I think you need CSLMVenezuela in tags too since the mapper had ranked a mapset with a previous name.I don't think this is... Necessary at all dude. I mean he ranked a map... IN 2014 ._. Is old
I think you need CSLMVenezuela in tags too since the mapper had ranked a mapset with a previous name.This is not neccessary, Because 1) That's an really old nickname and 2) There's GDs ranked without that nickname on tags (example: https://osu.ppy.sh/s/347276 , https://osu.ppy.sh/s/293832 )
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.
As I said before, "bipolar" doesn't work because you're using it as a pun on "Insane". But you're using a different definition. Insane is supposed to imply the map is "Insanely difficulty" not that it "has a mental illness".I dont see what is wrong with those diff names, care to elaborate more?
Imagine a spread like this: Amicable > Conforming > Impenetrable > Schizophrenic > Supernumary.
Amicable is a pun on "Easy" as in an "Easy-going / friendly person"
Conforming is a pun on "Normal" as in a "Normal person".
Impenetrable is a pun on "Hard" as in "Very difficult to break through"
Schizophrenic is a pun on "Insane" as in "psychotic, having a mental ailment".
Supernumary is a pun on "Extra" as in "extraneous, additional".
Clearly, this won't work.
what's cryptic about "reach a consensus with the community"? please refrain from saying such things without context.Community is a very broad term. Also sorry if I seem to be attacking, I just stated that with the intention to show that I have doubts, that I tried to contact you, but I was still left with the doubt (and you had things to do and had to leave), thus I made the question in the thread in hopes that someone else could help me clarify.