If you're confused as to what all of this is about, I would recommend you check out the following threads -
Once again, the long story short of it is that I put forward a suggestion to remove the Compendium and let everyone roleplay any champion they wish because of reasons stated in the OP of the linked thread. The suggestion gathered some support but also some opponents. Moreover, an idea emerged of creating Sub-Boards to host both a Compendium and CompendiumLESS version of the boards and gathered some support on its' own.
The first part of the voting on this issue already took place. Check out the second post to see exactly how that turned out but the long story short is that we had a vote on whether we want to abolish the Compendium or keep things as they are now - neither side gained a large enough majority to win, so now the choice is between keeping things as they are once again or implementing the third idea of Sub-Boards. An option will need a two-thirds majority, or 66% of the votes, to win. The voting period will last for 2 weeks, until Friday the 22nd of February 00:00 GMT.
Now, to give a further explanation of the two choices in this vote:
1. Sub-Boards - The implementation of Sub-Boards would entail creating two sub-forums in the Roleplaying board. One would host the current boards as they are, Compendium and all, whilst the other would have no restrictions on Champion Roleplaying. The Forum Wardens have confirmed that this is possible on the technical/programming side.
2. Keeping things as they are - This option would entail simply keeping things the way they are as of now, with the Compendium and one person per champion rule enforced by the Forum Wardens.
In order to vote, please select one of the options in the roll and then comment what your vote was on this thread - for example, "I vote for option 1". This is necessary to ensure that no voter fraud is taking place. Please do not make any other comments on this thread until the voting has concluded, as it will cause clutter and make it more difficult to keep track of the votes.