If you are thinking of DCing...

I am the wrong person to DC on, because you know your name is going up. That means you Kavio1



April 26, 2009 at 12:45 AM

The first image does not look like a rage quit.

You haven't even won a single round and the first one was decently close.

If anything I think this should be taken down... it very well could have been a legitimate dc.


April 26, 2009 at 3:10 AM

Some people disconnect even in the first round, especially if they are beaten by a character who should be "mid-low tier" like El Fuerte.

  Adam Woz

April 26, 2009 at 9:08 AM

I know it was a DC because I did like 5 propeller tortillas on him in a row and the last one he just stood there and tooks it....and then DC!


April 26, 2009 at 8:28 PM

Whether or not it seems like a legit DC, it doesn't make a strong case for being an intentional dc.

Granted, I can assume and believe it's legit, but without having won one round yet, it doesn't really meet the guidelines you've set up for dc proof.

If you allow one to go up where no rounds have been won and the main evidence of dc'ing isn't the picture but the story behind it, then allow any and all dc'ing pics under any circumstances (as long as the story fits) to go up as "proof" of ragequitting...Of course this would be silly, but it's what is happening here.

  Adam Woz

April 26, 2009 at 9:18 PM

Fair enough.

The rules were put in place to help me distinguish a real DC from an iffy one.
I get lots of pics that I'm sure are bona fide pulls, but the evidence of the picture doesn't add up in the picture, and unfortunately I cant post these kinds of pictures up.
If there was a video of the match or I witnessed the match, I would have considerably more evidence to go one, and I guess that's why I posted his picture. But I need to hold myself to the same standard as I hold you guys, because everyone out there judges these pictures the same way I do when I get them in my inbox.


April 26, 2009 at 10:29 PM

Very fair. Good call...You continue to handle the site well.