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RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby Chibasa » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:07 am

Necklace/Pendant Round will occurs 20th November

Necklace contestants:
Shiina Mashiro
Tokisaki Kurumi
Yukinoshita Yukino
Megumin
Makise Kurisu
Shiro
Illyasviel von Einzbern
Aisaka Taiga

Pendant contestants:
Satou Kazuma
Saitama
Akabane Karma
Kamijou Touma
Edward Elric
Otonashi Yuzuru
Emiya Kiritsugu
Tachibana Taki
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby ~Baumkuchen-kun~ » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:09 am

It's so weird that the calender says the Pendant fight is 11 days away, leaving a week open.
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby Hachiko » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:15 am

Spoiler for News:
ISML 2017: Chino Kafuu Finishes Round Robin Strong

By Jo-Ryan Salazar
The Bedlam on Baltic Avenue
November 9, 2017


Match Day 5 of the 2017 International Saimoe League Diamond Period is history. In the Female Division, Rikka Takanashi rolled past Yui Yuigahama 2111-1471, Rem routed Yukino Yukihoshita 2166-1537, Shiro defeated Utaha Kasumigaoka 1841-1688, Taiga Aisaka roared past Iroha Isshiki 1912-1488, Asuna Yuuki slashed past Megumi Katou 2230-1607 and Rin Tosaka thumped Shino Asada 2257-1343.

Illyasviel von Einzbern dismissed Kuroyukihima 1937-1445, Mashiro Shiina exploded past Megumin 1995-1610, Nao Tomori trounced Jibril 1741-1517, Chino Kafuu scored the closest race of the round and the Upset of the Round, a 1746-1744 thriller over Mitsuha Miyamizu, Kurumi Tokisaki won a 1962-1847 barnburner over Emilia and Kurisu Makise defeated Saber 1960-1637.

In the Male Division, Yato won a 1509-1471 nailbiter over Rintarou Okabe, Hachiman Hikigaya defeated Nagisa Shiota 1900-1427, Touma Kamijou broke Gintoki Sakata 1686-1425, Levi dominated Saika Totsuka 1810-1341, Korosensei routed Yuzuru Otonashi 2031-1312 and Gilgamesh prevailed over Shirou Emiya 1503-1480.

Koyomi Araragi defeated Yuuta Togashi 1504-1408, Saitama punched Archer 1753-1552, Souma Yukihira eased past Edward Elric 1592-1465, Karma Akabane roared past Ryuuji Takasu 1599-1446, Kazuma Satou defeated Taki Tachibana 1662-1608 and Kiritsugu Emiya took down Felix Argyle 1708=1445.

In Summer Seasonal Quarterfinal action, Honami Ichinose routed Yoshiki Hanabatake 1934-1046, Suzune Horikita won a 1666-1636 snoozer over Jeanne d'Arc, Mordred defeated Aguri 1743-1320 and Karen Tendou prevailed over Sayaka Sumino 1497-1311.

In Touhou Project action, Remilia Scarlet hammered Seija Kijin 1518-756, Cirno stormed past Mystia Lorelei 1396-880, Reisen Udongein Inaba blasted Kaguya Houraisan 1240-936 and Fujiwara no Mokou defeated Youmu Konpaku 1233-919.

Match Day 6 of the 2017 International Saimoe Diamond Period is the Necklace Match and was scheduled for Nov. 13, 2017 but is subject to change. Vote for your favorite characters at InternationalSaimoe.com and join the ongoing debate.
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby ~Baumkuchen-kun~ » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:20 am

Hachiko wrote:
Spoiler for News:
ISML 2017: Chino Kafuu Finishes Round Robin Strong

By Jo-Ryan Salazar
The Bedlam on Baltic Avenue
November 9, 2017


Match Day 5 of the 2017 International Saimoe League Diamond Period is history. In the Female Division, Rikka Takanashi rolled past Yui Yuigahama 2111-1471, Rem routed Yukino Yukihoshita 2166-1537, Shiro defeated Utaha Kasumigaoka 1841-1688, Taiga Aisaka roared past Iroha Isshiki 1912-1488, Asuna Yuuki slashed past Megumi Katou 2230-1607 and Rin Tosaka thumped Shino Asada 2257-1343.

Illyasviel von Einzbern dismissed Kuroyukihima 1937-1445, Mashiro Shiina exploded past Megumin 1995-1610, Nao Tomori trounced Jibril 1741-1517, Chino Kafuu scored the closest race of the round and the Upset of the Round, a 1746-1744 thriller over Mitsuha Miyamizu, Kurumi Tokisaki won a 1962-1847 barnburner over Emilia and Kurisu Makise defeated Saber 1960-1637.

