Hello everyone and welcome to the Community Cup 2018!
The Community Cup is an international event recurring once per year.
It’s aim is to decide the strongest community!
It features group VS group matches, contrarily from the usual solo events.
The official Hall of Fame can be accessed here Hall of Fame - Community Cup
The method to access your community qualifier event is described in the rules of the qualifier event of each community.
For your community, go here:Community Cup 2018 - EN Qualifier
Read carefully the event rules!
Good luck and have fun!
edited by HD_BossKilla7 monday 26/02/2018, 10:10
So to point out a few of my points:
1. I am not crying, I just point out why I don't like this format. I am here trying to get my point clear and am willing to have a discussion about why it would be acceptable and why it won't be. Instead of pulling the whine card you can also just say: Hey this is why we do it and you can defend your point here.
2. Yes I can't deny that the EN team would be any better than a 'french' B team
3. Be better? What does that mean, if you're talking to me, I didn't even try to qualify. I have no time to play events
4. Pass the half-final as in the team? You'll see, I am not going to see what community wins and loses. I don't want to support a team with randoms. It's like supporting your national football team where none of the players are from your actual country.
But I think I made my point clear, for further discussion feel free to reply polite and defend your point.
I dont understand why there is an issue here.
According to the rules if you're fluent in more than one language you can apply to any qualifier that you want.
The only exception was for the middle Europe qualifier where you have to belong to a country different than the other 7 communities.
So the french, german, chinese or namibian players are allowed to play for the english community if they are fluent english speakers.
If you talk about merit, we planned since the beginning of the week to play for the english community and we haven't changed our flag because we couldn't qualify for the french qualifier.
I was french top 1 survivor player. All the other french guys who are in the english qualifier were also qualified for the french one.
We want to play for the english community not because of a lack of skill but because we love the language.
Most of us study or studied abroad and i don't find it fair to be blame on playing for the english qualifier.
I'm a new player in ur so i'm a random player according to you, I shouldn't be allowed to play neither for the french or english qualifier because i would have taken the spot of a famous french or english player. Seems fair.
Keep it cool and have fun, why do people try to annoy each other instead of having fun and cheering for everyone.
Ah I can work with you Wuksina.
Yes I know that the rules say that you can speak a certain language. I just feel very weird that there's people in this qualifier who don't even know the english community at all. I mean you can love the language, but do you actually know what plays in this community? What our standards are? What do we love? What we hate?
I literally don't feel like you're playing for the EN community but moreover for yourself. I wonder how many of these players will actually stay active in the EN community and talk with people here after they did the event. If any of these foreign players would post on the boards here and just show that he wants to be part of our community, then you're allowed to play in this CC for me. But some of them I think they don't play for our community but rather for themselves. I might be wrong on that but it just does not feel right
I’m not talking about you Puma but to everyone who’s talking about this when they don’t doing anything to make by themself a good EN Team...
It’s too easy, rules are like this this year, and some of us use it, and they’re right!
The only one who deserved to be bash is Chaos, it’s his fault, not the fault of French Player who talk english and want to play for the en team, they can, they do, that’s all