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Time Fu Panda

Masters of Time
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    The Space-Time Continuum
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  1. Greetings. I am Time Fu Panda. Beware, schedulers of Blood Bowl matches! I come to remind you that due to a fluctuation in the Space-time Continuum, the European clocks have moved one hour backwards this night between Saturday and Sunday. (In the US of A, this happens next week, instead). Actually, time did not change. It is only a feeble human attempt to master time, but all you change is your perception of it. As my great Master once said: "Only the weak of mind would think something changes when they give it a new name."
  2. 3 - Scheduling & Timekeeping

    Question: In the OCC Rulebook, paragraph III - B1 reads: And paragraph III - B6 reads: Isn't this vague? Wouldn't it be better if there was a time limit? Answer: The OCC admins have one priority above all others: that matches get played. The reason is simple: it is the fairest on all participants of the division and the league. That means we would rather that matches are rescheduled than to set an arbitrary time limit which lets one coach get a default win. That being said, it doesn't mean people who are late to schedule or turn up get off the hook. We have both a warning system for serious offences and a hidden note system for admins to keep track of misdemeanours. Coaches who can't handle the commitment of a league will get warned and eventually banned. Below are some clarifications to the rulebook. These are not written in stone. 1. MD threads go up on Sundays - meaning coaches have plenty of time to post availability before the MD kicks off. If you get a PM from your admins about not having posted availability, that's not a friendly reminder; it means you fucked up. 2. Up to 15 minutes is an acceptable delay, provided it's not part of a pattern and that the coach apologises. Anything 30 minutes and beyond is considered bad form. The solution to most problems is to COMMUNICATE. 9 out of 10 conflicts are avoidable if coaches communicate clearly and on time. Plan your matches well ahead. Inform your opponent. Post your plans in the MD thread. Use UTC. If you're going to be late or can't make it, post in the MD thread. If your opponent is running late, post in the MD thread. If you weren't able to make it, post in the MD thread. (See a pattern, here?) Bottom line: coaches who have communicated clearly, on time, and in a friendly manner stand a much better chance of avoiding negative consequences.
  3. A Warning About Changing Times

    Time Fu Panda bend time and space. You only edit post.
  4. A Warning About Changing Times

    It is okay. Time Fu Panda went back in time and fixed mistake. So it never happened. Now you look very silly.
  5. A Warning About Changing Times

    Greetings. I am Time Fu Panda. How is your Time Fu training going? Because Time Fu Panda senses many instances of bad Time Fu emanating from this league. If you cannot handle your daily Time Fu, how will you deal with the upcoming... FLUCTUATIONS IN THE TIME-SPACE CONTINUUM? On Sunday morning, clocks all over Europe (and some other places) go through the SPRING FORWARD. Clocks magically skip an hour ahead. Only the Masters of Time know why. Be prepared, so that you do not end up late!
  6. Are there any stupid questions?

    Greetings. Time Fu Panda thinks the lack of knowledge is often the same as the lack of respect for the time of others.
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