Wanna take me to dinner?
No no no no no no! You need to know which player is playing which character before you vote! Right, try this.
There is a player on EB called Dragons-are-awesome. He is playing the character called Bob. Nobody know this. This means dragon-slayer, another character, cannot vote for him, as he does not know his character.
Nor can Dragons-are-awesome vote for Ragnir, another character, as he does not know who is playing that character.
For dragon-slayer to be able to vote for Dragons-are-awesome, he must first find out what character he is playing, or vice versa. Therefore when Dragons-are-awesome finds out that dragon-slayer is playing the character of Mark the dragonslayer, he can vote for him, but dragon-slayer cannot vote back.
So basically, to vote for someone, you have to be able to say Vote: dragon-slayer (Mark the dragonslayer). You cannot just say Vote: dragon-slayer or Vote: Mark the dragonslayer, as you need to know who he is playing/who is playing the character.
Get it? That is what I've been saying all along... I think...
You know I'm just as cnfused as you are, but lets go with that shall we.