Tweed and Rifles

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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby DYEUZ » February 18th, 2018, 2:13 pm

Tanngnjostr wrote:
fon_Belkrofft_DK wrote:If I go to a friend in the MULTIPLAYER and do not send the session to the competition - will it not break the rules?

Going to a friend's multiplayer game is not a problem, you can even submit an animal from that game if you shoot a big one - if you found this animal yourself! But if you're asking other hunters (except your team partner) to look for trophies for you, then you're playing against the rules.

In other words: If you enter a MP game because you want to join friends and have fun hunting with them, all is good! If you find a big animal for the competition during that hunt, even better.
But if you join a MP game because someone told you that he just found a big moose that you can shoot... don't do it! ;)


Imo, that multi game hunt that you want to join, and have intentions for the comp should be with your teammate , period .

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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby caledonianblues » February 18th, 2018, 2:54 pm

Tod1d wrote:I'm showing a message to Radamus. He needs to check his messages on UHCapps & accept your invitation

I might have know Radamus would be the cause of the problem :P
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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby RidgeBack69 » February 18th, 2018, 3:59 pm

Tanngnjostr wrote:
fon_Belkrofft_DK wrote:If I go to a friend in the MULTIPLAYER and do not send the session to the competition - will it not break the rules?

Going to a friend's multiplayer game is not a problem, you can even submit an animal from that game if you shoot a big one - if you found this animal yourself! But if you're asking other hunters (except your team partner) to look for trophies for you, then you're playing against the rules.

In other words: If you enter a MP game because you want to join friends and have fun hunting with them, all is good! If you find a big animal for the competition during that hunt, even better.
But if you join a MP game because someone told you that he just found a big moose that you can shoot... don't do it! ;)

So we can play a mutiplayer game and submit animals from that game as long as there was no intent to have other hunters other than your partner find animals for you . Correct?

But here is another question.
Can Myself or my partner run a multiplayer game and send for the other too shoot the animal for what ever reason?
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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby walt133 » February 18th, 2018, 4:04 pm

RidgeBack69 wrote:
Tanngnjostr wrote:
fon_Belkrofft_DK wrote:If I go to a friend in the MULTIPLAYER and do not send the session to the competition - will it not break the rules?

Going to a friend's multiplayer game is not a problem, you can even submit an animal from that game if you shoot a big one - if you found this animal yourself! But if you're asking other hunters (except your team partner) to look for trophies for you, then you're playing against the rules.

In other words: If you enter a MP game because you want to join friends and have fun hunting with them, all is good! If you find a big animal for the competition during that hunt, even better.
But if you join a MP game because someone told you that he just found a big moose that you can shoot... don't do it! ;)

So we can play a mutiplayer game and submit animals from that game as long as there was no intent to have other hunters other than your partner find animals for you . Correct?

But here is another question.
Can Myself or my partner run a multiplayer game and send for the other too shoot the animal for what ever reason?
I think I could go and shoot the animal, because the rules say EXCEPT your partner. Correct Marc?
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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby Tanngnjostr » February 18th, 2018, 4:21 pm

RidgeBack69 wrote:So we can play a mutiplayer game and submit animals from that game as long as there was no intent to have other hunters other than your partner find animals for you . Correct?
Correct.

RidgeBack69 wrote:But here is another question.
Can Myself or my partner run a multiplayer game and send for the other too shoot the animal for what ever reason?
Yes, that's why the rule says that the team partner is exempt from this rule. You're a two man team, so you can look for animals on your own and call the partner in - if he's the only one who owns the weapons you need to use for example.

Guys, don't stress yourself out too much over this rule. DYEUZ is probably correct that if you hunt in MP, most of the time during the competition you'll do it with your team partner - makes sense and is in the spirit of a team competition. But we won't be super-strict here. One of our goals is to evaluate the additional data we get and see how much of an (unfair) advantage playing in MP could really be and if those strategies are as prevalent as some players suspect. I'll talk to Tod and David and hope to find a way to share some of this information with you after the competition. But of course: If we see patterns that players are clearly breaking the rule, we'll act! Like with spawn mashing, this might in some cases be a matter of interpretation, but we'll contact players early enough if we see anything suspicious!
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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby Radamus » February 18th, 2018, 4:52 pm

caledonianblues wrote:
Tod1d wrote:I'm showing a message to Radamus. He needs to check his messages on UHCapps & accept your invitation

I might have know Radamus would be the cause of the problem :P

Taken care of - I'm keeping a list ;)
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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby walt133 » February 18th, 2018, 6:29 pm

stancomputerhunter wrote:The Great Lakes Gunners have signed up. Be afraid...be very afraid. :P


Tod1d wrote:I'm showing a message to Radamus. He needs to check his messages on UHCapps & accept your invitation


Haha! Me and Ridgeback69 are shaking in our shoes! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby DeadClopz » February 18th, 2018, 7:49 pm

Looks like fun

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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby DeadClopz » February 18th, 2018, 8:06 pm

I'd be interested in trying this comp. However, 1.) Do not have a team mate. 2.) Do not have a cat #2 weapon. I have a 45-70 government but not a 45-70 Buffalo Gun.

I do however have, 30-06 Classic Bolt Action
Long Bow
.50 Cap Muzzle Loader
12 Gauge Single Shot

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Re: Tweed and Rifles

Postby Tod1d » February 19th, 2018, 9:23 am

Deadclopz, if you look at the list of registered players, at the bottom are the players that are not on a team. I assume they also don't have a pre-planned partner, or they would be in the top section already. Try to message one of them, and see if they have one of the large bore classic rifles & want to join you.
NOTE: if it says "pending" next to their name, they have already been invited, or have invited someone.
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