> > > No.
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> > > What is “competitive” is highly subjective, and threads like that are created purely as flame bait without subsistence, irrelevant to ones position.
> > I agree that “competitive” is highly subjective, but why shouldn’t people be allowed to post about it? You’re making the sweeping assumption that it is impossible to have a respectful, intelligent discussion about “what is competitive”.
> > I say let people post about whatever Halo topic they like, as long as they are polite and respectful of others.
No, the assumption I’m making is that the only reason the topic was created in the first place was to was TO BE disrespectful, and not talk intelligently about the game, but to give the illusion that something from within the game is not working as intended.
It’s CLEAR that the game IS working as intended (with a few MINOR bugs), so this guise of “not competitive enough” is actually just people trying to change the intended character of the game to something they would enjoy more, (no bloom/AA’s).
They refuse to believe that people can and are competitive at something that they don’t understand, so this is how they flame/troll.
There’s a difference in the statements “Bloom is broken” and “Bloom is not competitive”, if it’s broken, then it’s not working as intended.
Since it is working as intended though, the poster needs to just decide if this is a game they want to compete at, and leave it there, NOT disguise and mislead the community by saying the game isn’t competitive because of the broken bloom system.
Because that’s CLEARLY the basis for lying/trolling/flame-baiting, NOT coming here to create intelligent/respectful discussions.