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All is Brawl has a clear and comprehensive policy of behavior. You can find it under the Home->Site Rules menu.
I. Where can I edit my profile?
- Your profile's edits are done from the 'Me' drop down menu. There you can change your password, edit personal/contact info, change your title, account IDs (Wii FC, Brawl FC, Xbox tag, PSN #), picture, and forum settings. All pictures must be in .jpeg or .jpg format.
II. How does the Rivals feature work?
- A rival is a player who you have faced twice or more in a Singles tournament. Rivals are ordered according to number of games compared with win-loss ratio. A player who beats you often will show up under doozies, and the opposite will show up under breezes. These are auto-generated and cannot be edited.
III. How do I add games to my profile sidebar?
- Click the drop down menu next to 'Me' in the menu bar and select 'Games'. Select the game you would like to add and click 'Install'. Once you are finished editing the game, click 'Update' and then hit 'Done'. Proceed to enjoy your newest installed game!
- Also, now every game has customizable features, like friend codes and character selection. You can go back to the 'My Games' section to edit these options anytime you please.
IV. What are medals, and how do I get them?
- If a tournament is big enough. medals are awarded to the top 4 finishers of each event. Local medals are for tournaments smaller than 64 entrants, regional medals for 64 and up, with national medals being rewarded only to top finishers at events with huge extra-regional participation. First place finishers also receive badges for their efforts.
V. How do I block a User?
- When editing your profile, head to the 'Privacy' tab. Enter the user's names you wish to block and click 'Ignore'. A blocked user cannot see your profile, leave you shoutouts, or send you private messages.
VI. What are titles, and how do I change my title?
- Titles are superscripted above your Smasher Score in the top right hand corner of everyone's profile page. New titles are earned by earning new badges, and can be changed under the 'Fun' tab in the 'Edit Profile' menu.
VII. How can I earn new badges?
- Badges are awarded for a huge variety of achievements across All is Brawl. These include winning tournaments, competing in the Brawl Online Ladder, winning contests, and providing artistic content (in several forms) for All is Brawl. Each badge carries a specific value which adds up to create your 'Smasher Score'.
- Note - badges are to be taken lightly. Should you earn a badge, please be modest and wait for recognition instead of asking a moderator to award the badge.
VIII. What is an alert?
- Alerts are a variety of notices that are received to notify you of a variety of things. Alerts can be found by clicking on the small yellow triangle underneath your login box (this is located above the menu bar, in the top right corner), or under 'Alerts' in the 'Me' drop down menu. If you don't see the triangle, you currently have no new alerts! Once an alert is no longer new, it will disappear in time.
- You receive an alert when:
- A user accepted a friend request you sent.
- You have been given a shoutout.
- A tournament host has updated a tournament you are watching.
- Your blogs, videos, and stages receive comments.
IX. Can I have my name changed? That'd be great.
- Yes. Most forums with the amount of users we have wouldn't allow this, but we think you're special. Remember, however, that we aren't going to do this over and over; try to stick to one name. If you want your name changed, please shoot a PM to one of these fine fellows.
X. How do I change the skin that I view AiB with?
- Click on the "Skin" link on the Edit Profile page. Use the drop down menu to change between the various skins. Each one provides a fresh new visual experience when browsing AllisBrawl. Find the one that most appeals to you!
I. How do I post a topic in a forum?
- To post a new topic in a forum, click the "New Topic" button on the upper left of topic screen. You may need to register before you can post a topic.
II. How do I post a reply in a topic?
- To post a reply in a topic, click the "New Reply" button on the top or bottom left of topic screen. You may need to register before you can post a reply. You can also scroll to the bottom of the page where the quick reply box is available.
