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 on: Today at 06:34:13 am 
Started by JayJay - Last post by Dāto Terumī
I think Shadow meant biju rules, not zone rules, when he was talking about retro in stuff 600-1.

Again, where does it say that the community can't get involved once the fight has started? Is that something I'm just not aware of?

The judge has the final say in all decisions right? Community has no reason to get involved because everything supposed to be settled by the judge or, if need be, the Council. Other than giving opinions, why would the Community need to step in? The judge's call on whether Jay has done anything that would give you the win.

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 on: Today at 06:33:26 am 
Started by Eric - Last post by Eric
The stuff that I listed does not dictates how a summoned Bijuu must act. There are no contradiction, as #3 is just stating that, even with the bond between you (summoner) and the Bijuu maxed out, it will only carry out commands. It does not have the initiative to protect you or fight for you. Showing signs of weakness will damage that bond and make the Bijuu less willing to listen to you.

As for building respect through the show of strength, I guess you could do it through one of these several method;
1) Defeat the Bijuu in a battle (includes sparring with your Bijuu). If you obtained the Bijuu through a IC challenge, you start off with the Bijuu already having a certain degree of respect for your strength.
2) As suggested by Eric, Pokemon battles. Show how capable you are as a commander during a Bijuu VS Bijuu fight.
3) Defeating a Jinchuuuriki with the Bijuu.

Sorry about not responding much much sooner.

I too agree with all 3 of these as far as bond building goes, but after some time (lots of time lol) I kind of have to wonder what the point of building the respect bond is under the current suggestion, and if there is some sort of set gauge to make the "how much respect" less subject to the opinion of the player.

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 on: Today at 04:19:03 am 
Started by JayJay - Last post by Jestar
I think Shadow meant biju rules, not zone rules, when he was talking about retro in stuff 600-1.

Again, where does it say that the community can't get involved once the fight has started? Is that something I'm just not aware of?

The judge has the final say in all decisions right? Community has no reason to get involved because everything supposed to be settled by the judge or, if need be, the Council. Other than giving opinions, why would the Community need to step in? The judge's call on whether Jay has done anything that would give you the win.

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 on: Today at 03:47:37 am 
Started by JayJay - Last post by Ѕhadow
I'll wait till Jay posts and see if what was said even matters or not.

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 on: Today at 02:13:52 am 
Started by JayJay - Last post by Rusaku
I think Shadow meant biju rules, not zone rules, when he was talking about retro in stuff 600-1.

Again, where does it say that the community can't get involved once the fight has started? Is that something I'm just not aware of?

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 on: Today at 02:04:23 am 
Started by JayJay - Last post by Jestar
I think Shadow meant biju rules, not zone rules, when he was talking about retro in stuff 600-1.

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 on: Today at 01:23:32 am 
Started by JayJay - Last post by Timothy
Taking away any personal feelings on the content of the fight itself, I do think it's gone on quite long & wouldn't mind seeing a fair deadline to it in which either character could reasonably gain control/upper hand for the judge to decide as the 'victory moment' for them. One post made by a participant almost every other week (if both participants are taking the max-ish time to respond to each other) honestly feels a tad dull to me, the reader. I get the reasoning, but do agree with Rusaku that it gets quite dull.

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 on: August 22, 2017, 11:47:32 pm 
Started by JayJay - Last post by Rusaku
The community can't retro in rules even if it were 600-1 in favor of making the time to post be every 6 hours. Unless I misread what you're asking. I doubt Jay is one to succumb to peer pressure and seeing all our posts to amend the rules tugs at his kindheartedness.

According to what, though? I cannot stand these tribal rules that are somehow being enforced with no way to actually verify their existence. It's the same with the "acceptance" clause that I mention with the Masane situation. That rule is literally nowhere to be found, it's just something that was coined a few years back so people could screw over others in zone fights. The "community" is the only force in this game that actually has any say in how something goes down. If a fight is going on where there is obvious injustice, shouldn't the community be able to step in and stop whatever's happening?

Say when I win the nine, I make some rule that says I'm the only one who can use jutsu in our fight, then hide it amidst a mass of text that looks similar to the default rule template that people generally use for Biju stuff. It's highly likely that someone could fall pray to that stupid rule in thinking that I was just copy-pasting everyone else's stuff. Is it particularly fair that they have to suffer the remainder of that fight, and end up with a 3 month waiting period because they were cheated? I feel like the community should have plenty of authority to step in and stop that obvious farce of a match.

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1 v 1 IC/OOC 15 Rounds of Fighting (Optional)

Reply #19 is the beginning of round 10, so technically you could carry on to round 15 and then have things end there, or if you to agree yall can end it sooner. There is more I could say but for now I am more curious as to Jay and Warren's response.

I wouldn't be opposed to this. That's 5 whole turns for Jay to try and turn everything around and impress Warren. I can live with this fight for 5 more rounds if it means that I finally get to see a light at the end of this tunnel. Though I'm also not opposed to the two weeks thing I originally suggested and Shadow agreed with, which would probably translate into one or two more rounds if we are hasty.
   

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 on: August 22, 2017, 11:36:05 pm 
Started by Rusaku - Last post by Old Man Xia
I never realized how you feel blind wearing those special glasses though.

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 on: August 22, 2017, 10:58:35 pm 
Started by Rusaku - Last post by Ѕhadow
The cloud coverage makes it look so much cooler. Awesome pictures.

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