i like all tiers, but unfortunately, the game does not tell me, whats up in which tier, so i like this proposal, however i can also only say, i’d whish today’s squads would not give up so easily…
i voted for T4 for the reason, that more will come who had been in T3 for ages, or to get more in who are not visiting t3 anymore
however, i also love a good T3 match, and i know, a lot of people still struggle to get into T4 itself
but this topic still makes me bring up a rant i have.
if they would simply lift that stupid “corp cant fight against corp” restriction in the MM…
at least when there is no one else around
i mean i understand that it is there to make it less abusable, but lets face it, if i’d want that, i could still do that anyway
we know how to circumvent it (just have one squad with a leader not from the same corp), and still we try to make two even teams to face each other
i know there have been abuses in the past with similar systems like custom battles (albeit i cannot believe there has been much in public pvp itself)
and i feel like that restriction is too preemptive, too lazy, and also has a negative effect on squadding itself
corps would grow much more, not just in people but also in skill, if groups are also having inhouse squads in the tiers, after all, the most teaching games i always had in this game, were back in the day games like that. seeing two squads of similar strength counter each other, following them doing their stuff…
And as I recall, back then, there were corps vs. corps squads all over the place; this made some corps even grow bigger, because they could enjoy shooting each other.
it’s fine by me if foreign squads are more likely, but if there is really nobody else in the queue, why block a corp to send two squads against each other. after all it’s usually a good recipe for a good game, to rely on human instinct to balance each other out
it’s not like the first thing in mind is to create two unequal squads and force the less experienced ones to satisfy the old guards bloodlust
have we come that far in distrusting the general public, or just too comfortable to create proper ways of filtering out abuse?