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    So you play them to prove it.

    This is another argument that will not die. I would rather ranks be left out, you would rather them be in, and theres nothing that either of us can say to change the other's opinion. I'm done here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by {Axtlár}
    the purpose of rankings for people like you complaining about Brawl not having ranks against strangers are only to pressure yourself and to show-off, if it truly was for the challenge of wanting to become better at the game and to have fun, you would not be complaining. Sakurai must have made this on purpose to have poeple like you lighten up and realize it's a game for fun not for geeking up with "flashy" rankings.
    My point is just that with rankings it could match you up by rank so the fights you were put in by using the with anyone button would be matched fairly evenly and you would fight people around your level.

    I wouldn't even mind it if they just had behind the scenes ranks for the sole purpose of mathc-up's that no one could really see
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    So far I haven't been overly happy with ANY. They are all so EASY! Oh well the online play with GH III and SSBB is keeping me satisfied.

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    Before I read your last paragraph/sentence, it's exactly what I was gonna say: maybe they do have "behind-the-scenes" rankings for the sole purpose of putting two players together to fight with the same level more or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LevesqueIsKing
    So you play them to prove it.

    This is another argument that will not die. I would rather ranks be left out, you would rather them be in, and theres nothing that either of us can say to change the other's opinion. I'm done here.

    I like the play to prove idea Then you might be suprised by how good someone is and that's always fun.

    I just wouldn't want to add people permantently because it would make it too hard to find people I actually know on the list of all the people I've added. So I would probably remove people after I played them a couple times...

    Unless They could have a way to add people on brawl only not on your wii...
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    So far I haven't been overly happy with ANY. They are all so EASY! Oh well the online play with GH III and SSBB is keeping me satisfied.

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    Smashboards are working on a rankings system, so all will be well once they've figured it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulpro
    I like the play to prove idea Then you might be suprised by how good someone is and that's always fun.

    I just wouldn't want to add people permantently because it would make it too hard to find people I actually know on the list of all the people I've added. So I would probably remove people after I played them a couple times...

    Unless They could have a way to add people on brawl only not on your wii...
    Thats where we disagree.

    I consider many people on this site to be just as a friend as many of my day-to-day friends, if not more. Many a time I've decided not to hang out at a friends house so that I could chat with some of my friends on here.

    Having said that, and seeing that all of my friends on WiiChat are better Brawler's (gamers) than any of my day-to-day friends, they go in front of my day-to-day friends on my FC List.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LevesqueIsKing
    Thats where we disagree.

    I consider many people on this site to be just as a friend as many of my day-to-day friends, if not more. Many a time I've decided not to hang out at a friends house so that I could chat with some of my friends on here.

    Having said that, and seeing that all of my friends on WiiChat are better Brawler's (gamers) than any of my day-to-day friends, they go in front of my day-to-day friends on my FC List.
    I second that!

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    Last edited by Paulpro; 11-01-2007 at 05:25 PM.
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    So far I haven't been overly happy with ANY. They are all so EASY! Oh well the online play with GH III and SSBB is keeping me satisfied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LevesqueIsKing
    Thats where we disagree.

    I consider many people on this site to be just as a friend as many of my day-to-day friends, if not more. Many a time I've decided not to hang out at a friends house so that I could chat with some of my friends on here.

    Having said that, and seeing that all of my friends on WiiChat are better Brawler's (gamers) than any of my day-to-day friends, they go in front of my day-to-day friends on my FC List.
    I'm thinking more for sending people messages that I know in real life but live on the other side of the country (for instance my cousin who never goes on the computer so I can't email him) and things like that.

    I am still wondering if you can have a seperate friends list for every game, that is also seperate from your Wii friends list. If you can then I don't really have a problem with adding people I don't know to my brawl friends list.
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    So far I haven't been overly happy with ANY. They are all so EASY! Oh well the online play with GH III and SSBB is keeping me satisfied.

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    ^Yes, all online games have their own Friend Code, and thus there own list of friends. My Wii has about 20 Friends and my Mario Strikers has 3.

    And on a second note, thanks to a wii update, you can now organize your buddy list however you please. You can click and drag names by pressing A+B and place them in an empty spot. I left a blank page between my online friends and day-to-day friends, and I think that would solve your problem, too.

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