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Pluscious

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Dilbert2001 said:
"Professionals can't compete in Olymphics. However, everybody, including Ironmen are allowed to "compete" in Summer Skill-Off."


To be more precise, professional athletes can compete in Olympics under some requirements, but I don't think Marathon runners are allowed to use hover boards as Vaseth mentioned.

Ironman can participate in Summer Skill-Off because there is no rule prohibiting them to participate in events, as long as they comply with other Runescape rules such as they don't bot and don't use hover boards.


So professionals can compete in the olympics, so you were wrong, that's fine.

05-Aug-2019 18:47:57

SanguineMage
Apr Gold Premier Club Member 2018

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I disliked it for a few reasons.

1. It was only a week long. That's too short for an event.

2. The prizes took way too long to unlock. I hate grinding that much for prizes.

3. There were only 2 real prizes. Count the music if you want to, the prizes were so few.

4. Eliminating skills? I just didn't like that idea. Let us spend the tokens on whatever we want.

5. Skill choices were poor. Dungeoneering is a ftp skill and also a 120 skill. It should not have been in a popularity contest.

6. Past summer prizes were excluded. I wanted the Mexican Wave.

7. Pet parade was a conga line. It was grossly mislabeled.

8. Anyone could get out of the black hole WITHOUT A DISK OF RETURNING. There were still some funny writing, though.

9. Runecrafting. Runespan is basically the same thing.

05-Aug-2019 18:53:02

Dilbert2001
Jun Gold Premier Club Member 2006

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Pluscious said:
Dilbert2001 said:
"Professionals can't compete in Olymphics. However, everybody, including Ironmen are allowed to "compete" in Summer Skill-Off."


To be more precise, professional athletes can compete in Olympics under some requirements, but I don't think Marathon runners are allowed to use hover boards as Vaseth mentioned.

Ironman can participate in Summer Skill-Off because there is no rule prohibiting them to participate in events, as long as they comply with other Runescape rules such as they don't bot and don't use hover boards.


So professionals can compete in the olympics, so you were wrong, that's fine.


There are requirements depending on the Committees. They will make sure participants all compete in fair ground, like is it fair to allow Andy Ruiz Jr and Anthony Joshua or the entire Brazillian National Soccer team to participate.

Summer Skill-Off had its own rule too, and Ironmen were not ruled out and I did not see them using hover boards. :D

05-Aug-2019 18:57:45

Pluscious

Pluscious

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Dilbert2001 said:
Pluscious said:
Dilbert2001 said:
"Professionals can't compete in Olymphics. However, everybody, including Ironmen are allowed to "compete" in Summer Skill-Off."


To be more precise, professional athletes can compete in Olympics under some requirements, but I don't think Marathon runners are allowed to use hover boards as Vaseth mentioned.

Ironman can participate in Summer Skill-Off because there is no rule prohibiting them to participate in events, as long as they comply with other Runescape rules such as they don't bot and don't use hover boards.


So professionals can compete in the olympics, so you were wrong, that's fine.


There are requirements depending on the Committees. They will make sure participants all compete in fair ground, like is it fair to allow Andy Ruiz Jr and Anthony Joshua or the entire Brazillian National Soccer team to participate.

Summer Skill-Off had its own rule too, and Ironmen were not ruled out and I did not see them using hover boards. :D


no they don't go to the fair, they compete in like stadiums and you know, sensible places.

05-Aug-2019 19:11:30

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