In the Male Division, Yato won a 1509-1471 nailbiter over Rintarou Okabe, Hachiman Hikigaya defeated Nagisa Shiota 1900-1427, Touma Kamijou broke Gintoki Sakata 1686-1425, Levi dominated Saika Totsuka 1810-1341, Korosensei routed Yuzuru Otonashi 2031-1312 and Gilgamesh prevailed over Shirou Emiya 1503-1480.

Koyomi Araragi defeated Yuuta Togashi 1504-1408, Saitama punched Archer 1753-1552, Souma Yukihira eased past Edward Elric 1592-1465, Karma Akabane roared past Ryuuji Takasu 1599-1446, Kazuma Satou defeated Taki Tachibana 1662-1608 and Kiritsugu Emiya took down Felix Argyle 1708=1445.

In Summer Seasonal Quarterfinal action, Honami Ichinose routed Yoshiki Hanabatake 1934-1046, Suzune Horikita won a 1666-1636 snoozer over Jeanne d'Arc, Mordred defeated Aguri 1743-1320 and Karen Tendou prevailed over Sayaka Sumino 1497-1311.

In Touhou Project action, Remilia Scarlet hammered Seija Kijin 1518-756, Cirno stormed past Mystia Lorelei 1396-880, Reisen Udongein Inaba blasted Kaguya Houraisan 1240-936 and Fujiwara no Mokou defeated Youmu Konpaku 1233-919.

Match Day 6 of the 2017 International Saimoe Diamond Period is the Necklace Match and was scheduled for Nov. 13, 2017 but is subject to change. Vote for your favorite characters at InternationalSaimoe.com and join the ongoing debate.

Due to urgent technical needs, ISML is delaying all further schedule by 1 week. Please be advised.
.....So what's the schedule now?
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby Grish » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:27 am

Holy shit Chino lived
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby maglor » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:29 am

~Baumkuchen-kun~ wrote:
Hachiko wrote:
Spoiler for News:
ISML 2017: Chino Kafuu Finishes Round Robin Strong

By Jo-Ryan Salazar
The Bedlam on Baltic Avenue
November 9, 2017


Match Day 5 of the 2017 International Saimoe League Diamond Period is history. In the Female Division, Rikka Takanashi rolled past Yui Yuigahama 2111-1471, Rem routed Yukino Yukihoshita 2166-1537, Shiro defeated Utaha Kasumigaoka 1841-1688, Taiga Aisaka roared past Iroha Isshiki 1912-1488, Asuna Yuuki slashed past Megumi Katou 2230-1607 and Rin Tosaka thumped Shino Asada 2257-1343.

Illyasviel von Einzbern dismissed Kuroyukihima 1937-1445, Mashiro Shiina exploded past Megumin 1995-1610, Nao Tomori trounced Jibril 1741-1517, Chino Kafuu scored the closest race of the round and the Upset of the Round, a 1746-1744 thriller over Mitsuha Miyamizu, Kurumi Tokisaki won a 1962-1847 barnburner over Emilia and Kurisu Makise defeated Saber 1960-1637.

In the Male Division, Yato won a 1509-1471 nailbiter over Rintarou Okabe, Hachiman Hikigaya defeated Nagisa Shiota 1900-1427, Touma Kamijou broke Gintoki Sakata 1686-1425, Levi dominated Saika Totsuka 1810-1341, Korosensei routed Yuzuru Otonashi 2031-1312 and Gilgamesh prevailed over Shirou Emiya 1503-1480.

Koyomi Araragi defeated Yuuta Togashi 1504-1408, Saitama punched Archer 1753-1552, Souma Yukihira eased past Edward Elric 1592-1465, Karma Akabane roared past Ryuuji Takasu 1599-1446, Kazuma Satou defeated Taki Tachibana 1662-1608 and Kiritsugu Emiya took down Felix Argyle 1708=1445.

In Summer Seasonal Quarterfinal action, Honami Ichinose routed Yoshiki Hanabatake 1934-1046, Suzune Horikita won a 1666-1636 snoozer over Jeanne d'Arc, Mordred defeated Aguri 1743-1320 and Karen Tendou prevailed over Sayaka Sumino 1497-1311.

In Touhou Project action, Remilia Scarlet hammered Seija Kijin 1518-756, Cirno stormed past Mystia Lorelei 1396-880, Reisen Udongein Inaba blasted Kaguya Houraisan 1240-936 and Fujiwara no Mokou defeated Youmu Konpaku 1233-919.

