Foxi'm extremely salty about the entire ordeal, and it's not the fact that vhalin was the cause behind all of this, it's the fact that they claim that they're actually good/nice guys in this scenario when their entire team denied us any leniency when it came to rescheduling/playing the game with a team that could actually compete with them
I literally spoke to stabby at lan about the whole vhalin thing. I had no idea until stabby told me that vhalin ended up denying the ringer, to which I said that I was sorry about it and that it was fucked up because this is supposed to plat and we don't need to be afraid of ringers. More importantly we don't need to play dirty by denying a ringer after already giving the ok. But what did you expect any of us to do about it? Vhalin was the team leader and unfortunately held the final say. To go against his decision would've meant we would have had to appeal to an admin to get him removed from our roster and his leader login taken away.
So I'm sorry that stabby and vhalin have beef and that's why he pulled that shit, but to assume that anyone else on the team wanted to play that match like that is just plain wrong.
Oh yeah and even though it was shitty at least you had 3 days to figure shit out. We had 7 minutes. And we were already using 2 backups to start with because vhalin disappeared and deadbolt didn't want to play.
If you just wanted to win and that's why you did it, I could live with that. But trying to maintain some moral high ground over us under the guise of "karma" is insultingly delusional.
But fuck it I've been a ranking asshole in UGC for a long time so if you wanna pin that shit on me go ahead, but if I or my team aren't "good/nice guys" then ya'll sure as fuck aren't either.