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  1. The hit on morale when loosing should be smaller if you loose against a better team and greater if you loose against a poorer team. From 2nd division when I play a cup match against a Premiership team loosing 6-1 shouldn't be considered a bad result. Frankly on the contrary, scoring once is an achievement.
  2. An attacker with too low bravery, say below 5 or so, is rather useless unless he is exceptionally good at long shots. Bravery is not just a defensive attribute.
  3. There is a very simple answer that anybody can find in the general rules of this forum: You agree You agree, through your use of this service, that you will not use this BB to post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, racist, homophobic, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise violative of any law. Frankly your, and the general line of thinking in LLM, could be just as well used to counter-flame your flaming. Makes no sense either.
  4. It's been mentioned that is trying to be stopped, although to be fair some people don't read the forum header which is frustrating as you can understand. </div></BLOCKQUOTE> Nobody can be expected to have read any forum headers or stickies. That said, any extra rules should be found there. If there is genuine effort in the forum to cut down abuse, then why is that not even hinted at in the headers and stickies Also it should not be an alien concept to give warnings and eventually bans on people who misbehave.
  5. I can in no way agree with people who say there is nothing wrong in the LLM forum. Any forum where people are allowed, or even encouraged, to flame any newcomer making the slightest breach of rules is not a friendly place and is not ran well. The ethos of the place is definedly not about playing the game in a certain way, it is about declaring others that you are special and they can't bloody read the rules. Well that is how internet works: nobody reads the rules or agreements before posting. When it is clear that the poster with his first posts doesn't intentionally break the rules, then it should be enough to once remind about that. I don't think the GD here is a friendly enough place to spend much time on, but certainly one feels more welcomed than in the LLM.