Match Day 6 of the 2017 International Saimoe Diamond Period is the Necklace Match and was scheduled for Nov. 13, 2017 but is subject to change. Vote for your favorite characters at InternationalSaimoe.com and join the ongoing debate.

Due to urgent technical needs, ISML is delaying all further schedule by 1 week. Please be advised.
.....So what's the schedule now?



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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby houreki » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:52 am

Rip Garcher and Gintoki :<
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby IGNITE » Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:13 am

Forum Guess: 27.5/32 (85.94%)

Spoiler for Surprises:
Image > Image Fujiwara No Mokou > Konpaku Youmu

poll tied
Image > Image Kafū Chino > Miyamizu Mitsuha
Image > Image Makise Kurisu > Saber
Image > Image Yato > Okabe Rintarō
Image > Image Kamijō Tōma > Sakata Gintoki
Image > Image Gilgamesh > Emiya Shirō
Image > Image Araragi Koyomi > Togashi Yūta
Image > Image Satō Kazuma > Tachibana Taki
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby kurogaga » Fri Nov 10, 2017 8:35 am

Shit Results :(

Here's the character who must say goodbye from the Elimination Stages (I mean, didn't advance):

Female:
Spoiler:
Group 1:
- Yuigahana Yui (Well, for the first time, she graduated from ISML this year without necklace anymore).
- Kasumigaoka Utaha (At least she do better than the year before, but certainly rip).

Group 2:
- Asada Shino (She is the best shooter in GGO, but she lost in the another world (not GGO, of course)).
- Isshiki Iroha (Along with Yui Yahallo, She also lost her match against the Tiger).

Group 3:
- Jibril (She was strong, Sexy smart, and she has strong candidate at "Club 16", but sadly she must game over in ISML)
- Kuroyukihime (Last year, she lost on Diamond Period, and this year she will do the same)

Group 4:
- Saber (After her struggles to become join the "Club 16", but her struggles must be only on here)
- Miyamizu Mitsuha (No, why Mitsuha must lost her match? :( At least Taki will do very well at match)


Male:
Spoiler:
Group 1:
- Yato (he was funny and troll, makes his friends disturbed by his behavior, so he must kick from ISML by losing his match)
- Sakata Gintoki (Another troll characters, Gin-san, must be ended by losing along with Yato)

Group 2:
- Emiya Shiro (Again, he was lost in the same period during both last year and this year)
- Saika Totsuka (After Yui and Iroha, Totsuka-san will follow with their "friends" after he losing his match)

Group 3:
- Archer (There was the sad moment, that he give up his match after fighting with his rivalries. RIP)
- Togashi Yuuta (At least Rikka joined top 16, he must game over because of tired during match. [s]Not his attitude[s])

Group 4:
- Takasu Ryuji (After two years he advanced to top 16, this time must be punished by losing his match, at least his "couple", Taiga, do it)
- Felix Argyle (No, my Nyaaaa!!! Well, better luck next year)


What? 1 week delay?
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby Summer Pockets » Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:06 am

The playoffs is ranked by CVP?
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby RichardJoash » Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:40 am

No bias?
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby Homura » Fri Nov 10, 2017 12:57 pm

Summer Pockets wrote:The playoffs is ranked by CVP?

You mean "are the match-ups for the elimination period based on CVP, such as 1st CVP vs. 16th CVP, 2nd vs. 15th, etc"?
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby maglor » Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:17 pm

Homura wrote:
Summer Pockets wrote:The playoffs is ranked by CVP?

You mean "are the match-ups for the elimination period based on CVP, such as 1st CVP vs. 16th CVP, 2nd vs. 15th, etc"?


The 16 into the elimination period is based only on their ranks in the diamond period. Some characters with high CVP were 5th or lower in their group, thus eliminated.

The seeding for the elimination will be based mostly, if not solely, by CVP. What concerns us is the number of matches that has already happened in Ruby and Diamond period. Many people don't like seeing repeat matches and I dare say many people have their own ideas about how to properly seed for the elimination period. We are too busy with other things to complete the seeding at the moment, but will listen to reasons, and make the decision in decent time.

I am slightly concerned about some people making MV/Bribery plan for the matches if they know when it will happen. I wish I know whether this is too much a paranoia, or a legit concern.
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby Homura » Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:44 pm

maglor wrote:I am slightly concerned about some people making MV/Bribery plan for the matches if they know when it will happen. I wish I know whether this is too much a paranoia, or a legit concern.

