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.
@Natsu: Yet it can also be interpreted as insanely easy, and that is my point, they are semantically flawed, yet they are accepted as the default ones. You guys, in the same way as I am, are using the definition that best favours our arguments.. I am only bringing this up because you guys decided to apply semantics
and Monstrata and Sinnoh dont really count because they dont understand the theme of the song.
So, from what I understand, diff names cannot be themed to fit into the song then?
Does this means that the dreaded diff name of Lunatic become unrankable now?
And then Natsu has stated that any difficulty above Insane gets to be named more leniently, yet Bipolar seems to be the biggest issue?
And as for Bipolar being used as a pun, I am claiming I am not and that I am still following the song's theme, you claim I am using as pun, this discussion will never end.
There are several questions that I have posted previously, which as I stated before, if answered, could help convince me easier. For some reason, they are still left unanswered.