Thanos's Guide to Tengaged Charities
2ndJul 21, 2014
- This is in my humble opinion of course...
I'm seeing so many ridiculous "charities" in this era of tengaged so I thought I'd share my opinion of when it is (and when it is NOT) appropriate to hold/claim a charity game along with a few guidelines to boot.
1. Color level charities - In my opinion yellow through brown level should be earned on one's own. It's pretty easy to do so (although it DOES take a little time and effort) and should not require a charity. I've seen so many low-level color charities that it makes me want to throw up a rainbow. "My dark green level charity" - NOPE, "Please join my purple level charity" - NOPE... you get the picture
2. Milestone game charities - These really need to be MAJOR milestone games. 100/200/300/500 etc... OMG my 50th game charity! - NOPE, "who wants to help me with my 20th game charity?" - NOT ME
3. Next are some charity guidelines -
If you are going to hold a charity, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE arrange it ahead of time. Talk to your friends and get their commitment to join. Let them know when and what game so they can be on and ready to join. Please do not join a game and call it your charity and then try to get people to help afterwards. Or even worse, join and call it a charity and expect those who enter to be "required" to help you since you "called it."
No one wants to wait hours for your charity game to fill (especially if it's a frookies) so they can join a normal game. I understand it may take a little time, but it shouldn't take hours if you put a little pre-game planning into it. But I don't have enough friends that will commit to joining my charity game you say? - hmmm probably another reason you're not ready to hold a charity game.
Come on tengaged, stop being lazy and put a little time and effort into your games. You can't just be handed a high color level without a little work of your own.
Please share your comments of support or disagreement with me.
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