No, probably not. I didn't post this intending it to be applied directly to the voting.
The real purpose is simply to clarify these concepts. Clarifying does however come with benefits.
- Clearly distinguishes standard tiers from others like ubers
- Established the minimum to be treated as a competitive tier (skill based)
- Clearly identified why dominance is not needed to be banned (if it demerits skill)
- Better established how some vague terms such as "overcentralization" and "haxy" fit into tiering
While this does do some work to set the mindset/thinking behind tiering like previous threads like "portrait of an über", I intend for this to have none of the vague opened-endedness of those threads. This is not all encompassing like those threads and is only detailing a specific fraction of what goes into background tiering philosophy. Not an end all be all, but very clear and specific.