But it's not irrelevant, this was the most preferred setup during those times at the prime years of dueling. It was accepted by most competitive players as acceptable. If you suddenly don't like it now, that's fine but as I stated you didn't complain about it then. Your feelings are irrelevant though, but history tells us these were accepted settings regardless of where you stand.Irrelevant.
There's really not much to read into here. If it makes you feel better to call me the JKisr Defense Force, okay my dude. I mean, if you hated the settings so much back then or even now, you can host your own league/tournament. I'm using settings that worked for the most organized dueling league this game has ever seen so there's a logical reason for me to use and support these settings. You're basing your principals purely off of disdain for a particular player, which is petty and silly.No, I want it to be called what it is. Simple as that. I know you're part of the Jkist Defense Force, but you're reading far to deeply into this.
There's never going to be 1 port of solidarity. There are too many egos that get in the way with their own agendas. That's why odamex failed and it's why zd chased its competitive players away. I'm sure ST had its own shenigans back in the day too but I wasn't involved in that community much so I can't say.And the small list of events I listed are times when said players departed. Yes both ports served their role years ago, but in the interest of competition, it would still be better for 1 central place. Odamex tried to be that place, but obviously it didn't work out as seeing everyone still fights over 3 ports.
This is why the best we can do as players looking to host leagues/tournaments is find the most stable port. Considering Zandro still has lagged BFG and BFG is a huge part of d5m1, I decided to use ZD as the default port.