All stages have been completed. The voting points distribution and the result are presented below.
With 1 vote and 3 points ahead, the winner is ...
- Publication date
- Last update date
- Time for argument
- One week
- Voting system
- Open voting
- Voting period
- One month
- Point system
- Four points
- Rating mode
- Characters per argument
In round 1, I will waive and accepter will post a debate topic. I will decide pro/con for myself and argue that side, opponent will argue the other side.
Burden of proof is shared.
The debate will be judged as follows.
Throughout the debate, we will try to "Steal" the opponent's argument from under their nose. This can involve sneakily making them drop points, or convert the points over to your own. The more you steal, the better off you are. Voters are to judge based on impacts of arguments and validity/soundness of them. You may reveal that you stole the arguments at any point, and the opponent may try to refute as usual. Of course, you can try making as little argument as you can, in order to avoid losing the Heist battle.
However, the main argument points (whose argument was better) is still worth 3 points. Sources is now about who won the Heist, rather than whose sources were better. If you must vote on sources, allocate that to Legibility instead, because Legibility is not often used.
I think that will spoil too much to even answer.
I also have a very unusual take/taste because I think the Professor and his half-brother (this is an indirect spoiler, you don't know his brother is his brother at first) are not good/benevolent overall (professor is more good than his brother) and enjoy the series more when most dislike it I am quite sure.
How's the show season by season? Sorry for irrelevant engagement in a debate comment box.
I keep forgetting to watch that show... Maybe on my upcoming short break between jobs I'll binge it.
Interesting. This looks entertaining.