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Necromancer

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Thread Format Guide
« on: February 20, 2019, 08:46:26 PM »
Welcome to the high score discussion area.  In addition to the Standard Forum Rules, here's some subforum specific rules and guidelines:

  • Be honest and post screen shots if possible.  This is supposed to be fun competition and not a chance to impress a bunch of anonymous internet nerds.  :mrgreen:
  • As thread creator, it is your responsibility to keep the high score list updated.
  • One thread for each title, even if it was released in both regions.  If there's a difference in score mechanics, difficulty level, etc., denote which game the scores were attained on.
  • Heated discussions are okay, but don't abusively troll and deride others for no reason.  Rather than attacking the member personally, criticize their comments and viewpoints.
  • Don't be wildly sexist, racist, or homophobic.  Save it for the klan meetings.
  • Post in relevant subforum areas.  Messages posted in the wrong area will be moved or deleted as needed.
  • Keep posts on topic.  Discussions naturally wander to related topics, but blatant off topic posting and attempts at thread derailment will be met with moderator action.
  • Before creating a new thread, make an honest effort to find an existing related discussion.
  • No spam, automated messages, advertisements, links to questionable sites, chain letters, or similar shenanigans.
  • No illegal content.  Do not post, request, or link to sites full of roms, isos, porn, warez, etc.
  • Follow this template:

         THREAD TITLE

              "Game Title" High Scores

         THREAD BODY

              10,000 - Member 1
              9,000 - Member 2
              8,000 - Member 3
              7,000 - Member 4
              6,000 - Member 5

    Note which mode was used (easy, hard, etc.), number of loops, and anything else of import.
« Last Edit: February 23, 2019, 08:13:33 PM by Necromancer »
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