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Postby Koana Islands » Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:21 pm

Ko-oren wrote:Personally, I like domestic threads that make it easy to understand what's going on. Having an unclear format and dozens of top level teams might be fun to set up, but it's very hard to read. I like it when teams have some sort of identity, be it through a graphic, logo, adjective, motto, city, mascot or team colour, as those make the league (and the team) feel most alive to me. Having one or two household players to come back to per team are fun too, though I'm not going to expect someone to retain even one name from my domestic thread. Also I like it when people can make the consequences of a match or a ranking clear, instead of just colour-coding it. I don't know what the colours mean, is it qualification for UICA? Playoffs? Relegation? Relegation playoffs?

Basically, make me invested in your league or even just one team.

I like to think my domestic thread is a good example (see my sig), but I wouldn't mind some feedback on my domestic posts either.


I definitely think a newsfeed should tell a story, which is what I'm trying to do with mine as a way of not only keeping myself interested, but potentially drawing in others.

I hate newsfeeds that are just reams of results and a league table so I feel yours strikes a healthy balance between telling a story and just using it for record-keeping.

I would argue I like to read about players and teams in more detail, but I wanted to get a feel for what the general feeling is as I would rather put my newsfeed on its own blog if it's going to get the same number of readers! :D

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Postby Nephara » Wed Oct 17, 2018 12:56 am

As Ko-oren says, identity is the main thing. Skimming through your newswire, you've established exceptional visual identities for each club, and since I'm a basic bitch who loves penguins, I already have a team to support. So you've already got my interest. Beyond that, other things to think about; playing style, their associated cities/towns, their supporters - are their fans loud and working-class? Gentrified tourists? Political activists? There's no need to rush all this out of the door, of course. It's going to take time to build up your world.

I think your match-by-match report system of detailing one per day and giving the others a statistical overview is a solid plan, but might be a little exhausting. But everyone's got a different way of handling these things, and maybe it's just right for you; still, if something does seem like more trouble than it's worth, there's no shame in dropping it. Either way, the important thing is to make sure it captures more flavour than just a blow-by-blow 'this guy scored, then that guy scored', and you seem to have done that well. So, yeah, tl;dr I think you're on the right track, keep it up!
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Postby Savojarna » Wed Oct 17, 2018 2:35 am

Nephara wrote:As Ko-oren says, identity is the main thing. Skimming through your newswire, you've established exceptional visual identities for each club, and since I'm a basic bitch who loves penguins, I already have a team to support. So you've already got my interest. Beyond that, other things to think about; playing style, their associated cities/towns, their supporters - are their fans loud and working-class? Gentrified tourists? Political activists? There's no need to rush all this out of the door, of course. It's going to take time to build up your world.

I think your match-by-match report system of detailing one per day and giving the others a statistical overview is a solid plan, but might be a little exhausting. But everyone's got a different way of handling these things, and maybe it's just right for you; still, if something does seem like more trouble than it's worth, there's no shame in dropping it. Either way, the important thing is to make sure it captures more flavour than just a blow-by-blow 'this guy scored, then that guy scored', and you seem to have done that well. So, yeah, tl;dr I think you're on the right track, keep it up!


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South Quadana wrote:The post above this is not cool, man.

It has already been reported in Moderation (and then again spammed into that report), so they'll take care of it.
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Postby Third Asopia » Sat Nov 10, 2018 6:26 am

The WC82 is up next. Should I start preparing my RP now or later during the WC itself?
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Postby Starblaydia » Sat Nov 10, 2018 6:52 am

Third Asopia wrote:The WC82 is up next. Should I start preparing my RP now or later during the WC itself?

You might find it useful to prepare your Roster in advance, and maybe think about the kinds of RPs you want to write as the Qualifiers progress, but it's still quite far away at the moment so there's absolutely no rush.

Before WC82 we have the regional tournaments, Under-21 and Under-18 World Cups, as well as the Summer Olympics, so there's still plenty of football to be played before it all kicks off again for the big one.
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Postby Velestria » Thu Nov 22, 2018 8:48 am

Lisander wrote:This is probably misplaced, but I want to share someone with you. I was answering Vilita and Turori in NSSCRA Discussion topic, and noticed something.

I think we should have a graphics one-stop-shop. It could list all sport-related storefronts, Like Krbustan Sports, Meski, Valls Rugby, ediraf, et cetera. It also could list reference images and templates for people wanting to design uniforms, liveries, logos and other images, like our counterpart to Table RPG props.

I think that’s a good idea, and given there’s different designs for differ designers (like SSD2 as opposed to photoshop, etc.) it would allow for a total impromptu information and links to diffeeent companies ^>^
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Postby Indo-Malaysia » Sun Nov 25, 2018 8:19 am

What are the major NS Sports tournaments? Incan think of the NSWC and the Olympics, but are there any more ?
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Postby Savojarna » Sun Nov 25, 2018 8:28 am

Indo-Malaysia wrote:What are the major NS Sports tournaments? Incan think of the NSWC and the Olympics, but are there any more ?


