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Nice one hubb !! Sad i couldnt join and watch ur & manofwar fight yestarday=(((
Actually I think a ladder is the best format for a game with warband's activity and there's a lot else good about naste, that's why I let naste teams use my server even when I'd rather be playing on it myself. A lot of the rules are completely anti-competition and they damage what you're trying to do with it.Orion said:For somebody that isn't even involved in NASTe you seem to have a pretty strong opinion about it. Care to point out any examples of tournaments that went flawlessly the first time?[M] said:This isn't naste where you confirm times and turn up if you feel like it and cancel matches if they're not going your way.
I think the fact that NASTe is flexible makes it easier for teams to sign up and become part of competitive play. Being an obstinate ******* runs counter to that ideal.
I think that duel tournaments should just be in like 1-2 days. You just get everybody one one server and they go through the bracket, this tournament took way to long.captain lust said:Nice fights guys. Should have a video up a bit later.
Congratulations to M and thanks to the Hasek for organising the tournament (even if it took... a little longer than expected ). Personally, I don't see why duel tournaments need to be longer than a fortnight but I know the top duelists would never stand for it.
Team dueling? Ahh skeet skeet yeah. That would make me reconsider my plan to drop this game for the semester.Orion said:Or maybe a team dueling ladder. Not sure yet. Pairs and triples, maybe?