Nakuzami

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The Forgotten Crossroads
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The Underground Leaderboard

Welcome to a new way of winning.

By participating in the Underground Leaderboard, players will be able to compete with one another on a higher level than individual mafia games. The main purpose of the Leaderboard is to promote activity and competition within games, and to provide a more concrete representation of how individual players are doing in the Underground. Players may opt in or out of the Leaderboard by Private Messaging any of gimmepie, Kitty, Nakuzami or Bidoof FTW and requesting to be added or removed from the rankings. Do not post in this thread to do so.

At the end of each game, the Game Master may post in this thread with a summary of the points that were earned for the game. Certain point distributions will be determined by the GM in coordination with the Underground Moderators, or by the Moderators alone.

Leaderboard seasons will be quarterly, meaning they'll each last approximately three months. At the end of the three months, a Champion will be crowned and will receive special benefits until the end of the following season, as well as being added to the Underground Hall of Fame.

Scoring

Participate in a Mafia Game
Win a Game
Achieve a Solo Victory in a Game
GM a Game
Die on Night Zero
Die on N0 Three Times in One Month
Die on N0 in Three Consecutive Games
Begin a Lynch on an Opposing Player**
(As Town) Participate in a Lynch on an Opposing Player
(As Town) NK/DK a Mafia Member or Hostile 3P
Defeat Xehanort
Seduce Xehanort Instead
(As Mafia) NK a Town PR in a Setup with >50% Vanilla Townies
(As Mafia) NK a Town PR in a Setup with <50% Vanilla Townies
Hardclaim a Role that is Not Your Own and Don't Get Caught
Be Removed for Inactivity
Break Specific Game Rules
Break UG/PC Rules
Kill gimmepie (IRL)
5pts
15pts
?pts*
15pts
5pts
50pts
150pts
2pts
1pts
3pts
100pts
1,000pts
2pts
1pt
10pts
-10pts
-15pts
-20pts
1,000,000pts

*Solo Victories will award a variable amount of points depending on the role that they are achieved with. This amount will never be less than the flat rate of 15, with an additional 5 points being added per difficulty rating over 1 star (max 5). You can find more information on the points awarded per solo role here.

**"Beginning" a lynch doesn't necessarily mean being the first one to vote on it (although it can). It could be whoever presents a case that causes others to vote, or someone who began a lynch one day that fails and then occurs again the next day, et cetera. This decision will be left up to the GM, or an outside judge.

Role Specific Achievements

A work in progress. We will be introducing achievements for performing particular actions as specific roles, which will award points for completing these achievements.

The Judges' Panel

The Underground Mods, gimmepie, Kitty, Nakuzami and Bidoof FTW, alongside the GM of each game, will act as judges for each individual player, assigning them scores in different categories. These scores will directly translate into points on the Leaderboard. The categories are as follows:

Scumhunting/Evasion: 0 to 10pts
Salt Levels: Over 9,000
Sportsmanship: -5 to 5pts

"Scumhunting" refers to a player's ability to gather information and seek out players that are Mafia or a hostile Third Party, and how they act accordingly.

"Evasion" refers to the ability of a player that is Mafia or a hostile Third Party to avoid scumhunting tactics and remain undetected.

"Sportsmanship" is a player's ability to remain considerate, polite and level-headed. Some shade here or there is natural for the game and won't easily detract from this score, but becoming overly "salty" or hostile will lead to a loss in points.

"Player Points"

Player Points are a specific number of points that the GM of the game may freely distribute to players as they see fit, either for performing particularly good plays, being active, playing respectfully, or what have you. The GM may distribute these points however they wish; they could give them out evenly among players, or pile them all onto one specific MVP. The amount of points that a GM has available to distribute is equal to twice the number of players in the game (ex. a game with 15 players would allow the GM to distribute 30 points total).

Current Season Standings

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Previous Seasons

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