Whether you cannot or will not is more so your issue than something an unrelated suspect test needs to address. Suspect tests are about whatever metagame we're playing, even if you don't like it or can't really play it.It keeps coming up because this argument hinges on forcing everyone to compartmentalize Tera when many in the community either cannot or will not do that. Functionally, base Bloodmoon and Tera Poison / Water / Fightin Bloodmoon are different mons. They have different counterplay, different typing, and different STABs.
correction: 59% pro action, which is very different. Banning wasnt even the most popular choice if pro action had won, and it did not have the majority vs no action, which had to fight vs multiple options and still won.A 59% pro-ban majority should not be taken lightly. Let’s refrain from calling 41% of the player base a “silent majority.” That is not any kind of majority. Just because something falls short of ban by razor thin margin of a supermajority does not mean most people think it is “okay.” The contrary. Last suspect Kingambit is now at 50% usage despite 55% of qualified voters deeming it broken. And people wonder why this tier is a mess.
idc about the kingambit opinions, I don't like the mon either but its just proving my point that you cant just act like things are guaranteed bans and rely on that assumption for suspect tests, only the now. Tera is legal and a part of the game now, bm is broken and tera is one of the things it abuses, bm is broken