One more thing I should point that. That guy's the same guy who nearly beat me in the VGC semi-finals. (Admittedly, the match was much easier at AVcon). Thought you should know. I am disappointed in him for not realising Magnet Pull's potential in singles.
Hosting our own tourney to form direct competition with someone else when we can only attract a very limited number of people isn't a good idea.
A better idea would be to expose loopholes in his rulings and dominate his tournies. A hint for his next tourny (which I won't be attending, as he gave us barely enough time to respond and I can't do 21st; 1 day is FAR too small), use Drought Vulpix. Allowed as it's base stat total is <400 (which bans some Pokes that need to be banned, but not all of them). Unless the same Drought terror that I unleashed on Avcon. Also use Meditite and Yanma.
He ignored my reasoning in the group. Apparently SA people who host tournies don't like feedback about their rules. Even stupider than making stupid rules is the inability to accept criticism about them.
Tbh I think 1 Moody rule is ok in doubles. Definitely not in singles though. 1 pseudo-legendary rule can be best described as defining strength based on base stats alone, which is stupid.
That SA pokemon group is bad based on the fact Adelaide pokemon players are noobs. Both you and Borgasm managed to win in your very first tournament you entered meaning that you two are currently the best in Adelaide.
There was a particular reason behind my hi's. To post 'hi' and get your attention. In short, it was a social hi.
I don't think the '1 Moody per team' rule had anything to do with the 0 attendance. I attribute that to the lack of awareness about the event. One fb post isn't enough for a new and informal event; a proper fb event page should have been made. And more importantly, the group needs more than 29 members. You're not going to get many people to a tourny when posting about it to only that many people, especially considering that most of them won't come, myself included. i rather do other stuff like go to your place :).
Someone gives you a kind gesture of saying hello, and you decide to question how he went about it? That's like a man giving a woman a bunch flowers, and the woman asking how come he didn't get her chocolate instead.