Do you think a first grader should get to pick the problems on his or her homework assignments?So, do you think there are the few people - it looks like about 10 as of now, and I doubt the number will go anywhere above 20 after two weeks - who have the better mentality to get through the invisible wall of 1600 are enough to decide whether the strategy should be banned or not? I agree with you that people who have made it through the trouble understands the problem better. For example, people in college would be much better at understanding how difficult an arithmetic problem is then a first grader incapable of solving the problem. But say that we are trying to decide whether the specific problem should be a part of the kid's homework. Do you think it's right for the college kid to decide on his own, without considering the opinion of the first grader and what he has to say about how difficult the problem is for him?
Setting your analogy aside, 1600 is difficult to attain, but as Articuno I said, it's ridiculous to assume that everyone who attains 1600 will want to not ban Perish Song just because they know how to beat it (?).
Some players already voted ban, for instance, and I'm sure they have beaten Perish Song users in the past...
If you want your opinion to be considered, I suggest you either put aside your complaints and obtain reqs for this suspect test or make a more convincing argument in this thread than
or, in other words, "We might ban Perish Song because it is too difficult to beat, even though people who voted know how to beat it" which doesn't really mean anything.If we do ban perish song, the reason would be that it is too difficult to get through the strategy. People who already did get through might have trouble understanding this.
edit: changed this because i misunderstood some things