- Note that the Quick Reply box doesn't give options to edit text format, add pictures, hyperlink, etc. These options are available when you click "new reply", but in order to use the same things in the quick reply box, you must simply know the code to do so. Here are some commonly used tags (spaces not included for obvious reasons):
- Post an image: [ img ]url[/ img ]
- Hyperlink: [ url=http://... ]text[/ url]
- Bold: [ b ]text[/ b ]
- Italic: [ i ]text[/ i ]
- Underline: [ u ]text [/ u ]
- Strikethrough: [ s ]text[/ s ]
- Text color: [ color=name ]text[/ color ]
- Text size: [ size=number between 1 and 7 ]text[ /size ]
- Text alignment: [ align:center/left/right ]text[/ align ]
III. How do I edit or delete a post?
- Unless you are a board administrator or moderator, you cannot delete posts.
- You can edit a post you made by clicking the "edit" button, however. You will find a small piece of text output below the post when you return to the topic which lists the time and date you edited it. Board administrators and moderators may leave a note as to why they’ve edited the post at their own digression.
IV. How do I add a signature to my post?
- To add a signature to a post you must first create one under Me>Edit Profile>Forum>My Signature. Once created, you can check the "Always show my signature" box to automatically show your sig when making a new post. In the new reply screen under options, you can check or uncheck the "Show my signature" box to hide or show your signature to individual posts.
- Note: your signature does not automatically show when using the Qucik Reply box. However, you can still check the "Show my Signature" box under it on the left very easily.
V. How do I create a poll?
- Any tournament or group owner can add polls to their page through the Edit ____ system; from the Polls section of the edit page, you can create a new poll, archive/edit old polls, or promote a poll to "current" status. Note that only "current" polls will be shown on your pages, though archived polls can still be viewed and voted on from another page.
- Group owners must enable polling from their Edit page before non-members will be able to vote in the poll (or you can keep it off if you only want members to be able to vote).
- All polls are tied to a forum topic for discussing the options. Group owners must enable the group's forum if they want users to be able to discuss the poll in its topic.
VI. How do I edit or delete a poll?
- You can only edit or delete a poll that is not made current. As long as it's archived, simply click 'Edit group details'>Polls and you can edit or delete any polls you have there.
VII. Why can’t I access a forum?
- Some forums may be limited to certain users or groups. To view, read, post or perform another action, you may need special permissions. Contact a moderator or group leader to grant you access.
VIII. Why did I receive a warning?
- Each board administrator has their own set of rules for their site. If you have broken a rule, you may be issued a warning. Rule of thumb: Don't get warned more than once, usually there is not second or third strike.
IX. How can I report posts to a moderator?
- PM a member of the staff.
X. What are Administrators?
- Administrators are members assigned with the highest level of control over the entire board. These members can control all facets of board operation, including setting permissions, banning users, creating usergroups or moderators, etc., dependent upon the board founder and what permissions he or she has given the other administrators. They may also have full moderator capabilities in all forums, depending on the settings put forth by the board founder.
- These members have a Gold Star badge.
XI. What are Super Moderators?
- Super mods can moderate any room on the board. They can edit groups, tournaments, videos (including a video's category), and stages.
- These members have a Silver Star badge.
XII. What are Moderators?
- Moderators are individuals (or groups of individuals) who look after the forums from day to day. They have the authority to edit or delete posts and lock, unlock, move and delete topics in the forum they moderate. Generally, moderators are present to prevent users from going off-topic or posting abusive or offensive material.
- These members have a Bronze Star badge.
XIII. What are chat moderators?
- Chat moderators are individuals (or groups of individuals) who look after the chat from day to day. They have the authority ban/unban members. Generally, chat moderators are present to prevent users from posting abusive or offensive material.
- These members have a Blue Star badge.
XIV. I want to be a moderator! How do I?
- Simple, really. Be a good boy/girl, contribute regularly in areas that you can, and someone will notice you when we need you. Very rarely will a moderator/admin actually let you be a moderator just because you PM'd them asking to be one. In fact, that usually hurts your chances.
I. How do I join the ladder?
- To join the ladder, click "Ladder" in the navigation bar and click on the "join the ladder" button on the right. This also allows you into matchmaking chat.
