League-Intermediate scheme update for 3.8?

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Komito wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 10:45 am Wouldn't "Intermediate - ONL" be a better suited name since it's Intermediate,...
I like that. Better especially for newcomers :)
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Komito wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 10:45 am Wouldn't "Intermediate - ONL" be a better suited name (...)
Plus, it isn't entirely luckless either :P
I agree!
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only "old" guys know it, but this is the 3rd time that NNN has this forum. The previouses were deleted, and when it started, me and Dario were clan members, so relatively a lot of users "joined about the same time". Dario is member long ago before that.
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Anyone thought about increasing maximum flamelet count for league scheme? Napalm can still be used to turn off petrol and thats obviously a bug I think.
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yeah, I've thought about it and I don't have a solid opinion. One thing that I don't like is that it is quite a difference from 3.7 scheme, and some people still use that version. We've also historically allowed napalm/barrel usage against petrol. Still, I am not sure.
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I'm ok with this. The cost of removing the fire is high (ie spending a napalm).
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