please do me a favour and stop commenting on my entries with meaningless comments, thank you.
there is nothing useful about it, if you spam the same thing on every entry you come across. most of the time, your comments can be generated by using "great", "good", "excellent", "nice" and similar stuff as the first word and "song", "entry", "production", "contribution" as the second word.
if you like a song, just leave a fav on it, thats why we have this functionality. if you have constructive criticism, leave a comment.
dont get me wrong, i usually dont have a problem with people who are just telling me that they like my entry. but your comment spam comes across as copypaste-bullshit and im not able to appreciate an "excellent production" if its literally what you wrote on every other submission as well.
yes, almost all of these entries actually *are* high quality productions and contributions, but theres no need to repeat it on every single entry imo
hello, i gave you a 1-week-parasite ailment for hosting an ohb without being in the irc/discord channel and also abandoning the battle.
for future hostings, pls join the irc or tell us via comment on the battles page, if you cant tally the battle for whatever reason. also make sure to read the rules about hosting in the lyceum to avoid this happening again. thank you!
since you said the language barrier was the main reason for the hosting problems, im gonna remove the ailment early this time.
if you have trouble understanding rules etc again, you can always join the irc chat and ask for help. im sure there will be someone who can help you - even in your native language c:
hey, pls keep in mind to actually listen to entries before u tag them. just applying the same tag to all entries of a battle without checking if they actually fit the label u gave them is not very helpful. example: https://battleofthebits.org/arena/Entry/nothing.mp3/45727/
this entry was tagged "old" by you (like the rest of the battle) even though its literally just a blank file. stuff like this is probably misleading if people are searching for "old" sounding music