II. How do I challenge someone?
- Click on their name on the right-hand side of the screen and select challenge.
III. How do I accept or deny a challenge?
- To accept a challenge, click the green envelope that appears in the lower left-hand box. To deny the challenge, click the envelope with the red X over it.
IV. I accepted a challenge, how does a match work?
- Use the private chat to determine a host for the game and add your opponent to your Friend Roster.
- Choose a neutral stage for the first game. The loser may then pick the next stage, so use the private chat to communicate the stage pick. If the loser of the first game wins the second game, then the match comes to a decisive third game, the stage for which is chosen by the loser of the second game.
- Also remember that, in the case of a decisive third match, the winner of the first match can not pick the same stage he or she won on in the first match.
V. What stages are allowed to be played during a challenge?
- You can see the full stage list, as well as all the other rules for ladder matches here.
VI. I accepted a challenge, but now I can’t play! What do I do?
- Click the cancel button in the lower left-hand box. If you file a cancel request within 5 minutes of opening the challenge, the match will be cancelled. If the challenge has been open more than 5 minutes, you will need to explain why you need a cancellation. Do so, and have your opponent do the same.
- If your opponent doesn't agree to cancel after five minutes have passed, it's his match. So make sure you can dedicate the time for a full match, or just play genuinely nice people.
VII. My opponent left without submitting a score! What now?
- Submit the appropriate result, and if they do not report the match, your report will be entered as official within one hour.
VIII. Oh no! My opponent is disputing the results of this match! What’s going to happen?
- First, try to contact your opponent and ask them to report properly, people do make mistakes and choose the wrong winner sometimes. If this fails, then leave a report in the feedback box of your score report. A ladder referee will handle the issue.
- Do not try to take matters into your own hands. This includes harrassing your opponent, mods, or anyone else. We have a team of refs that are dedicated to resolving your conflict within 24 hours or your money back.
IX. I played a match against an opponent! When can I play them again?
- You must wait 24 hours before challenging the same opponent again.
X. I won and my rank didn’t increase very much! Why?
- All is Brawl’s ladder uses the TrueSkill system. Rank increases and decreases are based on two factors, Skill Ranking and Uncertainty value. Read more about it here, and even more here.
XI. Where can I leave feedback about the ladder system, including bug reports and complaints?
I. Whoa, there are a lot of chats here! Which do I use?
- The titles should be pretty self-explanitory. But pick the one you want to use and click it, and you'll be taken there. While in that chat, however, you can navigate to another one by using the drop down menu in the top right corner.
II. What does "My Status" do?
- Using this drop down menu will change your status between "Available", "Away" (red icon by your name), "Ready to Brawl" (green icon), or, in Matchmaking only, "Playing" (blue icon). Use these statuses to let everyone in the chat know what you're up to.
III. Why do some members have bold names?
- A bold name means that user is a staff member of AiB. So listen to them; they can ban you.
IV. What are the chat commands I can use?
- /t "username" message = send a private message to someone (quotes necessary on username for names with spaces)
- /r message = send a reply to last person to send you a private message
- /me text = does an emote (e.g. "/me is cool." = "yourusername is cool.")
- /brawl = prints your brawl friend code
- Note - You can also see this information by clicking on the "HELP" button on the top right corner of chat.
V. How do I check someone's brawl friend code / add my own?
- To find someone else's friend code, click on a member's username on the right hand side to see their avatar, brawl code (if they have one), visit their profile, and access options to send a message or smash them.
- To add your own, go to "Me" -> "Edit Profile" -> "Fun" -> and enter your code where it says "Brawl Friend Code".
