How to do things write -- 101 Pr0 Tipz 4 RDG Jun 7, 2012 13:39:15 GMT -5 Blood stained bunny, Evil Queen Jurie, and 4 more like this
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How to do things write -- 101 Pr0 Tipz 4 RDG
By Trinny and Kit and GC
So you want to be a pro RDG player, eh? Well, friends, now you can get the assistance you need in 101 easy to follow steps! No dedication or experience necessary! And as usual... Don't. Question. ANYTHING!
1) Start with always using one line posts to convince people you are right.
2) After that, say that someone is a wolf but that you really don't have time to post why they are one... Even though you're posting now anyway.
3) But you will explain later.
4) Never explain later.
5) Then after voting on people other than who you named as wolf: Provide a short, senseless explanation despite completing steps 2-4.
6) Then... IMMEDIATELY DROP YOUR ARGUMENT AND BANDWAGON ON SOMEONE THE FIRST CHANCE YOU GET.
7) Even though you were active in the previous round, skip the next one for no reason.
8) Still vote though. Here you have some freedom of expression. You can just list who you voted for, or Ninja vote if you must. +1 Degree
9) Another variation of this strategy is to state who you are voting for and then either a) vote for someone else or b) 'forget' to vote. This will create confusion in the other players, thus making it a better wolf catching environment.
10) Always, ALWAYS change your votes as many times as you can during a round to nurture said environment.
11) Gifs are always appropriate defenses. Cat gifs are especially effective.
12) TL;DR is a valid response to long posts. Don't be afraid to let those Paragraph Nazis know you don't care.
13) The more insulting you are, the better. If you are an irrefutable My Love, nobody will be able to refute your theory either.
14) Quoting a giant post in it's entirety will make your post longer and seem smarter. Especially if you are only responding to one line of it.
15) Never let them know which line you are responding to. They wrote the novel, let them figure it out.
16) Youtube music videos are appropriate during any part of the round or hanging.
17) Never modify. Always double post. Triple, even, if you can manage. Boost that page number up because you know how people love to fish through pages and pages of information.
18) To help your page boosting, post about things unrelated to the game or in real life that happened to you.
19) Particularly if it affects your ability to perform. Never be afraid to pretend that real life is an obstacle.
20) Always stay true to your crackpot theories. Stick to your guns no matter what legitimate evidence presents itself. Never. Back. Down. NEVER SURRENDER.
21) It's always okay to vote for someone due to inactivity within the first half of the round. What are time zones?
22) Pester GMs about petty in game arguments, and NEVER leave your feelings from the game, in the game. If you let them discredit you there, then you discredit them everywhere else.
23) Everything the GM says is a hint. Everything. Especially Gallows, no exceptions.
24) Never read the game rules. This makes you look like a newbie. You don't want to look like a newbie, do you?
25) Always ask when the next game starts. It is best to do so in the Bob chat, or the General thread. Heck, even the introductions thread is not off limits here!
26) If your thread goes unanswered, private message a GM. If this goes unanswered, PM all the GMs multiple times.
27) When in doubt, hang the smart newb.
28) If they were a wolf last game, they can not possibly be a wolf this game. Trust them. Completely.
29) Piss off the GM whenever possible. They won't respect you if you don't show them you are a badass.
30) In fact, don't let anybody push you around with their "theories" or "evidence or "opinions", it's the only way to earn their respect.
31) Every vote against you is personal. How could they possibly think you're a wolf?
32) Never ever vote against your friends under any circumstances. They couldn't possibly fool you, anyway. Right?
33) Should your friends vote you, revoke said friendship immediately.
34) When drunk, always reveal that you're the wolf as soon as possible. Most effective when speaking to female players.
35) In games with owls, pursue them immediately and reveal their identity ASAP. If they have nothing to hide, why stay hidden?
36) Games are always special unless stated otherwise. Even then, it's still special.
37) Never listen to the GMs. They're always lying, wrong, or unfair; unless it's something helpful to you!
38) If you're dead, it's okay to talk to the living about the game. Rules? What rules? (See rule 24).
39) You're also free to post in the actual rounds as much as you want. The Dead Chat is really just there for show.
40) You're allowed to give the dead chat password to anyone. Tell your friends! Spam it in the Bob Chat as well, for good measure.
41) Always suicide vote. This absolutely proves your innocence.
42) It's okay to tell everyone you're the wolf. If you are, everyone will think you're just joking.
43) Change your display name to something wolf related. This helps you show innocence.
44) You may also wish to use illegible symbols or ASCII characters.
45) Flip on the invisible setting once the game starts.
46) Always ask Kuro to be a traitor bunny for you via PM. He loves doing that job, and has no inhibitions AT ALL!
47) Also advertise your traitor service. Do it every game you aren't a wolf.
48) If someone hasn't been a wolf, they're bound to be one now. Kill them without question!
49) Never hesitate to hang helpful players, especially if they are active. An interesting game is a wolf win. Besides, all those walls of text! Ugh!
50) Quiet vets? They are plotting your demise. Kill them.
51) Always hang vets who have returned from a long absence in round 1. This ensures that they will remember you next game.
52) If the round exceeds 5 posts or 1 minute of reading, stop following and just do whatever. (see rule 6)
53) Always post that you're waiting to hear the opinions of others before you post your own. This shows that you are a team player.
54) If someone wants to trade theories or team up, it is ALWAYS a trap.
