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Settle the Beef
Team Ladder
Rules #
1
Rocker
 
6010
2
Scrubbles
 
4830
3
Reaper
 
6010
4
bin
 
5718
5
Maplez
 
5896
6
Haffey
 
5401
7
Koda
 
4822
8
Meowerdoom
 
5134
9
Faye
 
4904
10
Boomhauer
 
4923
11
Lyra
 
5030
12
Cereal
 
4731
13
ElegancE
 
4925
14
Kirby
 
4301
15
SilverKnight
 
4509
16
Parmigiano
 
4040
17
blodge
 
4435
18
OtterFamily
 
3742
19
Seryu
 
3893
20
EliteSlayer
 
4003
21
SimplePickup
 
4150
22
TheEvilOne
 
4777
23
Guildelin
 
4373
24
NoveaStar
 
4358
25
kazmir
 
4776
26
Moglie
 
3407
27
FuzzyDezzy
 
2764
28
Sarcasm
 
4399
29
Freedomflyer
 
4337
30
Killerwoc
 
3529
31
Poryphorion
 
3557
32
Cloud
 
3698
33
SouthernGamer
 
N/A
34
PBOY
 
4760
35
Thief
 
2806
36
Khaos
 
2761
37
Funny
 
3308
38
ArcticKinger
 
3139
39
Kei
 
3633
40
Fidicen
 
2956
41
club
 
4684
42
PoNinaBox
 
4842
43
Pyra
 
4547
44
 
 
 
45
 
 
 

Rules

  1. Anyone not on the ladder can get on it by challenging someone on the bottom row. If you are 5,000 MMR or higher you can get started by challenging anyone on any row, but once you are placed you can only challenge one row above you.
  2. All challenges must be posted in the #settle-the-beef channel, tagging the person you are challenging.
  3. You have 3 days to accept from the time of the challenge. You have a week after accepting the challenge to play the match or you auto-forfeit your spot. If reporting the auto-forfeit, please reply to the message where you challenged your opponent.
  4. All challenges are Best of 5 unless both players agree to something else. You may switch races in between matches.
  5. The player being challenged chooses the first map.
  6. Once on the ladder you can only challenge someone ahead of you on your own row or the row above you.
  7. Report your wins in the #settle-the-beef channel to have the ladder updated.
  8. You only have to accept a challenge once per week, per opponent. It's up to you if you want to accept more than that.
  9. Each person gets 1 veto at the beginning of the match.
  10. If you forfeit a match, you switch places rather than your opponent going ahead of you.