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Boycott ticket #49901

Hi this is ginetta a player from downtown mafia, I think you heard about the blackout tournament. This isn't a threat or something like that, the boycott group just want to be heard, we all want is a better gameplay that benefit us all including your company. Listen to our suggestions trying to improve the DMs. We picked the DM as priority, we can't ask dynamicnext to change the game in few days all we want is you to listen. As your post said on the the feedback wall death matches should be brutal, so I guess you won't put back to old DM rule. Can you at least listen to this suggestion... To attract more gangs in DMs: 4-8 random gangs entering dm's each gang fight for themselves the computer pick who fight the 1st round set up timer to 5min the gang who knock out the gang is the winner or when the timer finish the gang who's above the 50% get the win. Second round: gang A winner from the previous round will fight the winner from the other side gang B, with 8 gangs in this DM there would be 3 rounds (1st round, 1/2 final and final each with max 5min) Bad luck for the smaller gang if they draw a big gang the 1st round, but they could be lucky and draw an opponent from same strength. This way all gangs who enters the DM need to fight. Fair enough for everyone no more agreement who fight whom, no more sitting back to get free wins. More wars for everyone more activity during tournament. Yours sincerely ...

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Awesome idea for a "NEW" method of game play which could certainly be implemented in addition to or instead of the Death Match format.  It, however, would no longer be a Death Match.  The definition of a Death Match is as follows and the current version in DTM follows said format:

Deathmatch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Deathmatch or Free-For-All (FFA, also called DM or Player vs All) is a widely used gameplay mode integrated into many shooter and real-time strategy (RTS) video games. Normally the goal of a deathmatch game is to kill (or "frag", from the military term) as many other players as possible until a certain condition or limit is reached, commonly being a frag limit or time limit. Once one of these conditions is met, the match is over and the winner is the player that accumulated the greatest number of frags. It is an evolution of the competitive multiplayer modes found in genres such as fighting games and racing video games.

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