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Hi everyone! For the past few weeks now I have asked for your opinion on a treaty between Team Edward and Team Jacob to help deal with some of the fighting that happens between the two groups on here. Well, this what you came up with: Tell me what you think!

From day one, it seems as though Jacob and Edward have always been two opposing forces
Even at the end of the day, most would agree that every Twilight fan is one big family. Even though some may prefer one character over the other, we are still connected with one another.
Team Edward or Team Jacob members not make fun of one another.
Team Edward or Team Jacob should not make any rude, insulting, or threatening comments to one another.
Team Edward or Team Jacob members should not post in each other’s forum unless they have something positive to say.
Team Edward and Team Jacob members should respect the opinions and preferences of others.
No team is better than the other. This treaty is designed to pull the teams together, not apart.
Even if one person does not like Team Jacob or Team Edward, they should keep their opinions to themselves and not insult the opposing team.
One team member should not try to change the opinions of the opposing team member.
Don’t hate each other; be polite and sensitive to one another’s point of view.
One team member should not start a hating discussion about the opposing team/ opposing team’s character
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Thanks,
Mandy (Official Team Jacob Captain)

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Comment by Twi-EmmettCullenBreakingTwilight on January 28, 2010 at 4:11pm
Hi Team Jacob Captain,

I agree with this post and agreement 100 percent. I feel we are all part of a big family here. Stephenie Meyers created a story about love, and friendship. In the end we know Bella needed both Edward and Jacob. They would not have triumphed in the end if they didn't work as a team. I joined this Twilight site to get to know many friends from around the world who love the Twilight Saga and become a family. I honestly feel Edward & Jacob complete Bella in their own responsible ways. Edward is the traditional old fashion type of guy we don't get to find anymore in these days, and Jacob happens to be Bella's wild, and excited youth she still has not gotten to experience. So when Edward left in New Moon he gave Bella the opportunity of being a teenager and gave Jacob the opportunity of showing Bella a mortal life. Even though we know Jacob tried so hard Bella's heart was already won by Edward, there was no way Jacob can fix Bella's broken heart. We know if Bella didn't jump from the cliff Alice would not have seen her, and come back to give her the opportunity of finding Edward. However, we also know the reason Bella spent quality time with Jacob was to try to heal her soul from the pain of Edward. Bella was also looking for death defying events just to get the rush of seeing Edward once again so she can feel he did exist in her life. So in my honest opinion Edward & Jacob help complete Bella without them we would not have such a wonderful story. Ildira Peterson now known as Emmett Cullen in Breaking Twilight. Please come and join Edward & Bella's site so we can celebrate Renesmee's Birthday as a family.
Comment by destiny cullen on January 28, 2010 at 11:03am
i like madellyn's idea. someone should form a dif. group. like in the book how bella says she is Switzerland. i am 100% team edward.
Comment by Madellyn on January 28, 2010 at 9:49am
I'm sorry, I really am. But I just can't support this treaty. I am Team Edward, and even though I don't hate Team Jacob, I can't support this treaty. I would never say anything bad about Team Jacob, but one of my favorite things to do is argue with its members on this site. Besides, the point of having different teams is for the teams to oppose one another. You don't have baseball teams so they can agree they're all good players. You ought to try something else, like starting a seperate team where everyone accepts them both in peace.

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