Its best to gather as much data as you can before you make a decision, I have foxy labbing out the effects of duckhunts no Z-axis shit right now so I'd suggest you wait for him to drop that knowledge bomb before anyone makes a decisions because informed decisions are better than decisions :)
Also knowing foxy he'll probably invent like 7 new link AT's during his labbing. Also your strawpoll sucks, I cant vote on it more than once :'<
ghost buddy you need to chill out, if you think YOU get frustrated when you see what you think are people being dumb, think about how I feel, you still haven't come very far from your old retarded theory crafting days, and you calling people uneducated is so ironic I actually want to reach through your computer screen and slap you.
You need to stop jumping to insane conclusions like for instance if anyone says anything you disagree with, they are lazy, inexperienced and uneducated about the game. Like... you cant just think of something that might be a fact and then call it absolute fact, thats not how it works, what do you know about x players experiences and work ethic? Making claims based on very little information is a bad idea. You have made so many crazy claims based on your own very limited experience for the last few years that I'm surprised you are now trying to champion the important of experience. If you manage to keep an open mind this trip to America should be good for you and might get rid of a few of the more questionable opinions you have. Like this one for instance...
Ghostbone said: Halberd isn't banned for hazards, it's banned because of the ceiling.
I dunno where you get your 'facts' from, but you need to recheck them buddy, the stage is banned for numerous reasons (that means more than one just fyi), the hazards being one of them.
You're a great player, but sorry to say this buddy you are also an idiot when it comes to this stuff and you place waaaay too much faith in your own opinion (especially since you are still very much a big fish in a small pond), which leads to the above problems.
I think the next point we need to address here is, how much does the lack of Z-axis affect the game?
Zivhayr said:I'd rather have every character be consistent with their hitboxes across all stages
I feel like this is a pretty good point, a stage that just suddenly changes/messes up the fundamental rules of the game is grounds for a potential ban on that point alone.
I've never noticed any hitbox changes on duckhunt though which might mean its not a big deal in any way so I'd suggest that anyone wanting to further the discussion on the legality of duck hunt do some research and find out how big of a difference the lack of a Z-axis makes and how much impact it has on the game.