If you quit you get no points

I have had several instances whereBuy MS2 Mesos a player was afk the whole game of One Card, and also a couple of games where all 3 of my competitions were afk. This drags on the sport much too long and frequently times the game simply stops. No cards are played by anyone and the only way to play another game is to stop and receive a 10 minute ban for "cheating". There are a number of different games offering this feature, I think it will be of much help in Star Planet. There obviously could be people who abuse this, but I see it doing a lot more good than poor. It happens when someone selects a colour (after playing a Colour Change or Irena card) too slow. And when that happens, the last thing you should do is stop. The game out time, 11 minutes after the cards were dealt, and you'll get points as for a maximum-length game. If you quit you get no points and can't perform for 10 minutes anyway, so you're better off remaining in the match and hoping everyone else does also. Since if one person stops, the game gets partly unstuck: gamers still can't click their cards but turns do move from one to the other and the AI plays for everybody. And then in the end (which usually happens at the same 11-minute timeout) the game punishes everybody for "AFK'ing" because they did not play their cards and let the AI do it to them... As for voting people out:Maplestory 2 Mesos no.It would mean that anyone who is down to one card would get kicked out from another three, who might not be friends but are all in agreement that they don't need him winning.As Loonacm explained, the game itself should be stricter with AFK'ers. It determines one is AFK after 3 rounds of these not playing. Thus, it should only kick them out, instead of continuing to perform for them after awaiting their ends out.BTW, in my experience, there are not that many AFK'ers. Lots of botters, but the bots do perform, so they are much less of an annoyance. Some of the bots don't draw from the deck, so if they don't have a card to perform with their switch drags on, but that's not quite as bad as someone who never plays immediately. Nobody gains anything from genuinely AFK'ing, therefore people do not do that on purpose anymore.

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