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5-03-2008 @ 9:27PM
There's just one problem with a change like that. There were a few times when I used to arena where a member of my team would drop connection just as the queue popped so my team would decide to just not enter the queue. What happens to the people who have legitimate reasons for not entering?
5-03-2008 @ 10:56PM
Another scenario that really blows is when someone disconnects while zoning in. They'll reconnect and not be able to zone in even when there's plenty of time left before the round starts
5-04-2008 @ 8:20PM
I think that's why they originally set it up the way they did, they didn't want to punish disconnections.Bottom line is... people making a genuine effort to enter every arena game won't be punished as much as people who are not making a genuine effort.Realistically, the people clever/dodgy enough to 'game' the current system will catch on pretty quick.
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