Quote: Originally Posted By zlionsfan on 6/25/2008Replies are just a counter like our post counts ... probably reset when he redid the thread. Seems like this would work better if it linked to the original threads, and then those would be tucked away somewhere else (rather than being individually pinned), but I suspect the "somewhere else" isn't possible with this forum software
Quote: Originally Posted By zoobaseball on 7/17/2008Speaking from a rookie (3 pathetic seasons) learning this game to another noob - there is NO WAY you have figured anything out, even if it looks that way. This game is very complex and the most fun you will have is by joining a league with experienced owners that are willing to either teach you directly or teach you by letting you screw up and learn that way. You will learn by rebuilding a team or taking over a franchise that you can tweak and see effects (and ask questions, even if people make fun of you when you ask them). You will not learn by starting a world, and in fact, your world will only be worthwhile if you get people who are committed and/or very good owners already. These people will not spend $25 per team to join a world started and being run by somebody with no experience. (Unless they are your friends and family, clueless newbies lime me or your 24 other aliases). I can see the appeal of joining a new world (I did that with my second team) where there is no baggage from different styles of management, but join a young world or new world if you want, just don't start your own. You probably already figured out that when you join (or create) a new world, not all teams are created equal. Players are randomly generated and you could get a good team, but you could get a crappy team, and these guys already have good and bad contracts assigned. This is not better than being able to pick a team in an ongoing league...
Quote: Originally posted by zlionsfan on 6/10/2009Jack, I see Atlanta, Cincinnati, Colorado, Detroit, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, and Washington as needing updates. Any others?
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