[quote="manontherun":3ifawsp1]when I delete the "always" condition and leave the field blank, it doesn't do anything to the event, and when I run it, it works exactly the same either way.[/quote:3ifawsp1]
on the Wiki:
It is possible to remove all conditions from an event so it has an empty condition area. In this case, it means the same as Always: whenever this event is evaluated, it immediately runs the actions and tests the subevents. This can be useful if you have an event with lots of subevents, and you want actions to be run after all the subevents have been tested. [/quote:3ifawsp1]
It's worth mentioning putting an event as a subevent to an empty Always (or blank) event has no effect, because the parent event does nothing.