VI. How do I change the flag/state next to my name?
- The flag/state is based on your profile information. To change it, go to "Me" -> "Edit Profile" -> "Personal"
VII. I'm worried about getting banned; Is there anything I shouldn't do in particular?
- In general, you shouldn't get banned as long as you use common sense, but here are some particulars:
- Massive spamming (advertisements count)
- Disrupting a tournament chat room
- Not using the appropriate room (social chat in the matchmaking room)
- Other general *******ry and inappropriate content (basically anything we'd object to being posted on the forum).
- We do not ban people for personal reasons, and we generally give warnings before banning.
VIII. I feel that I've been wrongfully banned from chat; who should I contact?
- Generally, you will be warned before being banned, so this issue shouldn't come up often, if at all.
- First you should try to contact the moderator who banned you through a Private Message. Explain that you don't believe the ban was warranted, and state the reasons for your belief. The moderator will respond accordingly. However, if he really is just being a jerk, contact another moderator, calmly explain the situation and who banned you. Past that, don't worry, the ban will wear off after a day.
I. How can I create a group?
- To create a new group click on the down arrow next to the players menu located in the menu tool bar.
- Next, give your group a Name, Description, and Category.
II. What are the features settings of the group, and how do they work?
- These settings are intended to show whether you would like to relate other groups to your own group, or allow certain members of the forum to post or reply to threads with in the group.
- This is followed by Membership. Membership is how a member is can get into a group. They can either be invited into a group (this is found underneath your avatar) or they can find it under the down arrow next to the players menu where browse groups is located.
III. What privacy options do I have?
- You can limit the sections non-members can see when they visit your group's page by clicking on certain checkbox's. you have a choice of either showing members, shoutouts, discussion forum, or not showing anything at all.
IV. What do I do once I have created a group?
- Have fun with your group and invite friends to join in.
- Add Polls (see: Forums FAQ ^that way^) and discuss topics.
V. How do I post a reply in a topic?
- To post a reply in a topic, click the "New Reply" button on the top or bottom left of topic screen.
- Depending on the group, you may have to join in or be invited to post within the group.
VI. How do I edit or delete a post?
- If you are the owner of the group or have issued a moderator to your group, you can edit or delete posts. Normal members, however, cannot.
- You can edit a post by clicking the "edit" button. You will find a small piece of text output below the post when you return to the topic which lists the time and date you edited it.
I. How do I create a tournament?
- On the top menu, click the arrow next to tournament, and then click on new tournament. Fill in the details, create it, and your tournament will be listed for the world to see!
II. I made a tournament, but there's no place to post the rules! Where do I put them?
- You'll need to create the tournament, then go back to the tournament page, and click edit tournament details. From there, you can add the rules in the rules section.
III. How do I add a poll to my tournament?
- Go to the tournament page, and click on edit tournament. From there, go to the polls tab and add one!
IV. How do I add a picture to my tournament?
- Go to the tournament page, and click on edit tournament. From there, click on the picture tab. You can upload only .jpg images.
V. I'm getting help with my tournament, how do I add additional hosts or give myself an awesome title?
- After creating your tournament, go to the tournament page and click on edit tournament. From there, click on the Hosts tab. You can add a new host with whatever title you want, and if you want to change your title, click on the edit button next to your name on the hosts list.
VI. I want to discuss my new tournament with other users, how can I do that?
- You can post either in the shout outs (which is on the the tournament page) or in the Tournament Dojo. A post in the shoutouts will end up in the Dojo, and vice-versa, which makes it easy for users who prefer either method of discussion to communicate with each other.
VII. I've created a tournament, now where should I hold it?
- If your tournament is a real life, local tournament, you should look for a venue that supports it and include all of the information about the venue in the venue section of your tournament details.
- However, if you are going to be hosting a tournament online, All is Brawl has 4 different tournament chat rooms to support your venue needs. Make sure your chat room/time isn't already being used by another tournament by searching through the Online ones the same day in the tournament search bar.
VIII. What program should I use to run my tournament?
- You should use tio, which you can download here. Tio files are the only type accepted for results on All is Brawl.
