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Old 04-15-2002, 02:14 PM   #1
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Feedback on using [JDG] or -SC- suffix

Okay, I played under the [JDG] guidelines today (including putting the suffix in my name). Firstoff, I played a Duel game and was lucky enough to come up against someone who had designated themselves as -SC-. It was exactly how you'd want it to be, and felt a lot like the dueling in the films.

However, I then tried a FFA.

Now, on the What is your Code of Honour thread I claimed that I was saber-only (mostly) and avoided using 'cheap' force-power tactics, but I realised today that maybe I was stretching the truth a little. Trying to restrict yourself in this way in a game of cutthroat players is not easy. I stuck to the JDG guidelines, and died a lot. No-one a dueled bowed, but they also didn't hack me down for doing it, which is all I ask for really.)

So, what I am wondering is:

Are there any servers that are becoming known for a good amount of 'honourable' players?

How have other people found it sticking to either the saber code or dueling guild guidlines?

One last think: This is not a 'diss the deathmatch stylee players' thread. Respect to them for having fun.
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