Wow… wtf did I do?!
Can’t you guys read? We’re going in circles here, people. An issues was brought up. It was acknowledged. It was addressed. A call to action was sent up to ensure this wouldn’t happen (to the best of the event’s staff abilities). An apology was issued by the opposing party who were involved.
Change has to happen all around. Everyone will have to work on this. TOs, refs/judges, spectators, and the players. Why are you going to be looking at me for? Why call me out? I know I’m rocking a bad ■■■ 110 Orc Warlock, but unfortunately those gifts and powers doesn’t transfer into the real world.
Yes, it sucks that their experience have gave them bad impression on offline events and the willingness to not attend another. I don’t have the powers to fix that. I’ve already spoke well enough on this. What I haven’t seen or read, is how do they think we can go about avoiding this (in their opinion) because we’ve stated how and what we can do, but not sure if that was satisfactory enough for them.
As for the video. I asked if there were another video… nothing was posted. Nothing was mentioned that there was one. So if there is one out there. Where is it? Not that it would change anything. We are all in agreement that the actions were foul and uncalled for and certainly not tolerated. We boot people for that in the FB group. Which then brings me to your whole ‘clique’ theory/opinion. Which I respect. However, we want new players/members to feel welcomed and comfortable in a free, non-hostile, and judgmental environment. We don’t tolerate name calling or any of that. We simply don’t want or accept it. I’m not in any cliques or intimidating. Just a respectful guy and I feel that’s why I’m never given crap… except if your name is Maciaga and ensure you lose, coaches your opponent during your matches.
I’m just a bit annoyed my name was dropped at the beginning of all of this. Like I was to blame for everything.