Yeah! Evil, remove hardy from the list please.
I'm just going to be out the 1st and 2nd of December (and I'll probably still going to be able to post), I'm just telling you.
Each day is a whole phase. If you're going to be busy for more than 2 phases what's the point? Because even if you can post once or twice you will not be able to read everything that you missed. It's pointless. Play the next one, enjoy your birthday and getting drunk instead of rushing home to make weak posts (and probably still end up hostkilled).
Besides if your hosting friends for your birthday hardy, its a bit rude to be stuck on the computer for long right? Fuck it and enjoy your birthday.
Last edited by Imperium; November 23, 2012 at 11:35 AM.
If you miss out one day phase, because of a private event, make sure to at least place a vote and contribute something to the discussion. Else sign out, because hostkilling can unbalance the game a lot.
So we have a rule saying that if you don't vote in each phase and if you don't post something contributing to the game, you're out, right? (if we don't, we should! ....imo....). Then we could just add some rule saying that if you get hostkilled due to inactivity, you're out of the next game. It's a temporary penalty, so it wouldn't be that harsh and it would spare us from a lot of arguing over who's in and who's out xD
Cut the spam please. That warning goes for all of you.
Personally, Hardy I agree with Imp regarding your participation in this game but if you feel you're up to it then as long as Evil agrees then it's fine.... but punishment for hostkill needs to be set so that people don't take the game too lightly. For now I think if you get hostkilled, missing the following game is enough( as suggested by Farfalla iirc), will review it later depending on activity and how often games are hosted.
I altered the rules a little according to our discussions here and installed a "hall of shame" which will contain the list of rule breakers. We talk a lot about excluding players, yet it never been executed until today, because over the time we all forget who ghost-posted in the previous game, or whatsoever. It is to keep track of it. But more as a deterrent actually...