I’m sorry you’re experiencing those issues locally. That doesn’t sound like much fun for anyone. From reading what you mentioned, I can’t help but think:...be it Flurry or marshals actually enforcing the rules regarding clearly stating damage before striking...
• There’s already a recognized rule in place to prevent this issue.
• Marshals don’t appear to be enforcing the rule.
• Creating a new rule won’t change anything, unless that new rule is learned and then subsequently enforced. Having a Flurry rule won’t matter if no one follows it either.
• If rules enforcement is the core issue, why make new rules instead of addressing the root cause?
The situation honestly sounds like it’s leaning more towards being a culture issue than a rules issue. Rules don’t change culture, unfortunately. Some of the biggest influencing factors on culture are awareness, and people visibly demonstrating positive, responsible player behavior. It feels like addressing these cultural issues would correct the shot spamming problems people may be experiencing, along with providing other collateral benefits. Hopefully that’s helpful!