Really, I'm not addicted or nothin.
Maybe we could do a GT vs BC and/or OO games.
Pete officially counts as GT
Man, I've only been with GamingTrend for just over a week and already I feel like a regular part of the group.
But we're supposed to be bitter rivals. Although I can understand your fear of facing me on an opposing team.
I'm GT, but available to the highest bidder <Buy It Now: $39.99>.
We could field multiple teams in a round robin tourney of some sort and the winning team gets ....
What say you?
I'm not up for playing for any sort of prize (other than the inherent bragging rights normally associated with a forum victory), but it might be fun to set up some sort of friendly competition, with an emphasis on friendly
. Although I'm up for almost any kind of organized event, if only so that we have enough people for a 4-on-4 battle and I don't have to harass others on my Friends list with enough unwelcomed invites to convince them to take me off
of their Friends list.
Some sort of tournament might be fun, regardless of forum allegiance. Perhaps we can choose a week, allow for a team sign-up period of a day or two, giving people enough time to coerce friends to join their squad (I'm wondering who will ultimately wind up with the mighty PeteRock and his trusty shotgun their squad on
), put together a randomly-assigned tournament bracket, and then determine dates for each round to be played. This all probably sounds much more complicated than it needs to be, but we allow for people to assemble teams (creating team names should prove interesting and fun), randomly assign matches, determine the underlying parameters, such as match time length, number of matches to win a game (we should probably do a high number of matches to make each round of the tournament interesting and long enough to make the match worthwhile, like first team to 15 or something ridiculous like that to make for an epic and memorable experience, and also allow for potential comebacks, rather than being eliminated in just three or five rounds) which level the matches are to be played on (random assignments may prove unfair, so a common board should probably be chosen to keep things fair - perhaps the train station), etc.
This might prove to be a rather interesting and entertaining proposition.