Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Call for Judgment: First Set Closing Ceremony Summoning

Reached quorum 2-4. Failed by card.

Adminned at 17 May 2017 16:49:02 UTC

Once this CfJ is enacted, it will be recognized that Cuddlebeam has effectively has performed the first 10 Final Bowl rounds as posted, and the Commissioner should post the Closing Ceremony in a timely manner which includes the following results (or synonyms of it):

Cuddlebeam has won four games, 13-0
PSS has won three games, 13-0, and lost all others 0-13
Matt has won two games, 13-0, and lost all others 0-13
Sphinx has won one game, 13-0, and lost all others 0-13
card has lost all games 0-13

Appropriate CfJ for that first round

Comments

pokes:

05-17-2017 11:13:29 UTC

Second set maybe but first set against, I still think the stats were relevantly above the 10 maximum.

Publius Scribonius Scholasticus:

05-17-2017 11:21:17 UTC

for  There was no 10 stat maximum to apply. Also, it could still work just by raising the levels.

pokes:

05-17-2017 11:44:59 UTC

I disagree re: 10 cap unless there’s an argument other than the other thread’s “stats are real numbers”.

I don’t think it would work just with levels. The stat component relied on training to get the stats up of Managers that weren’t complicit in the scam. Without that, there’s no guarantee that other teams wouldn’t get exactly the amount of Merit that Cuddlebeam wants.

Publius Scribonius Scholasticus:

05-17-2017 11:46:20 UTC

pokes, you can train to increase the level of a player.

pokes:

05-17-2017 11:49:53 UTC

That’s not clear to me.

Matt:

05-17-2017 14:32:19 UTC

against

card:

05-17-2017 15:05:14 UTC

against
[PSS] You used to be able to train to increase the level but that’s changed since
“Declaring a player’s name, level, primary stat, and secondary stat.”
and “The stats are: Brains, Brawn and Balls.”

Sphinx:

05-17-2017 15:05:57 UTC

Unless I’m mistaken, it’s impossible to train the level of a player, so the first round very probably would have ended with someone gaining more merit than Cuddlebeam.

against