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Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 2nd, 2017, 10:15 pm
by JK_ElkHunter
DYEUZ wrote:Maybe the leaders are to busy counting their km !



:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 2nd, 2017, 10:36 pm
by Ak76
Leaders are always busy with business!

Guys!
With all due respect.
I did not hear any advice before the competition.
All "Veterans" of the game had a lot of time to check the rules and understand whether they fit them or not.
All have accepted these conditions.
Now write that they are 1d1otic - at least, it's not for mens.

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 2nd, 2017, 11:05 pm
by DYEUZ
Its o.k. AK76 , i'm going to finish it no matter what , because i have put some scores in it already and have potential for improvement .
I will not surrender , thats just not me .

Did you ask for advice ? before posting / making your comp ?
You say the vets had lots of time to check it out . But was it a priority for them ? Did they have to say something if not asked ?
I , for one , saw your comp late . If you ever need some tips , ideas , suggestions , just buzz me and i'll do my best to help you .
You can also go look at my past comps for tips or just to see how i do them .

Suggestions i made in the past to new hosters are :
- Make them original but simple at first .( To get the hang of it , to see what Qs will be asked ) ( We , also need to get used to you , to know you , as you need to know us .)
- Make them hard but reasonable / achievable .
- Make the rules suited for all types of players .
- Put as many infos possible about the rules / requirements .
- Most important , make them fun to compete in .

*** You never have a second chance to make a first impression ***

Be well

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 2nd, 2017, 11:09 pm
by BCKidd
Ak76 wrote:Leaders are always busy with business!

Guys!
With all due respect.
I did not hear any advice before the competition.
All "Veterans" of the game had a lot of time to check the rules and understand whether they fit them or not.
All have accepted these conditions.
Now write that they are 1d1otic - at least, it's not for mens.


Totally true, but even as comps proceed discussions/debates are always going to happen. No one is expecting you to change any rules while this comp is proceeding- that should never happen. I know I went through that once. Folks are only pointing out what they are now finding to be a comp annoyance. That is all. No one here is trying to make you change any rules, they are only giving you "feedback"- granted sometimes feedback really needs to be taken with a grain of salt. But remember this, it is a community comp with a lot of different hunting styles, trying to satisfy all competitors isn't always going to happen. Relax, Ak76- we're all in this together, and we're all going to get over it too. 8-) ;) Peace.

BCKidd.

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 2nd, 2017, 11:20 pm
by Ak76
DYEUZ wrote:Its o.k. AK76 , i'm going to finish it no matter what , because i have put some scores in it already and have potential for improvement .
I will not surrender , thats just not me .

Did you ask for advice ? before posting / making your comp ?
You say the vets had lots of time to check it out . But was it a priority for them ? Did they have to say something if not asked ?
I , for one , saw your comp late . If you ever need some tips , ideas , suggestions , just buzz me and i'll do my best to help you .
You can also go look at my past comps for tips or just to see how i do them .

Suggestions i made in the past to new hosters are :
- Make them original but simple at first .( To get the hang of it , to see what Qs will be asked ) ( We , also need to get used to you , to know you , as you need to know us .)
- Make them hard but reasonable / achievable .
- Make the rules suited for all types of players .
- Put as many infos possible about the rules / requirements .
- Most important , make them fun to compete in .

*** You never have a second chance to make a first impression ***

Be well


Let me quote a couple of your posts:
DYEUZ wrote:Different and most definitely fun . Thx to all implicated in making this comp .
Enrolled.


DYEUZ wrote:One hunt done and i can't say i'm a big fan of that '' 4km max per 1 hour '' rule

Be consistent in life. ;)

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 2nd, 2017, 11:22 pm
by Ak76
BCKidd wrote:
Ak76 wrote:Leaders are always busy with business!

Guys!
With all due respect.
I did not hear any advice before the competition.
All "Veterans" of the game had a lot of time to check the rules and understand whether they fit them or not.
All have accepted these conditions.
Now write that they are 1d1otic - at least, it's not for mens.


Totally true, but even as comps proceed discussions/debates are always going to happen. No one is expecting you to change any rules while this comp is proceeding- that should never happen. I know I went through that once. Folks are only pointing out what they are now finding to be a comp annoyance. That is all. No one here is trying to make you change any rules, they are only giving you "feedback"- granted sometimes feedback really needs to be taken with a grain of salt. But remember this, it is a community comp with a lot of different hunting styles, trying to satisfy all competitors isn't always going to happen. Relax, Ak76- we're all in this together, and we're all going to get over it too. 8-) ;) Peace.

BCKidd.

I am absolutely open to discussions and treat everything with humor ;)

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 3rd, 2017, 2:25 am
by JackRbbt
Ak76 wrote:... If I do not like something in the competition, I just do not participate, right? ;) ....

Ak76 wrote:I will definitely take into account the wishes of those athletes who like to run.
And I will do one of the competitions with a minimum speed of 15 km/h.
Thanks for the idea :)

Hosting a competition is an effort, but is rewarding in so many way, one of them being the success (counted in number of competitors). Definitely, talking like this is not the best way to have a high number. You should learn from your predecessors!

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 3rd, 2017, 8:58 am
by DYEUZ
@ AK76 ... Well , i must admit that i spoke too soon obviously with my '' quotes '' , not even had started your comp.
I'm pretty much constant in life . At my age now , have pretty much lived all kind of situations , good and bad , and i'm still here .

Your replies , attitude is of a kiddo . Mocking and taunting every post we make . After telling you that you can ask for my help anytime , you still are on the defensive / cocky behavior .

Ak76 wrote:I am absolutely open to discussions and treat everything with humor ;)

Open to discussion ? Really ? You should treat everything with respect instead , especially people .

Done with you .

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 3rd, 2017, 9:44 am
by Ak76
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I hope that the majority in this forum have a sense of humor and they do not perceive my answers as offensive or mocking. ;)

Re: LIGHT PREY | 3500 em$

Posted: November 3rd, 2017, 1:48 pm
by RidgeBack69
I wish I had read this thread before I entered. Good luck with your comp.