IX. I just opened tio, how does it work?
- Click on Help, then Tutorials. Run each of the tutorials. These tutorials cover everything you need to know on how to operate tio.
X. Okay, but I have more than just one event in the same tournament. What do I do?
- AiB will only be able to process one .tio file per tournament. So if you have more than one event/bracket for the same tournament, be sure to set them as separate events in the same .tio file.
XI. I want to become a better tournament host! What should I learn?
- You should review this topic. For that matter, review all the stickied topics in Hosting Discussion. Speak to more experienced hosts, or just post in the Tournament Discussion forum. Most will be glad to help you.
XII. I ran my tournament! How do I upload my results?
- Return to your tournament page, and click upload results. Make sure to upload the complete .tio file, and nothing else.
XIII. I uploaded my tournament. How do the winners get their medals?
- Once your results are processed by a tournament administrator, you will receive a message that you can process your results. Go to your tournament page, and click on "process results".
- From this page, you can link each player in your tournament to their AiB account. Do so, and once they confirm your request, their results will appear on their profile along with any medals they've earned.
- Remember, however, that we do not give medals to every tournament. Generally, we go by the rule that your tournament has to be "big enough" to receive medals. This is to avoid 4-person tournaments (so everyone gets a medal), and also tournaments making fake players to boost the attendance to a set number. Regardless, your placing will still be present on your profile, you just may not get a shiny medal to go with it.
XIV. There was a problem with my tournament upload! Who can I talk to about this?
- First, check this topic. If none of those tips resolve your issue, send a message to the tournament administrator who handled your tournament (the guy who sent you a message saying your results were complete).
XV. How do I create a series?
- On the tournament tab along the top menu, click the arrow down, and select new series. Fill in all the information and click create series. You can then add tournaments to your series by going back to the series page, and clicking edit series details. Go to the tournament tab, and enter any and all tournaments you wish to add to your series.
I. What is the video library?
- The All is Brawl video library is a tool for organizing Smash videos much more effectively than Youtube or other video sites. You're welcome.
II. Can I upload videos?
- Anyone can add videos to the library, regardless of whether they uploaded it originally (though we request you leave the addition of new videos to the video creators).
- However, we do not store the videos to our own server, or we'd run out of room and money. Any video you wish to upload to our video library must already be uploaded to Youtube.
III. Alright, how do I upload a video then?
- See that nifty navigation bar at the top of the page beneath the cool-looking "AllisBrawl" banner with Dedede and everyone else? Okay, there's a "Videos" link. Click that.
- Now, click the "Add a video" link you find.
- Here, you'll find two separate links- one for a single video, and one for multiple videos. Regardless of which you choose, the way you upload the video will remain the same. For now, I'll assume you clicked "Single".
- If you click "Single", you'll now choose what game this video is associated with: Brawl, Melee, 64 or "Various". This is a smash-related site, however, your video does not have to be the same. If it isn't from one of these games, pick "Various".
- Click the bubble next to whatever description applies to your video and click "Continue" in the bottom right.
- Here's where you need your Youtube video link. Copy and paste it into the bar at the top, then click anywhere in the bar or box below. Watch as AiB magically fills it out with all of the info from its Youtube page! You can leave it as is or edit it (again, we advise that if this video is not yours, you give credit to the person who made it to avoid conflict).
- Once your video is chosen, scroll down to find the rest of the form to fill out. Pick whatever "Video Type" applies. If you have an alternate link from which someone may download your video, go ahead and post it (this is optional). Then, if your video is in fact Smash-related, type in the amount of players that are involved, their names and the characters they used. This info will make tags for other AiB members to find while searching.
- Click "Continue" and you video is now posted for everyone to see!
IV. What if I have a group of videos I want posted?
- When you select the "Multiple Videos" link instead of "Single", the screen you'll be taken to won't look any different than if you had clicked "Single". Pick what game your video is from, or "Various", select what type of video it is, then click "Continue".
