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  1. epic.20 - Fair Isle De-frag

    Hello Guys & Gals, Another potential sell out event, so congratulations to anybody who help contribute to our success and we much appreciate your support. However with sell out events comes major responsibility to my shoulders with regards to the seating plan and how to keep everyone fairly happy. Last event I managed to make everyone fairly happy, however please understand that this is a tough thing to accomplish, we have larger groups which are odd numbers, and 1v1 type games in Fair Isle with the usual 5 man teams. It becomes a tough nightmare for me to do, and becomes even worse if people don't follow the instructions. If you are a casual player and wanting atmosphere, I strongly urge you to go into Lakeside, we already have a couple of teams who really don't want to be in Lakeside (because of noise levels) but were forced to sit in there due to the circumstances of lacking 5 seats together in the run up to sell out. Fair Isle is the competitive hall, and is treated as such for that reason, epic.LAN won't force you to move of course, but it would be much appreciated if you were casual and wanted a smaller LAN feeling to sit in Lakeside. Last couple of events what I did, was group all respective gaming communities and placed them in the appropriate parts of the hall, if you were a Dota team, you were down the Dota row, if you were CS:GO you were in the CS:GO rows, that same logic will continue for this event too as it makes it better for all players and admins involved. Here is the process that everyone will need to follow in Fair Isle. The current schedule (barring any issues in my own life currently) will be as follows: Draft Seating Plan released to everyone on this forum - January 31st (Tuesday) Final Seating Plan being done - February 4th/5th (Saturday/Sunday) Hope this helps Gumpster
  2. Hello Guys & Gals, Another potential sell out event, so congratulations to anybody who help contribute to our success and we much appreciate your support. However with sell out events comes major responsibility to my shoulders with regards to the seating plan and how to keep everyone fairly happy. Last event I managed to make everyone fairly happy, however please understand that this is a tough thing to accomplish, we have larger groups which are odd numbers, and 1v1 type games in Fair Isle with the usual 5 man teams. It becomes a tough nightmare for me to do, and becomes even worse if people don't follow the instructions. If you are a casual player and wanting atmosphere, I strongly urge you to go into Lakeside, we already have a couple of teams who really don't want to be in Lakeside (because of noise levels) but were forced to sit in there due to the circumstances of lacking 5 seats together in the run up to sell out. Fair Isle is the competitive hall, and is treated as such for that reason, epic.LAN won't force you to move of course, but it would be much appreciated if you were casual and wanted a smaller LAN feeling to sit in Lakeside. Last couple of events what I did, was group all respective gaming communities and placed them in the appropriate parts of the hall, if you were a Dota team, you were down the Dota row, if you were CS:GO you were in the CS:GO rows, that same logic will continue for this event too as it makes it better for all players and admins involved. Here is the process that everyone will need to follow in Fair Isle. The current schedule (barring any issues in my own life currently) will be as follows: Draft Seating Plan released to everyone on this forum - October 4th (Tuesday) Final Seating Plan being done - October 8th/9th (Saturday/Sunday) Hope this helps Gumpster
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