2020 Super League - Ultimate Full Year

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Re: 2020 Super League - Ultimate Full Year

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February: replace Peter Rabbit with Trolls.

March: replace Peter Rabbit with Trolls.
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Dropping The Hunt for Never, Rarely, Sometimes Always in Round 1.

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R 2: Drop Quiet Place 2 and Bloodshot and Trolls World Tour

Pick up.....
Mulan, Bad Trip, and Slay the Dragon

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R3: Drop A Quiet Place 2 and Woman in the Window.

Pick up Trolls and Scoob

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Oh just forget it :D

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Re: 2020 Super League - Ultimate Full Year

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Guys, in ALL FREAKING SERIOUSNESS...

Should we even continue?

Should we suspend the Super Leagues until this madness blows over?

How about the Full Year Draft league?

I know some of you have weighed in on the Date Changes thread, but let's get your thoughts.

I WANT ALL OPINIONS. NOW.
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I commented in the other thread but I'll give my 2c.

I think we should suspend Supers for sure. Within a week we've seen: No Time to Die, Mulan, New Mutants, Peter Rabbit 2, A Quiet Place 2, F9, The Lovebirds, etc. all move. More will likely follow for as long as the coronavirus is spreading.

People who had those films don't even have enough options to replace them within the window of the game because everything big (except for Trolls 2 for some reason) has moved out of March-April. They essentially lose by default. And this is without factoring in the potential closure of theaters. It just messes too much up.

For the FY Draft, we can play that by ear and see if things normalize by the end of April. Otherwise, I wouldn't be opposed to doing a June to May draft as a one time thing (or whenever this normalizes).

There's just way too many moving pieces and too much uncertainty right now for the games to work well.

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i do agree on the supers, there's nothing left to pick, and i wouldnt be shocked if theaters arent going to be ending up closed soon.


play the full year draft by ear too, start the season as regular if black widow comes out on may 1st, if not, we start whenever films start being released again and we'll just have a shortened season for this next year

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I agree with Spectre.

Super leagues are a write-off

By end of April we'll have a sense of how this is all playing out for the yearly draft and things might be better. We'll see.

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Just in case the leagues keep going :D

JANUARY - MARCH LEAGUES (updated)

The Gentlemen, $9
Birds of Prey, $34
Downhill, $4
Emma, $4
Call of the Wild, $18
Wendy, $4
I Still Believe, $12
Never Rarely Sometimes Always, $3

TOTAL: $88


FEBRUARY - APRIL LEAGUES (updated)

Sonic the Hedgehog, $20
Emma, $4
Onward, $41
Never Rarely Sometimes Always, $3
I Still Believe, $11
Sometimes Always Never, $3
Antebellum, $4
Bad Trip, $4

TOTAL: $90


MARCH - MAY LEAGUES

I Still Believe, $10
Never Rarely Sometimes Always, $3
Trolls: World Tour, $19
My Spy, $7
Promising Young Woman, $5
Antebellum, $8
Black Widow, $44
Irresistible, $3

TOTAL: $99
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Re: 2020 Super League - Ultimate Full Year

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Shrykespeare wrote:
March 12th, 2020, 8:00 pm
I WANT ALL OPINIONS. NOW.
I would let these open leagues finish, but avoid starting new ones (i.e. the April-June for starters). Take until the end of the month to decide.
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Re: 2020 Super League - Ultimate Full Year

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I agree with what's been said, stopping the Supers for now is a no-brainer.
The FY draft still on course is gonna come to an end soon, and the next one is more than a month away, we still have time to decide on that.
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Re: 2020 Super League - Ultimate Full Year

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Spectre wrote:
March 12th, 2020, 9:27 pm
I commented in the other thread but I'll give my 2c.

I think we should suspend Supers for sure. Within a week we've seen: No Time to Die, Mulan, New Mutants, Peter Rabbit 2, A Quiet Place 2, F9, The Lovebirds, etc. all move. More will likely follow for as long as the coronavirus is spreading.

People who had those films don't even have enough options to replace them within the window of the game because everything big (except for Trolls 2 for some reason) has moved out of March-April. They essentially lose by default. And this is without factoring in the potential closure of theaters. It just messes too much up.

For the FY Draft, we can play that by ear and see if things normalize by the end of April. Otherwise, I wouldn't be opposed to doing a June to May draft as a one time thing (or whenever this normalizes).

There's just way too many moving pieces and too much uncertainty right now for the games to work well.
Agreed. This is really the only way to go about it.
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