- Now you'll get to decide your album's title and description before you even upload a video. When you click "Continue", your album will be made and ready to have videos added.
- You do not need an album to post a video. The album feature is simply to group alike videos together (i.e. videos from the same tournament or match).
- Now, when adding your videos to the album, it's the exact same process as if it were a single video, just multiple times. At any point later, however, you can return to your album and edit, add or delete videos in it by clicking on your album's link from your profile (or just searching for it with the video searchbar) and using the links in the sidebar at the right. You can also merge your album with another album using this sidebar.
V. But when I tried to enter my Youtube link, the info didn't show up.
- This could be due to a few different reasons:
- Your link is wrong. Make sure you typed it in correctly, and that it is, indeed, a Youtube link. We can't use any other video site for this feature.
- The video you're trying to upload has already been uploaded (there should be a bright red notice that appears if this is the case). If this is the case, and this video is indeed YOUR video, contact a moderator to resolve the problem. Do not find the person who posted your video and flame them, as this will most definitely make the moderators much less inclined to actually help you out.
- You will sometimes be unable to add videos to the library that were uploaded to Youtube within the past 24 hours. This is because Youtube doesn't fully publish the video for some time after the initial upload. Just be patient, not our fault.
VI. What all am I allowed to upload? Are there any restrictions?
- Basically, you can upload anything. It doesn't have to relate to Smash, or even videogames in general. Just make sure to put it into the right category.
- Since your video has to make it through the Youtube filter, we're pretty confident it won't have anything too distasteful in it, either. Still, the admins are allowed to delete your video if there's really something in it offensive in it to generate complaints, so just don't do anything stupid.
VII. How can I find videos?
- On the navigation bar, there's a little arrow by the "Videos" link. Click that to get the videos drop down menu. You can click "New Videos" to look at the most recently posted vids from all the members of AiB, or click "Search", which will take you to a search bar where you can type in what you're looking for and select which category you're trying to find it in.
- Alternatively, if you know who uploaded the video, you can simply use the video section of their profile to find it. It will be on the left side of their profile.
VIII. What is the Videos section of the forums for?
- When you upload a video, a topic will automatically be created in the corresponding forum for people to see. This is where all the shoutouts for your video are stored.
IX. How do I get my replays to my computer?
- Contrary to common belief, you can't take the replay files from your SD card through an SD reader. Those files are simply sets of instructions for your Wii to recreate the match you played. Your computer cannot do anything with these files.
- You need to get some sort of capturing device; connect your Wii/TV to your computer or a video camera, basically. For more information, visit your local electronics shop. You'll have to buy something in the end anyway.
X. Can I embed my video on my profile page?
- You can not embed videos onto your profile. Sorry. It's not
really needed; this isn't myspace. You already have a free section to
put in images and links, so if you have a really cool video that
someone should see, just put a big, bold link to it, or an image of the
video with a link attached. You can deal with it.
XI. Anything else I need to know?
- You tell us. If you have any further questions, feel free to post in the Video Discussion Forum where your question will gladly be answered by either a moderator or one of your fellow AiB members.
I. What is stadium mode?
- Stadium Mode is the general term used for One Player mode. Even though Stadium technically extends to only Target Smash, Home Run Contest, etc, we simply group it all together for conveience.
II. How do I add my own scores to stadium?
- Click on the arrow to the right of "Stadium" in the navigation bar atop All is Brawl and a small drop box will be revealed. Choose "Edit scores" in this box.
- Enter your scores in the correct boxes. (Mario's score would go in the box to the right of Mario)
- When you've added all the scores you want, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the button "Save scorse."
- Note: If you don't click on the page outside of the boxes after you added a score, you may need to save your records twice.
III. How do I edit more than just Break the Targets - Level 1 Easy?
- Look above the character score input field and you'll see some drop boxes. They read "SSB brawl - Break the Targets - Level 1 Easy." Alter the content in these boxes by simply clicking the arrow and revealing the list. Choose which mode you wish to edit scores for and it will appear.
