if you have to write a sentence to explain a difficulty name, then it's not intuitive enough.As far as I know, difficulty names does not necessarily have to be intelligible with english language, and no, I do not need to write a whole sentence to explain it as demonstrated on my OT.
it'd be better if you used words that are similar in both languages. For example, Simpatica and Complicada are easy to get.
I have asked about the difficulty names with other people, and even some of them find it pointless to discuss about this.
Maybe if someone could explain to me why Lunatic is harder than Insane, might be able to convince me much easier about this issue: https://osu.ppy.sh/s/514980 https://osu.ppy.sh/s/113458
Or why extreme is harder than extra? https://osu.ppy.sh/s/462386
One could argue that Extra stands for Extra Hard, but then it only makes it harder than a Hard and not necessarily harder than an Insane, and even then, the Extra could be interpreted as Extra Easy. It could also be because it is following the Touhou difficulty naming format, but then why include Extreme?
I know I am going off-topic, but if someone can give me proper answers to these, then you guys might have given me enough arguments to convince me to the point of using ugly difficulty names set.
And yes, I do believe that my questions is a bit pointless and my arguments given for the questions is basically stretching it out, but then again, so are the arguments given in this discussion as well.