crosseyed: aehhhhm NO i didn't referr to you crosseyed. i replied to heavenrose, who wrote it was her fellowship. sho i'm not arguing with you at all and didn't reply to you. so whatever you relate to my reply to heavenrose, shouldn't bother you at all
speachless: Oh so it is acceptable to take over a Fellowship and then change your mind and put another player without asking them as Big Boss? The player was already Big Boss in two Fellowships so they did delete the Fellowship not heavenrose.
Modified by speachless (6. September 2017, 17:03:16)
heavenrose: and that's cool about brainking! you're free to play or resign or to delete games/fellowships how often you want. I don't see any problems in that :-) and I think it's cool that you don't care about ratings ...
Carnie: Read the message and you see I was referring to the person who resigned several games she had with me because I declined her invitation to her Fellowship three times. It was another player who deleted the Fellowship that they were not asked to be Big Boss and I did not state whether they were female or male.
Marshmud: It is all very strange as the person in question is already BB in two Fellowships and had nothing to do with putting themselves as BB. Also I thought you could not be BB in more than two Fellowships. So someone as you say must have taken over the Fellowship and then maybe changed their mind and put someone else as BB without consulting them. There should be a system to stop that happening again.
Modified by Marshmud (6. September 2017, 03:32:38)
Carnie: an example would be if somene gave it to another player. Or any BB can elect any member in that fellowship and just give it to that person my selecting that player as the new BB. Then that new BB just deletes the whole fellowship. Makes no sense however.
Because I declined an invitation to a female player's Fellowship she has resigned about 20 games. This was the third time I had been invited and each time I declined politely. But the second time it was a fellowship with another player's name and not hers. Very strange! So I made the other player aware of it. That player had never set up that fellowship so they deleted it.
Foxy (aka Tony) was a regular on BK for many years. She was a sweet lady, private in many ways, and loved to just have fun her with her BK friends.
She passed away in 2013 and I've asked Fencer to allow me to be BB of her fellowship. In her honor, and as a way of always remembering Foxy, I want to invite people to join the FS for some tourneys and friendly chat. If you knew Foxy Lady, I hope you will consider joining. Thanks in advance.
Attention Halma players: Starting October 15th Brian's 1971 Pub will start a halma 8x8 and 10x10 tournaments. To participate, simply just request membership to the pub if you are paying member and I will accept you and then you can enter our tournaments. Hope to see you at the pub.
Hey asking for anyone who loves playing battleboats, bb plus, or dark bb to come and join Brian's 1971 Pub. On September 15th we will be having tournaments in each of these three games. So request a membership and so you can play.
Please join Brian's 1971 Pub to be able to play in our gammon games starting on May 15th. The tournaments will be played under Triple Gammon rules. The more the merrier. Request membership to be accepted in.
Currently looking for new members to Brian's 1971 Pub. On April 15th we will start our next batch of tournament games featuring Line 4, Linetris, Spider Line 4, Spider Linetris, and Connect 6. Please request membership so you can play in these tournaments. Thank you.
Currently looking for serious game players who play checkers and variants to join Brian's 1971 Pub. Starting March 14th, we will have the following checkers tournaments begin in my fellowship...Checkers, Czech checkers, Italian Checkers and Corner checkers. Please request membership to play in any of these tournaments. Thank you.
There is a Halma 10x10 Team tournament scheduled to start in less than 2 days ( Feb 2015 Jump! Jump! Jump! - Halma 10x10 #4 ) However there are only 3 teams signed up, so hopefully there is another fellowship out there who will join in!!!
Looking for new members for my fellowship, Brian's 1971 Pub. Starting February 14th, we have 10 chess tournaments beginning. That is chess and 9 chess variants. It is our biggest offering of games ever at the pub. So please send a request for membership if you are not already a member so you can play in these tournaments.
I am inviting all halma players to join and play at Brian's 1971 Pub as on October 15th we are having a Halma 8x8 and a halma 10x10 tournament starting. So paying members please ask for acceptance to the pub and you then will be able to sign up for the tournaments. Thank you.
I was trying to find a Mancala Fellowship to join. I am a Brain Pawn. When I click on "fellowships" a list is given. Every fellowship I look at says "You cannot join this fellowship because to join you must be Brain Knight or higher. However, when I look at the members, a whole lot of them are Brain Pawns like me. Whats the problem here?
One of the things I love about fellowships - is joining a team (for a game I like), and then being on that team in a "Site Team Tournament" against other fellowships.
There are a few different types of fellowships.
There are "Big" fellowships, with a lot of people - and a lot of people on their teams. IN MY OPINION, It is nice to join those fellowships, but NOT to join their teams. A lot of site team tournaments limit the number of players a fellowship can send, so if only 5 will play, and there are 10 on that fellowship team - 5 will be left out. (So stay off those teams, and possible just play in their "Fellowship Tournaments" - which are tournaments just for those in that fellowship)
Small, Private, Chat - These are usually ran by a player, and usually just a select friends of that player belong. Possible not many tournament/games, but mostly around for the discussion boards.
Small, Tournament Bound - These usually try to get teams together for Site team tournaments or Fellowship vs. Fellowship tournaments. These are GREAT to get on since you will most likely play more and help out your team more.
ThunderGr: Don't join too many Fellowships. Be selective on the one or more you join. You can sign up for Fellowship tournaments, but once you sign up for a game you can't join the same game in another Fellowship. You can join team tournaments in other Fellowships as long as it not the same game.
Chimera: Thank you for responding. Is there a limit on how many fellowships you join or create? What if the fellowships you have joined play in the same tournament? What are the rules about fellowships and participation in teams?