As you certainly noticed, the game is DED. Nevertheless, a scant group of players who enjoy
beating a dead horse GvG DOES exist; the only reason preventing any glimmer of activity is the lack of organization.
Which is why ProjectSCRAMS is lowkey necessary. June was awful, there were no real matches at all - mAT excluded - and even if people were fine with playing one day per month, matches are going to become always less entertaining, because everyone would be rusty.
I was thinking that having 2/3 days per week of scheduled scrims would give people a reason to login.
Right now, I was thinking of something like:
Thursday, 9 PM CET (GER, FR) / 8 PM GMT+1 (UK) / 4 PM EDT (NY) / Google it
Sunday, 9 PM CET (GER, FR) / 8 PM GMT+1 (UK) / 4 PM EDT (NY) / Google it
- Generally speaking, the format would be pretty much like the usual scrims: gather 16 players, pick two captains, form up.
- About the fact
that Shisha is pressed that some players have a negative opinion of scrims: I think no one would mind allowing for guilds to form up their own teams, and have random players fill up the available spots and/or form up a second team. That could possibly make scrims more AT-like.
- About the Spanish guild
of QeKz alts of players who are fairly new to GvG: frankly, I believe there is no room for Teaching Scrims given the current state of the game, for a variety of reasons. It would be at your discretion to either form a team with some of your guildmates, or participate in the drafting process separately.
Can we get something like this going, or are we going to continue disbanding teams after reaching 14 players? Lmk x