55) Constructive criticism of theories doesn't get you anywhere. Tear down that last post. Ends always justify means.
56) "I'm new. I don't know what I'm doing." Is always a good excuse.
57) In times of stress or offense, delete every one of your posts in a round. That'll show the rabbits not to upset you again.
58)This is especially effective if it makes other users posts unreadable or nonsensical.
59) If you forget to join a game, it's OK. You can still vote. Also feel free to post and share theories in the round! It shows your involvement and dedication to the game.
60) 1 word posts are completely acceptable. Keyboard smash posts are even more appreciated. Separate each word in a sentence in its own post if you wish! It'll help you seem smarter.
61) Bold and bright colors are your friends. Use as many as possible in clashing combinations.
62) Don't be afraid to overuse posting features such as bold, italics, and especially the Spoiler function. This will make your post seem organized, even if your thoughts aren't.
63) Size 20 font is your friend. It makes your posts look more important.
64) You should put Youtube videos in the spoiler code. It makes things less cluttered. (See rule 16)
65) If your posts don't get any attention, complain about it in multiple posts. Sympathy never hurt anybody.
66) Libel or slander everyone. Always. For any reason. Their loss of credibility is your gain.
67) Completely disregard the gender tag under everyone's name. No one tells the truth about that.
68) Call yourself a dragon. Go for it. You've earned it.
69) Don't be afraid to start in-game arguments in the c-box. Use a tool, by being a tool.
69.69) Always ask what to do with your wolf PM in th CBox everyone is there to help.
70) Feel free to hand draw pictures and put them in 18000x20000 px size as your replies.
71) This also applies to signature pictures.
72) Spam the game with links to your DA and art threads. We love seeing the advertisements while playing.
73) Make multiple accounts and use that to get your targets killed. It's also a great way to increase your odds of becoming a wolf!
74) Always ask the GM if they will let you be the wolf. They love volunteers.(See rule 26)
75) Work with as many people as possible in a group. Set up a system of code words, ciphered messages, and anonymity. No one should know the extent of your group! If you don't know who is in your team, the wolves won't either.
76) Derail as many threads as possible.
77) Feel free to start a new thread whenever a theory pops into your head. The new thread button is there for a reason! It'll put a spotlight on you and help you better guide the rounds towards the proper goal. Yours.
78) The Rabbit-Wolf win/loss ratio is only a decoration. Kuro-ing can be a great way to practice for your eventual wolfdom, or even law school!
80) Use ciphers in all of your posts. Morse code with really long words replacing the ., -, and / is preferred. A troll typing quirk is also acceptable.
81) Disinformation is misinformation! Feel free to references quotes that don't exist, or quote others and then change it to fit your sarcastic ego needs.
82) No one but you really knows how to type, so you may as well translate every post into proper English.
83) English as a second language is no excuse for poor English. Ridicule their first language and geographical location, even though it's not their fault.
84) Pretend to be friends with other players on a messenger program. Having access to extra forms of interrogation is always handy!
85) Forge as much evidence as you can. Photoshop is your friend.
86) On that note, trust screencaps completely. There's no way others can have the know-how to fake them without being noticed!
87) If your veteran theory isn't recognized by newbies, ALWAYS use intimidation instead of reason. This is an effective method of getting noticed by them.
88) The higher your post count, the higher your game experience. 1000 posts = Vet, regardless of content.
89) Smite those that you don't agree with. What the heck else is Karma for?
90) Smite people who are having an argument in-game. They might hang each other, meaning you don't have to!
91) If you are displeased with your karma count, complain to a GM to right the issue. They can give you as much karma as you beg for.
92) Titles are also a sign of expertise! If you want a fancy one, all you need to do is ask. Why earn what you can get for free?
93) Should you be banned for any reason, make a new account. You are always right and there's no way you'll be caught. The GMs are just drama queens.(See rule 37)
94) Every smart new player is just an older player who made a new account and doesn't want to be known. How else could someone know so much? Reading past games?
95) On that note, everyone who has done their research is obviously a wolf.
96) There is always an elaborate list of reasons behind every wolf kill. They're all masterminds with great schemes.
97) Round one wolf kills are always vengeance kills. Always.
98) Same for rounds two and three. Wolves have many irons in the fire. They never run out.
99) Newbies are never wolves, but kill them anyway.
100) Never forget: YOU ARE THE BEST PLAYER. You make the rules, AND enforce them. And when all else fails, complain until you get your way.
101) Remember, to be a pro RDG player, you must follow the previous 100 points like a religious document. Study them. Live, eat, sleep, drink, and defecate them. You are guaranteed a wolf catch every game with these tips. You're welcome.
We are not responsible if following this list results in warnings, bans, and social outcasting from other members. Just ignore any angry mobs which may result. Be prepared to be hanged/eaten repeatedly due to jealousy. For audio book version, please send cash, check, or money order to Gallow's Calibrator. Should the checks bounce, you are responsible for the fees incurred. Shipping and handling non-refundable.
These are in no way meant to target individual players or persons personally. This is a work of humor, and many of us, including the authors, are guilty of some (Or in Kit's case, many) of these things. If you see yourself reflected in a joke, give us the benefit of the doubt that we are kidding with good intentions, and not insulting you. Don't actually break any rules. To find out information on how to be an ACTUAL Rabbit Doubt Games pro player please refer to Sir Doyle/Maou's post: rabbitdoubtgames.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=about&action=display&thread=1823&page=1
<3 Trinny, Kit, and GC