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05-19-2020 at 12:23 PM
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Redo High Scores?

Guys, just a second here. Sorry by the Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 (Championship II/Single Train) record that I published here. As a Speedrun.com user, I always used myself to post only the moment of record, but now I understand how very different Twin Galaxies checks the results. So I'm requesting TG to remove the high score I have posted. I'll stream again the same stages that I did in my latest Live Stream following the tips given by TG. Thanks for understanding

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  1. JJT_Defender's Avatar

    You have to ask Twin Galaxies members to vote no. then it woud be rejected

    Once that is done you can submit another WR video game submission.

    Important please ask Twin Galaxies staff to see if they can let you get a pass on a 5% credibilty point hit, they may say yes because you are a new TG member & did not know anything about it.

    Private message them @admin staff

    @SincerelyFranny

    @TWIN GALAXIES

    Twin Galaxies at one time allowed for TG members to cancel video game submission, they no longer do that anymore. Sorry, you are not the only one that this happened to it happened to me and a few other TG members.

  2. SincerelyFranny's Avatar

    You don't lose credibility if your score is rejected. You just need to spend the submission points to resubmit to the correct track.

    CR is directly tied to voting.

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    Updated 05-19-2020 at 01:13 PM by SincerelyFranny
  3. JJT_Defender's Avatar

    Let me understand this, if you are the submitter and cancel , the submitter does not get penalized 5% of their credibilty points. This is right ok.

    1. Does this apply in the same way for TG members who voted yes or no on the video game submission? Or does he or she get penalized 5% of their credibilty points?

    Quote Originally Posted by SincerelyFranny

    You don't lose credibility if your score is rejected. You just need to spend the submission points to resubmit to the correct track.

    CR is directly tied to voting.

  4. SincerelyFranny's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by JJT_Defender

    Let me understand this, if you are the submitter and cancel , the submitter does not get penalized 5% of their credibilty points. This is right ok.

    1. Does this apply in the same way for TG members who voted yes or no on the video game submission? Or does he or she get penalized 5% of their credibilty points?


    Credibility is ONLY gained or loss through VOTING.
    Your CR effects your voting power, so that is why voting correctly or incorrectly has an impact on it.

    As you mentioned previously, there is no 'cancellation' feature right now. When a mistake is made, all a user can do(if they choose) is to let the community know in the comments that there was a mistake made and ask them to reject. If a user had previously voted to accept the submission before they noticed the mistake and never gets around to swapping and then the submission is rejected, that user will still lose CR just like that would normally. There is nothing different from a normal submission.
  5. Garrett Holland's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by JJT_Defender

    Let me understand this, if you are the submitter and cancel , the submitter does not get penalized 5% of their credibilty points. This is right ok.

    1. Does this apply in the same way for TG members who voted yes or no on the video game submission? Or does he or she get penalized 5% of their credibilty points?



    This is a great question, Juan. A submitter whose submission is ultimately rejected will only lose Credibility if they voted YES on their own submission. I usually recommend to new players who submitted a score that I feel has a great probability of being rejected to VOTE NO on their own submission, so that they not only wont lose credibility, they actually GAIN credibility when their score is eventually rejected.

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  6. Pixe Sukola's Avatar

    You can't cancel a score, just ask the community to vote No with a message on said submission, it's not a big deal. You won't lose credibility points as long as you vote correctly, which in this case would be a No vote.

    Pleas resubmit following TG standards and keep gaming my friend!

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  7. SincerelyFranny's Avatar

    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett Holland



    This is a great question, Juan. A submitter whose submission is ultimately rejected will only lose Credibility if they voted YES on their own submission. I usually recommend to new players who submitted a score that I feel has a great probability of being rejected to VOTE NO on their own submission, so that they not only wont lose credibility, they actually GAIN credibility when their score is eventually rejected.

    This is a wonderful tip!
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