User talk:Cookies and Creme
Sorry for taking your time but...
...whats the diffrence between Category:English smashers and Category:British smashers? 22.214.171.124 05:01, April 29, 2020 (EDT)
- Supposedly, English smashers are for players from England, while British smashers are for players from Great Britain as a whole. In other words, if we don't know where a smasher is specifically located, we use the British smashers tag. Unfortunately, currently both categories are a mess, and I don't think anyone had a chance to clean it out yet. CookiesCreme 08:42, April 29, 2020 (EDT)
Hey I just wanted to reach out and see if anything was being planned for Smash Bras Voyage tournament. If not I was going to try to start create pages for the series of qualifying tournaments going on at the moment. Wiifitkid (talk) 13:12, May 4, 2020 (EDT)
- Cookies is offline and he told me on discord (i'm now inactive) it's his last day of senior year of school. S3AHAWK (talk) 02:24, May 17, 2020 (EDT)
- I'm assuming this is applying to secondaries, since most smashers only have 1-2 characters they seriously use. I always put secondaries they consistently use first, then characters they have dropped after that. Any other character such as characters they constantly use for sandbagging should go at the end. CookiesCreme 15:32, May 24, 2020 (EDT)
- Sure, just tell me on Discord, although I don't plan on getting NSO as of right now. CookiesCreme 14:42, May 29, 2020 (EDT)
Since I lost access to discord
I was going to mention in the dm but since I can't, I'll just say it here. From what I see I agree that the best for me to do is indeed to take a break from this wiki. But I'm not leaving the wiki forever, in fact I won't be gone for that long, probably for about a week or so. I was actually planning to take a break from discord as well (but not for 6 months) for a while. I am going to return to discord once the ban is lifted, and all I hope for now is for no one to hold a grudge against me for what happened, and once I do return to discord that I'll be accepted back and can show that I learned my lesson. OmegαToαd64 19:33, June 21, 2020 (EDT)
- As long as you learn from your mistakes and properly apologize, I believe everyone would eventually forgive you, even if it takes years. Good luck in the future mate. CookiesCreme 19:44, June 21, 2020 (EDT)
- My social media are mostly personal, so I don't really give them out to people other than acquaintances I know outside of the internet. Sorry about that. CookiesCreme 22:05, June 28, 2020 (EDT)
- I meant other smashers social media. S3AHAWK (talk) 22:12, June 28, 2020 (EDT)
i will eat you
The way that I've dealt with cases like these for years is:
1. Full DQ/Forfeit: If they didn't lose at all, it's okay to just put "(DQ)" next to their name without a note.
2. DQ in Losers: Since the implication is that they lost in Winners, obviously it shouldn't be considered a full DQ, so a note is fine.
3. DQ in Winners: I've noticed that you've been listing these as basically being full DQs, but I think this is misguided. There have been plenty of tournaments where a player was DQed in Winners but still played their Losers matches out (the most notable cases being Mango at Press Start and ZeRo at Final Battle, who both still ended up winning their respective tournaments). I think the "DQ in Winners" note should ONLY be reserved for cases like this. PokemonMasterJamal3 (talk) 00:23, August 3, 2020 (EDT)