There are the world championships of more minor sports (World Cup of Hockey, Handball World Cup, World Bowl, Rugby World Cup, and whatever baseball and basketball are called), which I'd put roughly on equal footing, even though WCoH and World Bowl are probably a bit above the rest in terms of size and thus also prestige (note that I don't participate in the US sports, so I may be a bit wrong here).

Then we have some smaller sports that do more irregular world championships: water polo, alpine skiing, etc.

The World Grand Prix Championship and its offshoots are hard to place as they are not strictly team sports, but they are probably somewhere in between the various bigger world championships.

Finally, there is the football club competition, UICA Champions Cup/Globe Cup, which is massive, but I never really understood how it works beyond "submit your teams". Hockey and rugby should also have club competitions, and potentially some of the other sports do too.
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Postby Ko-oren » Sun Nov 25, 2018 8:50 am

Savojarna wrote:
Indo-Malaysia wrote:What are the major NS Sports tournaments? Incan think of the NSWC and the Olympics, but are there any more ?


There are the world championships of more minor sports (World Cup of Hockey, Handball World Cup, World Bowl, Rugby World Cup, and whatever baseball and basketball are called), which I'd put roughly on equal footing, even though WCoH and World Bowl are probably a bit above the rest in terms of size and thus also prestige (note that I don't participate in the US sports, so I may be a bit wrong here).

Then we have some smaller sports that do more irregular world championships: water polo, alpine skiing, etc.

The World Grand Prix Championship and its offshoots are hard to place as they are not strictly team sports, but they are probably somewhere in between the various bigger world championships.

Finally, there is the football club competition, UICA Champions Cup/Globe Cup, which is massive, but I never really understood how it works beyond "submit your teams". Hockey and rugby should also have club competitions, and potentially some of the other sports do too.

Baseball has the WBC (World Baseball Classic), and basketball has the IBC.

I was curious to see what our largest events were, so I had a look around:

By far the largest events are the NSWC (190 entrants) and the Olympics (61 entrants, but huge amount of events).
WBC (baseball) had 54 entrants.
WCoH (ice hockey) had 48 entrants.
IBC (basketball) had 48 entrants.
World Bowl (american football) had 42 entrants.
RUWC (rugby union) had 40 entrants.
WHC (handball) had 32 entrants.
WLC (lacrosse) had 28 entrants (but is not held frequently).
RLWC (rugby league) had 24 entrants.
WT20C (cricket) had 24 entrants.
GCF Test (cricket) has 14 ranked teams.

WBC, WCoH, IBC, World Bowl and RUWC are mid-sized, WHC, RLWC and WT20C are our smaller 'main' events, as far as largest events per sport go. Then there's the following:

Di Bradini Cup: 32 entrants.
NSCF (college american football): 36 nations.
Rugby 7s: 24 entrants.

Then, our regional events:
AOCAF: 28 entrants.
CE (Esportiva): 32 entrants.
CR (Rushmore): 16 entrants.

I didn't go into club competitions, of which the largest is soccer by far.
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Postby Savojarna » Sun Nov 25, 2018 11:07 am

Ko-oren wrote:
Savojarna wrote:
There are the world championships of more minor sports (World Cup of Hockey, Handball World Cup, World Bowl, Rugby World Cup, and whatever baseball and basketball are called), which I'd put roughly on equal footing, even though WCoH and World Bowl are probably a bit above the rest in terms of size and thus also prestige (note that I don't participate in the US sports, so I may be a bit wrong here).

Then we have some smaller sports that do more irregular world championships: water polo, alpine skiing, etc.

The World Grand Prix Championship and its offshoots are hard to place as they are not strictly team sports, but they are probably somewhere in between the various bigger world championships.

Finally, there is the football club competition, UICA Champions Cup/Globe Cup, which is massive, but I never really understood how it works beyond "submit your teams". Hockey and rugby should also have club competitions, and potentially some of the other sports do too.

Baseball has the WBC (World Baseball Classic), and basketball has the IBC.

I was curious to see what our largest events were, so I had a look around:

By far the largest events are the NSWC (190 entrants) and the Olympics (61 entrants, but huge amount of events).
WBC (baseball) had 54 entrants.
WCoH (ice hockey) had 48 entrants.
IBC (basketball) had 48 entrants.
World Bowl (american football) had 42 entrants.
RUWC (rugby union) had 40 entrants.
WHC (handball) had 32 entrants.
WLC (lacrosse) had 28 entrants (but is not held frequently).
RLWC (rugby league) had 24 entrants.
WT20C (cricket) had 24 entrants.
GCF Test (cricket) has 14 ranked teams.

WBC, WCoH, IBC, World Bowl and RUWC are mid-sized, WHC, RLWC and WT20C are our smaller 'main' events, as far as largest events per sport go. Then there's the following:

Di Bradini Cup: 32 entrants.
NSCF (college american football): 36 nations.
Rugby 7s: 24 entrants.

Then, our regional events:
AOCAF: 28 entrants.
CE (Esportiva): 32 entrants.
CR (Rushmore): 16 entrants.

