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Postby Wuriya » Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:44 pm

Starblaydia wrote:
Wuriya wrote:When the next World Cup (82th) will be held?

World Cup 80 started in April, World Cup 81 started in Augusut. Based on that I would expect World Cup 82 to start in December/January, based on the host's schedule. Signups will be open long before that.

We will also have the regional tournaments and the Under-21 World Cup in the time before WC82.

Thank you for your information Starblaydia. I'm really interested to joining the next world cup hehe
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Postby Free Republics » Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:45 pm

Starblaydia wrote:
Wuriya wrote:When the next World Cup (82th) will be held?

World Cup 80 started in April, World Cup 81 started in Augusut. Based on that I would expect World Cup 82 to start in December/January, based on the host's schedule. Signups will be open long before that.

We will also have the regional tournaments and the Under-21 World Cup in the time before WC82.


If the goal for bidders is to avoid conflict between the World Cup cycle and the Olympics then I'd suggest aiming for a mid to late January start. As of right now, I'm the only Summer Olympic bidder and my schedule for that has the Olympics starting in mid-December. I wouldn't be surprised if the Winter Olympics ended up happening in March. I'm definitely not going to be able to delay the Olympics to avoid conflicting with WCQs.

I should mention that there's also a U-18 World Cup (the Sporting World Cup) that will be held before WC82. I'm not going to be hosting this edition of the SWC or anything else before the Olympics. Somebody has already expressed interest in hosting the next edition on Discord (and they've got it if they still want it).

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Congrats to both hosts for putting on one of the better tournaments of recent memory, imo. What will become of the World Cup Concert competition, if I may ask?


The World Cup Concert thread was definitely a casualty of my being significantly busier RL-wise than I'd anticipated during this World Cup. I believe the thread went up a few weeks later than I had planned and I'm pretty sure I've never gotten around to posting the opening act. I'm hoping to get an opening act posted this weekend along with a closing act that will be followed by voting. In the meantime, anybody who participated in World Cup 81 qualifying and still wishes to enter a song is welcome to do so (though I ask that songs recognize that the World Cup Concert is ICly taking place the night before the first Free Republics match of the World Cup so they shouldn't reference then-future events such as the results of the WC finals). The voting format will be adjusted, probably to a top 3 format.
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Postby ROBOSTANIA » Thu Oct 18, 2018 6:03 pm

Starblaydia wrote:
ROBOSTANIA wrote:Where is the current world cup rankings

They are linked in the signature of NSWC Signups, the OP of this thread, among others. Don't think they've been updated for post WC81 cycle quite yet, though

Ok how many tournaments are under the world cup committee, president?
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Postby Equestrian States » Thu Oct 18, 2018 6:10 pm

And with that, the World Cup 81 cycle is finally done. Congratulations to our winners, commiserations to everyone else, and many thanks to Banija and FFR for a fantastic job on the WC hosting gig. Not as great as WC80, but not bad. Well done. ;)

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Starblaydia wrote:They are linked in the signature of NSWC Signups, the OP of this thread, among others. Don't think they've been updated for post WC81 cycle quite yet, though

Ok how many tournaments are under the world cup committee, president?

Three: the Baptism of Fire, Cup of Harmony, and World Cup.

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Postby Qusmo » Thu Oct 18, 2018 6:42 pm

With the cycle now over, I'd just like to say that it's been a fantastic one all around. It started with Farf & Sem more than ably taking on a massive (&, in some cases, quite talented) BoF pool, then with FFR & Banija going over countless RPs to whittle down a giant Qualifiers field, & then FFR & Banija hosting a wonderful Finals tournament at the same time EQS & Cass held their own top-notch tournament. Thank you to all of our hosts, & thank you to everyone who spent time RPing this cycle. Congratulations to Vilita; it's always entertaining to read their RPs, & their victory was absolutely deserved. Congratulations to all those others who had success, however they define it, & commiserations to those who came up short of what they hoped. The WCC's eighty-first cycle was a great one; I'm already excited for the eighty-second.
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Postby Third Asopia » Fri Oct 19, 2018 8:41 pm

Starblaydia wrote:
ROBOSTANIA wrote:Where is the current world cup rankings

They are linked in the signature of NSWC Signups, the OP of this thread, among others. Don't think they've been updated for post WC81 cycle quite yet, though

I thought there was an after WC81 ranking one?
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Postby Starblaydia » Fri Oct 19, 2018 8:53 pm

Third Asopia wrote:
Starblaydia wrote:They are linked in the signature of NSWC Signups, the OP of this thread, among others. Don't think they've been updated for post WC81 cycle quite yet, though

I thought there was an after WC81 ranking one?

There is a Post WC81 Finals tab in the sheet.
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Postby ROBOSTANIA » Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:14 pm

Equestrian States wrote:And with that, the World Cup 81 cycle is finally done. Congratulations to our winners, commiserations to everyone else, and many thanks to Banija and FFR for a fantastic job on the WC hosting gig. Not as great as WC80, but not bad. Well done. ;)

ROBOSTANIA wrote:Ok how many tournaments are under the world cup committee, president?

Three: the Baptism of Fire, Cup of Harmony, and World Cup.

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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:45 pm

Qusmo wrote:With the cycle now over, I'd just like to say that it's been a fantastic one

I'm not Qusmo's PR rep (though maybe I should be!) but I think he deserves a special mention. His RP for both WCQ and the CoH have been top notch, his 3rd Place at the CoH is well deserved and I'm glad that we call each other friends.

