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I'd like to see a single match on dreamland take even HALF as a long as that boom vs gerson matchSounds like tourneys should be banned, not Hyrule rofl. If two guys do a 60-minute match, more power to them. It won't bother anyone else unless there's only one TV or you REALLY want to play one of those two guys.
I was ready to feed boom and insulin him if he needed it lolI'm really curious as to what they actually did when they were just chilling. I would need something to keep my mind occupied. Where's dildo girl when you need her?
imo if you learn the neutral game in a close quarters stage like dreamland it's relatively easy to make the switch to a large and open stage like hyrule. i don't think the reverse is true.it's like they drop an entire tier from just playing a different stage lmao
This was half the argument for banning hyrule. "Enforcing a stalling rule" is essentially the same as forcing someone to lose a stock or just take extra damage by forcing them to do a really bad approach.Still salty about the fact that the stalling rule not being enforced.
I get that drawing the line in the sand is difficult, but you'd think that 5 minutes of gerson not approaching would be enough, especially if you wanted it as part of the rules.
i've been thinking about this, maybe this can be avoided... the rule should separate both of them, going to their initial spawn positions.. like in ultimate fighting, when the fight gets stuck, fighters against the ropes on top of each other, then the fighters go to each corner and the battle resumes... this is not hard to do at all, it's kinda what we do in Brazil, we never had a match longer then 8 minutes (at the absolutely most, 90% of our matches have 2:30~4 minutes).This was half the argument for banning hyrule. "Enforcing a stalling rule" is essentially the same as forcing someone to lose a stock or just take extra damage by forcing them to do a really bad approach.
That puts whoever is winning at a disadvantage. If someone fought and spaced hard and well enough to get the superior defensive position and maintain it, why is he being forced to arbitrarily give it up when someone subjectively decided he had spent too long in that defensive position? Literally no other fighting game or competitive video game ever does this and it sounds like a ridiculous solution to a problem that doesn't need to exist (like allowing hyrule as a legal stage)i've been thinking about this, maybe this can be avoided... the rule should separate both of them, going to their initial spawn positions.. like in ultimate fighting, when the fight gets stuck, fighters against the ropes on top of each other, then the fighters go to each corner and the battle resumes... this is not hard to do at all, it's kinda what we do in Brazil, we never had a match longer then 8 minutes (at the absolutely most, 90% of our matches have 2:30~4 minutes).
If you WANT to play campy and gay, you can, in any stage, i've seen matches incredibly long in DL, especially involving kirby and jiggly..
It's a rule that cannot be enforced. How often would you "enforce it" if you could? When no one takes damage for 3 minutes? 5 minutes? 8? How would you know that it has "been enforced"? If someone jumps on one of the middle platforms in hyrule but not the top platform, can that be considered "an attempt to approach"? If not, then what exactly counts as good enough to be considered an "approach" in a scenario like that?Right, but it was still part of the ruleset.
You can't reason with South Americans when it comes to that kinda stuff lol. Just let them be delusionalperu logic
marca beats boom = WE BEAT BOOM
TIMER RULEOnce again, I get it. I said it's difficult to draw the line, but 60 minutes? if those were the rules and you were one of the TO's (and don't say "i wouldnt allow hyrule in the first place") wouldn't you enforce the rule?
Im absolutely ok with that, but that wasnt in the rules. I guess that's Karajans fault lmaoTIMER RULE
Upon the start of a match, a timer outside of the game such as a stopwatch or a phone timer will begin with a time limit of 8 minutes. When the timer runs out, whoever has the most stocks wins. If stocks are even, whoever has the least amount of damage wins.
Dude, from 1-10, how salty are the peruvians? South American's aren't like Americans. They don't hide their salt in personI told gerson multiple times he had to approach. He did eventually (like 30 something minutes). The funny part was when boom was behind they all said he had to approach and boom was like, well gerson had 30 minutes so I should too rofl