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#76 [en] 

Pour vous avoir montrer qu'il faut encore bossé dessus on as juste pointer le bug :)

Dommage pour le titre et bravo a tout les autre participant :)

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#77 [fr] 

Merci pour les info Tamarea.

Si Nizyros et Beeficus on fait part de ce bug lors de la course je propose de leurs donner le titre temporaire de 'Pointeur de bug'

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#78 [en] 

[Moderated. Apology of cheating is not allowed.]

Edited 5 times | Last edited by Tamarea (3 years ago)

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The Clan


#79 [en] 

Dinorath
May I ask where I can find the race rules?

This is a real concern, and I'd really like to have an answear. I wasn't around at this event, but I believe I'd do the same: fight for the first place. And of course,I wouldn't like beeing disqualified.

So, the rules must be clear, and can't be changed on the fly.

#80 [en] 

It is somewhat saddening to read your, Dinorath's post, [Moderated/ Please respect the forum rules.]

Is the concept of fairness and common sense that alien to you that you need to have any unfair trick possible and thinkable to have explicitly noted and forbidden before you follow suit and take part in a competition in a fair way like the overwhelming majority of participants?

Your philosophy seems to me to be the one of a hack lawyer: As long as something has not been laid down to be forbidden explicitly, it has to be considered legal. Note that in law, this is only true in penal law, where the defendant, unless proven guilty beyond doubt, has to be considered innocent, and nothing is forbidden without a strict rule: nulla poena sine lege stricta.

Even in law, this is not the case in civil and customary law, much less in rules of conduct inside societies and communities. In civil law, analogies may apply (no strict rule needed), and in customary law and social code of conduct, rules dictated by common sense, accord, and tacit consent do suffice (this is partially even the case in civil law where conclusive action suffices even without written accord in certain cases of contractual law).

So your reasoning is futile. It is obvious that a mektoub race does not mean a teleporting and mektoub swapping race, but a race from one waypoint to the other, from start to end, even if it is not stressed that it has to be done with the same mektoub.

Doing otherwise is cheating. Finding a way to cheat that way without reporting it to the CSR is bug exploit.

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Daomei die Streunerin - religionsneutral, zivilisationsneutral, gildenneutral

#81 [en] 

[Moderated in order not to revive the controversy.]

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#82 [en] 

[Answer deleted because linked to another moderated post.]

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Daomei die Streunerin - religionsneutral, zivilisationsneutral, gildenneutral

#83 [fr] 

[Réponse n'ayant plus de raison d'être en raison des précédentes modérations.]

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#84 [en] 

[Answer deleted because linked to another deleted post.]

Last edited by Tamarea (3 years ago)

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#85 [en] 

[Answer deleted because linked to another deleted post.]

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#86 [fr] 

[Réponse n'ayant plus raison d'être.]

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#87 [en] 

[Answer deleted because linked to another deleted post.]

Last edited by Tamarea (3 years ago)

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The Clan


#88 Multilingual 

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I am locking this thread because of the incessant deviations in replies on this topic. It is unnecessary and inadvisable to create another in order to revive this controversy.

Last edited by Tamarea (3 years ago)

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