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  1. Standard member Trains44
    Full speed locomotiv
    27 Jul '05 01:27
    Can anyone tell me how to refuse SIEGE games? I keep on getting them. I didn't join a quere.
    Any help appreciated! Sincerely, Trains44
  2. Standard member XanthosNZ
    Cancerous Bus Crash
    27 Jul '05 01:34
    Originally posted by TRAINS44
    Can anyone tell me how to refuse SIEGE games? I keep on getting them. I didn't join a quere.
    Any help appreciated! Sincerely, Trains44
    Yes you did.

    To have a siege game started with you in it you must have joined a queue which you reached the front of (you could have joined it weeks or months ago).
  3. Standard member Trains44
    Full speed locomotiv
    27 Jul '05 02:58
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    Yes you did.

    To have a siege game started with you in it you must have joined a queue which you reached the front of (you could have joined it weeks or months ago).
    Thank you for the reply! Can I get out of it???
  4. Standard member Wildfire
    Force of Nature
    27 Jul '05 04:56
    Originally posted by TRAINS44
    Thank you for the reply! Can I get out of it???
    Click on "leave queue."
  5. Standard member Ragnorak
    For RHP addons...
    27 Jul '05 08:20
    Originally posted by TRAINS44
    Thank you for the reply! Can I get out of it???
    GO to Siege Home, and at the top, it'll list the sieges that you are queued for. Click on those and leave them one by one.

    Unfortunately, if you successfully defend a siege, then you can't leave it, except by resigning it. Resigning without making a move is best, as it doesn't affect your rating.

    D
  6. Standard member XanthosNZ
    Cancerous Bus Crash
    27 Jul '05 10:24
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    GO to Siege Home, and at the top, it'll list the sieges that you are queued for. Click on those and leave them one by one.

    Unfortunately, if you successfully defend a siege, then you can't leave it, except by resigning it. Resigning without making a move is best, as it doesn't affect your rating.

    D
    My dancing avatar is better than yours.
  7. Standard member Ragnorak
    For RHP addons...
    27 Jul '05 12:27 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by XanthosNZ
    My dancing avatar is better than yours.
    No way.

    Think of MC Hammer's moves mutated with David Hasselhoff's germanic good looks, cross bred with a smidgen of David Brent, and you have right there poetry in motion.

    D
  8. Standard member Trains44
    Full speed locomotiv
    27 Jul '05 12:31
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    GO to Siege Home, and at the top, it'll list the sieges that you are queued for. Click on those and leave them one by one.

    Unfortunately, if you successfully defend a siege, then you can't leave it, except by resigning it. Resigning without making a move is best, as it doesn't affect your rating.

    D
    I dont see "SIEGE HOME" after "SIEGES".
  9. Standard member Trains44
    Full speed locomotiv
    27 Jul '05 12:32
    Originally posted by Wildfire
    Click on "leave queue."
    Where is "LEAVE QUEUE"?
  10. Standard member Ragnorak
    For RHP addons...
    27 Jul '05 12:35
    Originally posted by TRAINS44
    I dont see "SIEGE HOME" after "SIEGES".
    That's because you are already in Siege Home when you click on sieges.

    If you don't have a list of sieges directly under where it says "1 Day Timeout", "3 Day Timeout", etc, then you're not in any more queues.

    D
  11. Standard member Trains44
    Full speed locomotiv
    27 Jul '05 12:46
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    GO to Siege Home, and at the top, it'll list the sieges that you are queued for. Click on those and leave them one by one.

    Unfortunately, if you successfully defend a siege, then you can't leave it, except by resigning it. Resigning without making a move is best, as it doesn't affect your rating.

    D
    Mr. Ragnorak, I click on those but it doesnt give me an option to "LEAVE QUEUE" anywhere.
    But you say if I resign before I make a move , it wont affect my rating? Is that true?
  12. Subscriber noxidjkram
    Anal(yst) Programmer
    03 Aug '05 10:07
    Originally posted by TRAINS44

    But you say if I resign before I make a move , it wont affect my rating? Is that true?
    Russ has previously informed me that if i resign a game without making a move in a tournament that it will not alter my rating.

    I assume that this will be true of Sieges also... (assumptions are dangerous things though...)

    Hope this helps,

    Mark
  13. Standard member MIODude
    me, not you
    04 Aug '05 16:27
    I believe it is true of all rated games regardless.