- Remember to be absolutely sure you're editing scores for the right mode.
IV. Editing scores is nice, but is there anywhere I can discuss the modes I like to play?
- Certainly. There's an entire portion of the forum dedicated to stadium. The most important topics are stickied to the top of the page for your convenience.
V. I see that people have their videos on the score pages. Can I get mine there?
- Yes. Next to the score input field you'll see a small video icon. Click that and place a YouTube link inside. Click save when you're finished.
VI. I think someone is lying about their records! How do I report them?
- Our stadium moderators check the lists a few times a week for any kinks in the system, but if you're absolutely sure that someone is lying (and I want to stress this. Only do this in emergencies) about their score, contact one of the stadium moderators. The most active moderators are as followed:
- You may also send a message to Nintendude1189, but the users above will be able to provide a response within 24-48 hours.
- Other people are qualified to handle these situations, but the above people can help you within the next 24 hours (48 in rarer circumstances) of your message being sent.
- Do not send the same message to every moderator. One will do just fine.
VII. How do I get... (Stadium Badges)
- Win An All is Brawl weekly stadium competition. Click here for the details.
- This badge has no exact requirements. Just hang around/contribute/frolic/whatever. Moderators will hand this badge out as they see fit. Don't ask for it.
- 1. Enter the score(s) into the All-Star rankings so we can see
that your total meets or exceeds 999,999,999 (since this site will
calculate past the maximum)
- 2. Provide proof that your total, as shown in the game, is 999,999,999.
- Note: Patient really should be for maxing out the total high score, not
a single character. The badge description doesn't actually specify but
it implies that you need it for a single character.
- 1. Enter all scores into the HRC rankings so we can see that your total high score meets or exceeds 100k.
- 2. Provide proof of the total high score.
- Classic - Target Smash (1-5) - Home Run Contest - Multi-Man - Boss Battles
- These badges are not easy to obtain. You must provide proof for every one of your records. A moderator must hand these badges out, so you can't quickly enter scores into the database for a free badge.
- Your scores must be entered into the portal
before we consider giving you the badge. Badges are given as rewards
for those who accomplish certain limits ON All is Brawl, nowhere else.
If you feel you've earned a badge, post your request and proof in this thread.
- There is a badge called "World Record Holder." We are not giving
this out yet due to records easily being broken. The Brawl records are
slowly becoming more difficult to break, so stick around and we might
just start giving it out one day!
- Stadium badges are not given out automatically. Attempting to cheat the system for quick badges will result in trouble.
- In most cases a King Badge will double for both Brawl and Melee.
VIII. If I have a king badge, then lose first place, can I still keep my badge?
- Yes. The description of the badges read "holds or held." That means that once you have it, you can never lose it. But if you cheated and it's found out at a later date, you will lose the badge.
IX. I have a great idea that I would like added to stadium. Where can my voice be heard?
- Take your idea to to the Site Feedback forum. You can find it here.
X. Why were my scores deleted from the database?
- Your scores were likely deleted from the database because they were thought to be impossible.
- Your score will never be deleted without a chance to prove your innocence. If you ignore this message then they have no choice. Most moderators will give you one week + a small extension if you request it. You will be given a smaller time frame (unless requested)
if your scores are world record material. We can't have potential liars
clogging the list.
- Remember that if you ignore a moderator's message completely, your
punishment will almost always result in a permanent ban. You can appeal
to this, but only if you're willing to admit fault or provide proof for
the scores that you claimed. This may seem a bit harsh, but we don't
I. How do I upload a stage?
- Make a stage in Brawl. Select "Save to SD Card". Remove the SD card from your Wii and place it in your computer or a card reader connected to your computer.
- To upload a stage, click on the drop-down menu under the Stages tab on the front page and select "upload a stage". Press the Choose File button. Go to the SD card. Select Private-->Wii--> app--> RSBE--> st. This will take you to a list of your stages.
