Last edited on 24 December 2017 - 09:05 PM by ArchybotHello Badlion Players, we hope you are enjoying the first day of Badlion UHC Season 8. We have decided to introduce the strike system and a new set of rules effective immediately.
We have decided to add the above rules to help combat blatant trucing, teaming disguised as cleaning, and delay of game finishes. While people will say this isn't UHC, neither is standing in a corner waiting for 2 people to fight and then doing nothing but swinging someone that is near death. When everyone is standing alone doing nothing, the "UHC" part of the game has ended, and this is the best solution to finish the game fairly and promptly.
The strike system, which was introduced in the S8 patch notes, is now going into affect. The strike system works as is:
Strikes will be given out to anything that is perceived to be breaking a rule (trucing, sacrificing, teaming, etc), but not enough evidence to issue an immediate 7d ban. Here are some examples (but not limited to) of offenses that will earn you strikes:
There will be other methods of receiving strikes, but the general rule of thumb is asking yourself "will this make me look like I'm teaming/trucing/rule-breaking/etc?" and if the answer is yes, you will get a strike if it's not enough for a 7d ban. Strikes are not appealable (only higher ranks can remove strikes), but if you think you are being falsely striked repeatedly you may submit a staff abuse report. WARNING: falsely submitting staff abuse reports may result in network wide punishments.
The above solutions are what we perceive as the best solution to the issue facing Badlion and the UHC community in whole. We will work on fine-tuning the rules and will be slightly lenient (issuing warnings before strikes except in blatant cases) in the next few days while people get used to the new rules.
Last edited on 24 December 2017 - 09:05 PM by vladoooNice! Thanks for these changes!
Last edited on 24 December 2017 - 09:08 PM by Archybot
Cleaning up in itself is not a strike, but doing something like interfering in a normal fight with two people who are low and hard-focusing one, killing them, and then ignoring the other person will be perceived as teaming and receive a strike. If you are going into a fight, your objective should be to kill both of them, and that should be obvious (such as marki cleaning up in UHC Mundial 4 where he would kill both players)
Posted on 24 December 2017 - 09:08 PMCan someone please explain this in like 100 words.
Posted on 24 December 2017 - 09:11 PM
Do stupid shit, earn stupid prize.
Don't do stupid shit
Posted on 24 December 2017 - 09:24 PMAmeizing GG ahora todos a la puta :D
Posted on 24 December 2017 - 09:40 PMit’s sad to see what the community has come to