- May 28, 2007
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lol Yes, I was the only one getting loud and obnoxious at the whole tournament! -blatant sarcasm- While I maybe have been trash talking a few people while they played, a VAST majority of it was actually about the game and what happened IN the game. I probably said a total of less than 5 things that were actually considered "personal", and that's mostly because D'oH is actually homosexual... so you can't really say "ur gay!" without it actually having meaning. Too bad saying "gay" and "******" etc is pretty common and habitual in the smash community.hey i was there. so was drugged fox
so were doh, wobbles, and hungrybox
so was yay (the culprit)
we're all in position (oh babe) and we all agree it was too far. It won't happen again, at least in an ATL south tournament with people outside of our region.
I wish we could suggest a standardized ruleset (beyond stage lists) but no one would listen to us anyway.
oooo! oooo! thats me!!!!!"you have a gay playing style"
Check this out.
"Personal insults will not be tolerated at tournaments and noise must be kept at a level where the game may be clearly heard by both players. Failure to do so will result in disqualification or expulsion from the venue depending on the severity of the violation."
I think that covers a lot of bases.
I agree with this. Adding too many rules may be detrimental to their impact on people.I don't think a having a formal rule is really necessary, I think what needs to happen is the TO should be aware (or made aware by someone else) if something like this happens, and to warn the offending party or kick him out of the venue. The TO should also probably state in his own words, either in the OP of the tourney thread or by announcement at the tourney, a general idea of what is going to get you in trouble.
And we may potentially have more Cheese like people.I agree with this. Adding too many rules may be detrimental to their impact on people.
That's what a rule is....I don't think a having a formal rule is really necessary ....
..... The TO should also probably state in his own words, either in the OP of the tourney thread or by announcement at the tourney, a general idea of what is going to get you in trouble.