- Since you cannot see which stages are which, I recommend only saving the ones you want to upload to the SD card. Write some comments about the stage in the respective box.
- Once you select Submit, you will be taken to a Preview screen. It will automaticaly retrieve the Size, Style, and Music as well as take a snapshot of the stage. Once you select to add the stage, it will upload it to the site and automaticaly make a topic in the Stage Library and put it on your profile.
II. How do I download stages?
- To download a stage, click on the Stages tab towards the left of the top banner. You will be taken to a list of every stage that has been uploaded to the site.
- You can choose to order them by Post Date, Title, Rating, and number of Downloads, or you can search for the name of the stage. Click on the stage you wish to download.
- Altertatively, If you see a stage you like on someone's profile you could click on it and download it from their.
- Make sure your SD card is in the computer, and click on the Download button. Click Save, go to the SD card, and select Private-->Wii--> app--> RSBE--> st, and save it in that folder.
- Now insert the SD card into your Wii. Startup Brawl, go to Stages, and select SD card. Your new stage should now be there!
III. Where can I discuss stage building with fellow members?
- You can discuss anything about stage building in AllisBrawl's Construction Zone!
IV. What are Featured Stages?
- Featured stages are stages that are chosen by AllisBrawl staff members. These stages are usually original and fun ideas. If your stage is featured, it will be shown on the front page and you will be awarded the Featured Builder badge.
I. What are badges?
- Badges are a simple way to reward members for doing good OR bad actions on the website. An example would be giving the aib staff an suggestion, you would then receive a suggestive badge. You can have a look at all of them here. Its just a fun way to give the community thanks.
II. What is my 'Smasher Score'?
- Every badge have a certain amount of points. Your smasher score is the 'S' shaped symbol on your profile it represents have many points you have from your badges. If your a new member and you vote you will then gain a voter badge for 50 points, now your smasher score is 50 points.
III. I have X friends, and I don't have the X friends badge. Can you give it to me?
- No, like some other badges, that one is distributed automatically by the site, and you actually need X+1 friends, so hang in there.
IV. Canz I has badges plz?
- Asking this=bad idea. The last thing you want to do is ask for a badge as this will lower your chances. DO NOT ask a mod to feature that or feature this. You will be recognized for your deed, just be patient there is a lot of members on this site and we are trying our best.
V. But how can I tell which badges should be given by a moderator and which should be given automatically?
plays with balls
big on balls
god of balls
local legend of wreckage
six degrees of smash
kind of a big deal
maybe TOO popular
five for fighting
needs a recount
featured group owner
host of the month
screwed up smasher
jack of all trade
suggestive chatter box
boss battle king
home run king
target smash king
VI. What are Beachballs?
- Beachballs are an item on this site that you can pass to anyone by going to your 'Me' Page and clicking on the beachball to 'pass it on'. You can also go to the 'Fun' page then beachballs to ask your peers for a pass. They don't do anything important so have fun with them.
- Be sure to pass it soon, though. After a certain amount of time, the beachball could just be dropped, and you don't get to pass it to anyone (meaning certain badges aren't earned).
VII. What can I gain from beachballs?
- You can gain smasher points for passing 1,5,10,25 or 50 beachballs or gain the selfless badge by giving one away to someone who never hit a beachball before.
VIII. Can I suggest an idea for the next beachball?
- Yup. Just go here and add an image to your suggestion.
IX. What is a blog?
- Anyone on the internet should know what a blog is :P It's a simply was to express your feelings,mood, situations,jokes or start a competitive smash argument. You can start one by going to your profile then 'my blogs' to 'new entry'. Also blogs can be featured.
X. So I can write ANYTHING in my blog?
- Yeah you can. Its a freedom of speech, but anything offensive will be taken down and you might get banned for excessive and continuous insubordination. So be careful when trying to get your points across.
XI. Can I delete blogs?
- Yes. Go to my blogs, then delete and edit to your will.