1. Standard memberSanta Drummer
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    12 Nov '05 14:29
    Could you rename banned people to say "Ironman31 (banned)" so then people can see they were cheats and not think "haha he got beat"
  2. Standard memberRavello
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    12 Nov '05 14:31
    No,being in the "Removed players" page is enough public shame.
    Do you want'em hanged in public place?
  3. Standard memberSanta Drummer
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    12 Nov '05 14:36
    Originally posted by Ravello
    No,being in the "Removed players" page is enough public shame.
    Do you want'em hanged in public place?
    yes
  4. Standard memberAiko
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    12 Nov '05 15:26
    They got crossed out already, I believe? Is saw the name of ThePO and his evil half ... ... Vasquez with a stripe through the name. That should be enough and clear, I think. But somehow this is not applied to all that got banned, if not mistaken...
  5. Earth Prime
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    12 Nov '05 17:20
    Originally posted by Aiko
    They got crossed out already, I believe? Is saw the name of ThePO and his evil half ... ... Vasquez with a stripe through the name. That should be enough and clear, I think. But somehow this is not applied to all that got banned, if not mistaken...
    It only appears this way in tournament listings I think. Not the player tables.
  6. Standard memberAiko
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    12 Nov '05 20:41
    That's what I meant, in tournament listings. And some names that were crossed out in the tournaments lists, were not mentioned in the list of removed players. I think both procedures of publication are quite recent, so I don't really see why there is a difference among the two and somwone who gets banned does not apply for both procedures.
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