hey wow marco you decided on some rules well done only took you FOREVER Rules Of The Debate Each participant presents their case either for or against the debate topic. Once you submit your case, you cannot change sides. Participants then debate with other users who have presented their cases. The debate will last for 2 weeks - at the end of the 2-week period, a voting thread will open, where users vote for the member they think presented the strongest argument. It doesn’t matter if everyone presents the same side - vote for whoever you think made the most compelling points. Please be civil - any users seen being abusive or insulting to other members will be disqualified. In the interest of including as many users as possible and reducing textwalls, a word limit of sorts is being put in place. Participants have an upper limit of 30 lines of text (based on how long 30 lines is when you draft the post on the forum), excluding paragraph breaks and quotes from other members, for each post in the debate. Some flexibility re: half-full lines will be given, but any posts that significantly exceed this limit will be chopped by the debate moderator (@Marco Polo ) at 30 lines. Writing style is your choice - you can either bullet point or use continuous prose. Just keep it below the limit, thanks. There is no post limit - feel free to go back and forth as much as you want (within the word limit, please). That being said, no multiposting to get around the word limit. Not that I'd have to remind anyone on here but no plagiarism, please. All arguments should be the user's own. We'll see how these rules play out, but for now it's DEBATE time! Here's the topic: "The World Government have done more Good than Bad for the World of One Piece" Okay, now... Let's Debate!