in BEAST#3, I put on the prefix LX when I joined Deutschritter's 2nd team as well in BEAST#4. So the rule kinda concerned me too, now I don't have to put a prefix because, well, Memento Mori just fields one team.
Guess what? It's not a big deal. I never got suspended. x)
Debate it all you like, the admins wont drop it, so the tag will be needed for safe tournament intercourse like a condom. What do you do with condoms after the deed? You get rid of them. Feel free to do the same to your tournament tag after the tournament intercourse has been concluded.
ok, here's my questions:
We've had this discussion multiple times already but I still do not understand either.
- Why are extra tags needed for two teams of a clan that are in different divisions?
- Why is the punishment for missing it for even part of a match an instant suspension in all but the first week? Why not a warning?