I had never thought of this, but I'll say this is most likely, if not certainly, a legit concern. With the schedule already being postponed by 1 week, there would be just too plenty of time for some factions to form alignment, and to prepare in general, with already knowing their next/potential opponents. An analogy, if you are given two weeks before your final exams, very likely, even the least motivated students will end up studying some or trying to do something.
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby IGNITE » Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:47 pm

maglor wrote:The seeding for the elimination will be based mostly, if not solely, by CVP. What concerns us is the number of matches that has already happened in Ruby and Diamond period.

Back in Regular Season of Nova/Stella division with PS1 and PS2 there were plenty of repeated matches and nobody complaint that.



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2008
C.C.
Fate Testarossa
Fujibayashi Kyō
Furude Rika
Hiiragi Kagami
Hiiragi Tsukasa
Ichinose Kotomi
Izumi Konata
Katsura Hinagiku
Kawasumi Mai
Nagato Yuki
Sakagami Tomoyo
Shana
Suigintō
Suzumiya Haruhi
Takamachi Nanoha

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Aisaka Taiga
Asahina Mikuru
Holo
Shinku
Suiseiseki
Tōsaka Rin

2010
Akiyama Mio
Hirasawa Yui
Misaka Mikoto
Nakano Azusa
Saber
Sanzen'in Nagi
Sengoku Nadeko
Senjōgahara Hitagi

2011
Acceletator
Araragi Koyomi
Archer
Charlotte Dunois
Edward Elric
Eucliwood Hellscythe
Gokō Ruri (Kuroneko)
Hatake Kakashi
Hibari Kyōya
Katsuragi Keima
Kinoshita Hideyoshi
Kyon
Lelouch Lamperouge
Nakamura Yuri
Okazaki Tomoya
Orihara Izaya
Otonashi Yuzru
Roy Mustang
Sakata Gintoki
Sebastian Michaelis
Tachibana Kanade
Yui

2012
Gilgamesh
Hasegawa Kobato
Kashiwazaki Sena
Kirigaya Kazuto (Kirito)
Kōsaka Kirino
Kuroko Tetsuya
Oreki Hōtarō
Takasu Ryūji
Togashi Yūta

2013
Aoyama Nanami
Aragaki Ayase
Eren Yeager
Kuroyukihime
Levi
Sakamaki Izayoi
Shiina Mashiro
Takanashi Rikka
Uchiha Itachi
Yūki Asuna
Yuzuriha Inori

2014
Itsuka Kotori
Tokisaki Kurumi
Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko
Yoshino

2015
Chitanda Eru
Emiya Kiritsugu
Hikigaya Hachiman
Jibril
Kamijō Tōma
Kanie Seiya
Kirisaki Chitoge
Makise Kurisu
Onodera Kosaki
Sakura Chiyo
Shiro
Sora
Yuigahama Yui
Yukinoshita Yukino

2016
Illyasviel von Einzbern
Isshiki Iroha
Korosensei
Okabe Rintarō
Saitama
Tomori Nao
Yukihira Sōma

2017
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby maglor » Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:59 pm

IGNITE wrote:
maglor wrote:The seeding for the elimination will be based mostly, if not solely, by CVP. What concerns us is the number of matches that has already happened in Ruby and Diamond period.

Back in Regular Season of Nova/Stella division with PS1 and PS2 there were plenty of repeated matches and nobody complaint that.



Spoiler for Club 16, 106 members:
2008
C.C.
Fate Testarossa
Fujibayashi Kyō
Furude Rika
Hiiragi Kagami
Hiiragi Tsukasa
Ichinose Kotomi
Izumi Konata
Katsura Hinagiku
Kawasumi Mai
Nagato Yuki
Sakagami Tomoyo
Shana
Suigintō
Suzumiya Haruhi
Takamachi Nanoha

2009
Aisaka Taiga
Asahina Mikuru
Holo
Shinku
Suiseiseki
Tōsaka Rin

2010
Akiyama Mio
Hirasawa Yui
Misaka Mikoto
Nakano Azusa
Saber
Sanzen'in Nagi
Sengoku Nadeko
Senjōgahara Hitagi

2011
Acceletator
Araragi Koyomi
Archer
Charlotte Dunois
Edward Elric
Eucliwood Hellscythe
Gokō Ruri (Kuroneko)
Hatake Kakashi
Hibari Kyōya
Katsuragi Keima
Kinoshita Hideyoshi
Kyon
Lelouch Lamperouge
Nakamura Yuri
Okazaki Tomoya
Orihara Izaya
Otonashi Yuzru
Roy Mustang
Sakata Gintoki
Sebastian Michaelis
Tachibana Kanade
Yui

