volumex wrote:Sorry ROOK, it seems your ship too was maybe not Star Wars enough? Join the rest of us we watch how this unfolds...
Rook wrote: I’m actually surprised that I lost that round because his looks more like ground transport than a star ship. <snip> But neither of ours are better than the top 3 ships that are still in, and they will almost definitely win.
Rook wrote:I’m actually surprised that I lost that round...
madLEGOman wrote:easy guys, keep in mind this is just a lego contest. some cool prizes, but nothing worth getting upset over. This is just supposed to be about fun and some friendly rivalry.
No. Two builders collaborating on a ship and supporting it in the contest is in no way similar to an individual breaking the CoC to create multiple account and then shill voting their entry in an attempt to cheat the system. Chief's position as an admin and his involvement in that entry have no bearing on each other. This is simply a case of two good builders who are also two good friends joining forces to make something cool. I can't imagine this being the first time we've had a colab entry, more likely it's just the first time someone has noticed and voiced concern. I can however imagine the loop hole squads getting all excited over the idea of team built entries so we will be sure to address that for future contests.Rook wrote:In my opinion that's about the same as having multiple accounts
Again, no. That is simply not the case. The staff votes are worth only as much as any regular member, and there are a lot more of you out there than there are of us. I'm sure a lot of members picked their favorite ships at the start and repeatedly vote for them throughout the rounds. This is no different.Rook wrote:I believe Lego, since they are providing some of the prizes, would frown on the possible manipulation of a contest so that the "friend" of staff member might have a better chance at winning than other contestants.
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