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Official Cat Guard Report on Prisoner S#~%,~€£ Someone has smeared the rest of the name. This prisoner appears to be taller, but that is unconfirmed, as he is seen rarely. He seems to like mocking us and "narrating" us and the prisoners by constantly throwing poo-jokes at us, saying "MYEAH SEE", etc. He likes to annoy the prisoners, which will only make them rage or laugh. If they laugh, the prisoners will take things easier, which is not good for entertainment. If he makes them rage, he will be benefiting us by making the prisoners angrier, which means more fails/ more action. It is unclear what side this "narrator" is on. Observations have been made and: Some prisoners can't hear him, as they appear to block the voice out with an unknown substance. Hatty betraying us? Others have developed cat like hearing and hear the Narrator very well. This has been an official report by Claws Meowburt. Singed with claws, \ | | / EDIT: I know the prisoner is Stamper, just pretend.
Hey everyone! Today was the second day of my playlist being released. 6 weeks of designing compiled into one playable adventure for all to enjoy, that is, if it was still in the community levels section. Where is it? Gone. Why? Someone reported it. Was there anything wrong, explicit in the playlist? Nope. I want to protect lil' Johnny's and lil' Susie's innoncence just as much as anybody else, but false reports are still an issue. I also know this has happened to several other people, and false reports on playlists are aggravating to say the least. Whether it be because the person playing it rage-quit, or simply because they didn't like the creator, someone deciding to falsely report a playlist isn't right. And I think it raises the question: What should be done? If someone simply decided to flag several playlists, they'd be gone, atleast until behemoth clears them. But what happens if the person continues to falsely report more playlists? I think a warning system should be set in place. My personal opinion: If someone falsely reports a playlist once, fine, it could have been an accidental button press on the rating screen, but I think they deserve a warning. However, if someone falsely reports a playlist twice, I think their ability to report playlists should be revoked. Not to mention checking through reported playlists when there's nothing wrong with them has to be annoying for the people working at the behemoth too. I'm not mad at the person who reported my playlist, assuming it wasn't intentional. But I'd certainly like a solution to this issue to be instituted in the future. Edit 6/11/13: Luckily, since I've posted this, my playlist has been restored, showing the behemoth are still very diligent about checking through reported playlists. Regardless, I still feel the system is being abused by players, and that's not excusable.