The Ladder

edited December 2016 in General Discussion
1. @OccyRing (4 DEF, 0 ATK)
2. @RiCarlos (2 DEF, 2 ATK)
3. @jcwilk (1 DEF, 3 ATK)
4. @sidewinder (1 DEF, 0 ATK)
5. @tobisan (0 DEF, 0 ATK)
6. @rocks_n_sticks (1 DEF, 0 ATK)
7. @obi2kenobi (0 DEF, 0 ATK)
DEF = successful defenses, ATK = wins as the challenger

Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail and never get to try again. The fall breaks them. And some are given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to Altspace or Minecraft or GrooVR. Illusions! Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is.

The concept is simple: you challenge someone ranked above you on the ladder and switch spots with them if you win

Here's how it works:
-You can challenge either player up to 2 spots above you by posting in this thread. Make sure to use the @ before their username so they'll get a notification.
-You accept a challenge by replying to your opponent in this thread and telling them the 4 relics you'll be using and the map you'll be playing on. The challenger doesn't have to tell your which relics they'll be using.
-Petrifying Prison is banned and only one defensive spell is allowed per loadout (Armor, Shield, Dome, or Leap).
-Whoever has the most victories after 7 games wins the match. If it's tied after 7 games, keep playing until somebody wins a game.
-Whoever wins the match must post the result in this thread to make it official.

Some additional details:
-New entrants will start at the bottom of the ladder.
-If you're inactive for two weeks (unless you're on top of the ladder and nobody is challenging you), you'll be removed from the ladder and start over at the bottom if you reenter.
-You can only challenge one person at a time, but if someone is taking too long, you can retract that challenge and challenge someone else.
-Neither player can change relics between games.
-If your opponent doesn't respond to your challenge within 3 days, you'll get the win. However, if you've already had a ladder match with each other in the last 3 days, they can decline the challenge without taking a loss.
-Overheating or disconnecting counts as a loss for that game and you'll have 10 minutes to return. If you overheat or disconnect again, you lose the match.
-If your opponent breaks any rules and you can provide evidence, you'll get the win.
-If you're going on vacation or will be unavailable for a while, just let me know and I'll make you unchallengeable during that period.

Anyone can join. Who else wants in?
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