2012
Gilgamesh
Hasegawa Kobato
Kashiwazaki Sena
Kirigaya Kazuto (Kirito)
Kōsaka Kirino
Kuroko Tetsuya
Oreki Hōtarō
Takasu Ryūji
Togashi Yūta

2013
Aoyama Nanami
Aragaki Ayase
Eren Yeager
Kuroyukihime
Levi
Sakamaki Izayoi
Shiina Mashiro
Takanashi Rikka
Uchiha Itachi
Yūki Asuna
Yuzuriha Inori

2014
Itsuka Kotori
Tokisaki Kurumi
Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko
Yoshino

2015
Chitanda Eru
Emiya Kiritsugu
Hikigaya Hachiman
Jibril
Kamijō Tōma
Kanie Seiya
Kirisaki Chitoge
Makise Kurisu
Onodera Kosaki
Sakura Chiyo
Shiro
Sora
Yuigahama Yui
Yukinoshita Yukino

2016
Illyasviel von Einzbern
Isshiki Iroha
Korosensei
Okabe Rintarō
Saitama
Tomori Nao
Yukihira Sōma

2017
Image Akabane Karma
Image Emilia
Image Kafū Chino
Image Katō Megumi
Image Megumin
Image Rem
Image Satō Kazuma
Image Shiota Nagisa
Image Tachibana Taki


In those years, repeat matches were simply unavoidable. Now it is, if only for limited time.
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby sorano » Sat Nov 11, 2017 5:03 am

maglor wrote:I am slightly concerned about some people making MV/Bribery plan for the matches if they know when it will happen. I wish I know whether this is too much a paranoia, or a legit concern.

As far as I know ,some of public communitise has just debate on the playoffs by CVP,maybe changing the rule can avoid some deliberate vote activities,but will it brings others some trustless felling?
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby maglor » Sat Nov 11, 2017 9:37 am

sorano wrote:
maglor wrote:I am slightly concerned about some people making MV/Bribery plan for the matches if they know when it will happen. I wish I know whether this is too much a paranoia, or a legit concern.

As far as I know ,some of public communitise has just debate on the playoffs by CVP,maybe changing the rule can avoid some deliberate vote activities,but will it brings others some trustless felling?


Throughout the year 2017, matches were decided by assigning seeds by CVP, then switching them within tiers to avoid as much rematch as possible. The debate is whether to abandon the rematch avoidance we practiced this entire year or not.
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby sorano » Sun Nov 12, 2017 6:58 am

maglor wrote:
sorano wrote:
maglor wrote:I am slightly concerned about some people making MV/Bribery plan for the matches if they know when it will happen. I wish I know whether this is too much a paranoia, or a legit concern.

As far as I know ,some of public communitise has just debate on the playoffs by CVP,maybe changing the rule can avoid some deliberate vote activities,but will it brings others some trustless felling?


Throughout the year 2017, matches were decided by assigning seeds by CVP, then switching them within tiers to avoid as much rematch as possible. The debate is whether to abandon the rematch avoidance we practiced this entire year or not.

On this issue,I mean that it's because of the more attentions and guesses on the playoffs by CVPs,the rematch avoidance in playoffs may not perform as good as it does in the Group match.
In the Group match,people generally prefer matches between defferent characters,however,in playoffs it seem that the focus switch to 'who will win the tiara' and the match route itself.
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Re: RESULTS: 2017 Diamond 5

Postby maglor » Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:02 am

sorano wrote:
maglor wrote:
sorano wrote:
maglor wrote:I am slightly concerned about some people making MV/Bribery plan for the matches if they know when it will happen. I wish I know whether this is too much a paranoia, or a legit concern.

As far as I know ,some of public communitise has just debate on the playoffs by CVP,maybe changing the rule can avoid some deliberate vote activities,but will it brings others some trustless felling?


Throughout the year 2017, matches were decided by assigning seeds by CVP, then switching them within tiers to avoid as much rematch as possible. The debate is whether to abandon the rematch avoidance we practiced this entire year or not.

On this issue,I mean that it's because of the more attentions and guesses on the playoffs by CVPs,the rematch avoidance in playoffs may not perform as good as it does in the Group match.
In the Group match,people generally prefer matches between defferent characters,however,in playoffs it seem that the focus switch to 'who will win the tiara' and the match route itself.


I'm afraid I know plenty of people with different opinion about this as well. We will sleep on it, and make the decision, soon.
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