I didn't go into club competitions, of which the largest is soccer by far.


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Postby Seraxinbourgh » Sun Dec 02, 2018 1:28 pm

Ko-oren wrote:
Savojarna wrote:
There are the world championships of more minor sports (World Cup of Hockey, Handball World Cup, World Bowl, Rugby World Cup, and whatever baseball and basketball are called), which I'd put roughly on equal footing, even though WCoH and World Bowl are probably a bit above the rest in terms of size and thus also prestige (note that I don't participate in the US sports, so I may be a bit wrong here).

Then we have some smaller sports that do more irregular world championships: water polo, alpine skiing, etc.

The World Grand Prix Championship and its offshoots are hard to place as they are not strictly team sports, but they are probably somewhere in between the various bigger world championships.

Finally, there is the football club competition, UICA Champions Cup/Globe Cup, which is massive, but I never really understood how it works beyond "submit your teams". Hockey and rugby should also have club competitions, and potentially some of the other sports do too.

Baseball has the WBC (World Baseball Classic), and basketball has the IBC.

I was curious to see what our largest events were, so I had a look around:

By far the largest events are the NSWC (190 entrants) and the Olympics (61 entrants, but huge amount of events).
WBC (baseball) had 54 entrants.
WCoH (ice hockey) had 48 entrants.
IBC (basketball) had 48 entrants.
World Bowl (american football) had 42 entrants.
RUWC (rugby union) had 40 entrants.
WHC (handball) had 32 entrants.
WLC (lacrosse) had 28 entrants (but is not held frequently).
RLWC (rugby league) had 24 entrants.
WT20C (cricket) had 24 entrants.
GCF Test (cricket) has 14 ranked teams.

WBC, WCoH, IBC, World Bowl and RUWC are mid-sized, WHC, RLWC and WT20C are our smaller 'main' events, as far as largest events per sport go. Then there's the following:

Di Bradini Cup: 32 entrants.
NSCF (college american football): 36 nations.
Rugby 7s: 24 entrants.

Then, our regional events:
AOCAF: 28 entrants.
CE (Esportiva): 32 entrants.
CR (Rushmore): 16 entrants.

I didn't go into club competitions, of which the largest is soccer by far.

There's a fourth regional club football competition - the Tanah Melayu Champions League; it had 10 entrants in its inaugural competition.
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Postby Lisander » Sun Dec 02, 2018 1:35 pm

Seraxinbourgh wrote:There's a fourth regional club football competition - the Tanah Melayu Champions League; it had 10 entrants in its inaugural competition.


This is not an exhaustive list. In fact there are lots of regional competitions older, with more editions and teams than Tanah Melayu Champions League. Most of them only run for one or two editions. They don't have the prestige of the three regions. So they do not enter in the list of the biggest events.

I miss, for example, Miller Cup, that was contested by nations created Brazilian users, like Lisander, Dainer and Sunrise Islands.
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This is a little out of the blue and still very much conceptual at this point but...

Who'd be up for a Kolhii tournament?
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Can you get scorinators on iPhones?

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Who'd be up for a Kolhii tournament?

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Postby Equestrian States » Tue Dec 04, 2018 4:19 pm

Indo-Malaysia wrote:Can you get scorinators on iPhones?

Scorinators like xkoranate or NSFS, the big full scorinators? Not that I'm aware of.

I do know that there have been a few online scorinators developed over the years for various sports that you could theoretically use with your phone's internet browser, but I don't personally have any working links to those on hand as the couple that I did have links to are no longer working. They do (or at least have in the past) exist, however, so somebody else on here might be able to provide a link or you might find some of them if you trawled through the thread.
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Postby Seraxinbourgh » Fri Dec 07, 2018 1:59 pm

Does anyone know anything about how Kemelilui is played? I have tried looking it up after finding it on xkoranate and all I've found is a league table that said it was created in Cahrphya and that it was included in the World Games a long, long time ago. I have no idea on anything else about it however.
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Seraxinbourgh wrote:Does anyone know anything about how Kemelilui is played? I have tried looking it up after finding it on xkoranate and all I've found is a league table that said it was created in Cahrphya and that it was included in the World Games a long, long time ago. I have no idea on anything else about it however.

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Postby Seraxinbourgh » Fri Dec 07, 2018 2:23 pm

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Seraxinbourgh wrote:Does anyone know anything about how Kemelilui is played? I have tried looking it up after finding it on xkoranate and all I've found is a league table that said it was created in Cahrphya and that it was included in the World Games a long, long time ago. I have no idea on anything else about it however.

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So they have to be from the region of India?
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Postby Indusse » Sun Dec 09, 2018 5:49 pm

Baranil wrote:
Indusse wrote:I need a host

So they have to be from the region of India?

Not necessary
This is a post byindusse and I will never give up......
hosted and secured a 3rd position in 1st DE-COSTA INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT
AICB-2 CHAMPIONS

WA delegate of india twice.


WA DELEGATE OF INDIA
# southbay Riveria FC

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