EDIT: And congrats to Tinhampton for your CoH victory. Great RP as well!!
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Postby Juvencus » Fri Oct 19, 2018 11:23 pm

Hey, great ending to a great cycle, congratulations to the winners and a special thanks to all the tournament hosts! I can't wait for what comes next, I'm also very excited for the regional tournaments. Which leads me to the question, when do we expect the IAC signups thread to open?

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Postby Qusmo » Sat Oct 20, 2018 7:45 pm

Commonwealth of Baker Park wrote:
Qusmo wrote:With the cycle now over, I'd just like to say that it's been a fantastic one

I'm not Qusmo's PR rep (though maybe I should be!) but I think he deserves a special mention. His RP for both WCQ and the CoH have been top notch, his 3rd Place at the CoH is well deserved and I'm glad that we call each other friends.

EDIT: And congrats to Tinhampton for your CoH victory. Great RP as well!!

Thank you, BP; I've really enjoyed hearing what you've had to say about my RPs throughout the cycle. Reading some RPs from others in the community, I've been really inspired to get out of my comfort zone a bit, be a little more creative, & contribute something that is as good as I can make it. I'm proud of the results my RPs secured this cycle, but I'm more proud of my RPs for their own sake; I don't really think of myself as a writer, nor as a particularly creative person, so I had to stretch myself to come up with all the ideas that I did & to execute them well enough for me to be satisfied with them. I'm always glad to hear that other people have enjoyed the work I've put out there, too.
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:24 pm

Qusmo wrote:
Commonwealth of Baker Park wrote:

I've never been shy with my praise for your work. You have made your own case for how much effort you've put in. I've never considered myself as a "great" writer, but I know I have bursts of moderate brilliance. Third place in the second toughest tournament in the multiverse is something I can hope to aspire to.
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Postby The Archregimancy » Wed Nov 21, 2018 2:54 pm

I take a break, and look what happens...

Page 5 of NS Sports, and one month since the last post.

I take it there's a general feeling that the community could use a short refreshing break; while our American cousins are likely preoccupied with family this week?

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Postby Tinhampton » Thu Nov 29, 2018 6:34 pm

The 29th of November 2018 should have just been another day in another week in another month of another year of Tinhampton's life in which she worked on subject matters relevant to everybody's life... in the company, that is. It was devoid of NS Sports activity from her, which speaks volumes, really.
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Postby Cassadaigua » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:34 pm

Tinhampton wrote:"I'm sorry, ma'am, but we're here to discuss new contract terms. Don't worry, you can keep the gizmo whatchamacallit on your desk..."
For those of you who did not experience the utter annihiliation of my free time during WC79/80, my boss has successfully convinced me to revive my account on RealWorldStates. Especially in the (British) evenings, you can expect decreased activity levels from yours truly for the next six months. I might not be able to RP every day, but at least I'll try to get as much decent work out as I can. Therefore, the Zeroth and First Laws of Roleplay are in effect :P


Be careful, RealWorldStates can be way too addicting and stressful, and you have a World Cup to make next time!
Joking aside, good luck!
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Postby Cassadaigua » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:35 pm

On another note, is the Di Bradini/U-21 World Cup on the horizon?
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Postby Valanora » Fri Nov 30, 2018 11:49 pm

Looking at some time next week or the following to open that up.
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Postby Valanora » Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:46 am

And like so, the signups are now open. First come, first served.
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Postby South Toronto » Tue Dec 04, 2018 2:45 pm

I honestly thought this day would never come...

School has been hitting me hard. I just started my GCSE's and the workload is insane, and being a top set student for everything, and particularly in maths and science, I'm getting Year 11 work as homework. I have to revise for Spanish every weekday, I literally don't have any more free time to watch YouTube or anything fun. This may sound like I'm complaining, but it's the truth. Lately, I have lost the will to RP, it's not fun anymore and it sometimes feels like a chore. You can see this in the most recent tournaments I have joined.

Therefore, I have made the decision to give up on NS as a whole. I feel as though this is one of the many things that are holding me back from achieving good grades. I have made so many friends here, and the NS Sports community was welcoming to me back when I first joined. I have so many good memories of the community, but I will always cherish the moments I spent here. If you have any of my players in any domestic league, I give permission for them to just switch allegiance to your nation, or whatever you would prefer. However, I may return if there is suddenly an abundance of free time, but it likely won't be under South Toronto. I'll miss this website and the kindness, this was an amazing experience for me but sadly I had to let go. And for all the people that helped me back when I was a newbie at hosting and RPing, you know who you are.

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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:13 pm

South Toronto wrote:I honestly thought this day would never come...
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Postby Adab » Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:52 pm

Really didn't see that coming. I wish you all the best in your future endeavors.
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Postby Starblaydia » Wed Dec 05, 2018 5:32 am

South Toronto wrote:Farewell,

South Toronto

RL always comes first. Good luck with your studies; we'll be here to welcome you back when you feel you have the time to return.
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Postby Valanora » Mon Dec 10, 2018 11:23 pm

DBC everything thread is up.
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Wed Dec 12, 2018 10:44 pm

I'm announcing a temporary name change for the DBC: we'll be known as Bakjer Pjark for the duration (they J is silent...).
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Postby Vangaziland » Thu Dec 13, 2018 6:23 am

I really wanted to do the DiBradini Cup. I just couldn't with basketball, lacrosse, gridiron, motorsports and the Olympics starting soon. One day though..

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