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  1. Should probably make a ticket about it here instead of asking about it here.
  2. No new musics in over a year? This needs to change! John Cale & Brian Eno - Spinning Away
  3. I don't think TF2 is dying. I mean sure, it's not what is used to be but I think it's still doing rather well at the moment, especially for a 13 year old game. There is a new community created update project going on called creators.tf. You could check that out. (I haven't tried it out myself but I've heard some good things about it.) There's also a lot of community created gamemodes and even a community created MvM campaign called potato.tf. When casual became boring for me I started focusing more on the competitive side of TF2 which really breathed new life to the game for me.
  4. It works fine for me. The stun duration is just very short so it may be hard to notice. I recommend only getting the first tick since the other levels wont affect the stun lenght making them not so useful.
  5. :murr: (It's an APNG) Murr!
  6. Murr!

  7. I don't see what's bad about not being able to leave this type of raffle. People entering it would know that when they click the button they will either win the items or they don't. It would be like entering a raffle that hits max participants or when the timer is just about to stop. And when it comes to your second point, how is that a bad thing? My entire point was to suggest a raffle type that ends when someone gets lucky rather than the winner being selected at the end of the raffle. Yes, it could be 1 minute or it could be 5 hours. The only reason I suggested a time limit was to prevent the raffle page from getting cluttered with old raffles in case no one happens to win them. When the time limit stops the item would be returned to the raffler. It could be something like 1-3 days. I don't see how this version of raffles is any more "disappointing" than regular type raffles. The only difference is you'll know if you won instantly and not when the raffle timer ends. You could say the same thing about raffles with 1000 participant limit. I guess that's a good point but people could do the same thing with regular raffles too in an attempt to maximize their winning chances. I guess instantly knowing if you wont might encourage that though.
  8. Hello! ❤️ I talked about this idea in the chat before but I thought I should put it here too. So basically I wanted to suggest an alternate raffle type where the user has a chance to win the raffle instantly when they click the join button rather than the winner being selected when the timer ends. The raffler would be able to set the winning chance within certain limits set by the site. The raffles could still have a time limit to prevent some raffles from staying on an absurd amount of time in case nobody gets lucky.
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