Forum game: Rate the "skill" of the player above you

Overall relatively good player. Tends to be a bit on the memey side and relatively easy to underestimate. However, could easily cause a number of mislynches as “town” leader. Isn’t as useful as town though.

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the highest-quality meme on the site


One of the sleeper best readers on the site. When they want to do well they utterly wreck the opposite team. Of course, their play is very inconsistent and they often get metaread as scum for the worst reasons on the planet (ex: trying is a scumtell?).

As a GM, there is only one tip I can give:

Don’t give Margaret VT if you value your setup


I see this shade Geyde. :eyes:

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It’s not just you.

You are just the most current example.

It actually is a scumtell because it accours in most of her games

(When She is scum)

And much less frequently when she is town

Same was with insanity he was catched few times by that meta read

But heres my thing

If I like my class, I actually try

Its just easier not to quit on town if you are scum

It happens less often as town than as scum


not wanting to let you down but I still love NK-aligned prince executing the NK

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Alright we need a new thread

This thread is basically praising people and then some criticized

We need a thread meant for people to actually get criticized

Coming right up



haven’t seen play so idk9also reee necrobump)

“Used to play games but then quit. Overall easy to read player. Doesn’t frequently post viable conversational topics. Good ideas for other stuff tho.”

You werent expecting me, CELESTE

Weird ideas
Weirded execution
Still best girlfriend material on the forums.


Weird as a whole.

Truly a god amongst men.
The best forum player, and moderator on this site without question. You inspire me everyday, and some day I hope to live up to your name. Some may say that your jokes fall flat and that your reads are off from time to time, but it’s all about the ideal. And you set one for all to follow by playing at such a high level that you fold in on your reads in pity for the mere mortals that stand in your presence.