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  1. Standard member royalchicken
    CHAOS GHOST!!!
    22 Jun '03 17:15
    What if a situation arises in a clan challenge such that many games have been won and Clan A has sufficient points so that even if Clan B wins all remaining games, A will still win the match. Shouldn't the victory be declared then, the games be allowed to continue, and the points divided up in a way that reflects only the challenge winner?
  2. Donation rwingett
    Ming the Merciless
    22 Jun '03 23:50
    Originally posted by royalchicken
    What if a situation arises in a clan challenge such that many games have been won and Clan A has sufficient points so that even if Clan B wins all remaining games, A will still win the match. Shouldn't the victory be declared then, the games be allowed to continue, and the points divided up in a way that reflects only the challenge winner?
    Points for the match are only awarded when all the games within the match are completed. Look at our match with the Boozelaters...the Freethinkers have won the match, but we have to wait until the final game is completed before we may enjoy the spoils of our victory.

    You see how exceptionally slow players may become a detriment to a clan. Your slowest player will determine how quickly you are awarded your points (assuming that you win any at all).