- 1 What our guild consists of
- 1.1 Our oldest members
- 1.2 In memory of
- 1.3 Internal groups
- 2 JOIN US TODAY (or not)
- 3 Our Home: The Arena
What our guild consists of
Underperforming Sinners is a guild of misfits, rejects and lazy heroes/heroines who couldn’t complete quests and upset their gods greatly and constantly. After years of punishment, they have somehow banded together to share their suffering upon other heroes and heroines in Godville in the one place they can – the arena! This isn’t an organised, cultured, guild with „rich history“ and high levelled super-heroes like so many others. We don’t have an elite group of veterans, or huge numbers of fans. So, why be a minor character, why be just another face in the crowd, when you can be a significant part, an equal?
Our oldest members
This is a little list which includes all active members that are 3 months or longer in our guild. You can ask a page editor to add you or do it yourself if you still aren‘t in the list. It tells something about ourselves like why we joined the guild, where we are from or which is our Myers-Briggs type. But it also includes information about our importance for the guild like duelling a lot (the numbers in braces are the wins divided by losses), adding content to this page or recruiting new members.
Guild founder, called JP, from Spain, ENTJ, dueler (4.7)
Alt of Derelict Red, from USA, dueler (2.9)
Alt of Ngma, from USA, INFJ
First leader, recruited by Djeti, has chronicles, from Australia, INTP, dueler (3.6), page editor, member of the Night Squad
Recruited by Djeti, from Singapore, INFP, dueler (1.8)
From Malaysia, ENFP, dueler (6.0), member of the Night Squad
Alt of Portico, has chronicles, INFP
Recruited by Djeti, has chronicles, from Italy, ENTJ, dueler (3.4), recruiter
From USA, ESTP, dueler (6.3)
Alt of Ursina, has chronicles, from USA, INTP, dueler (12.2)
Recruited by Djeti, has chronicles, from Singapore, INTJ, dueler (4.4), member of the Night Squad
Recruited by Matteo the Holy and Djeti, has chronicles, from Italy, INFP, dueler (4.2)
Recruited by Djeti, from Singapore, ENFP, dueler (2.0)
Has chronicles, from Russia, INTJ, dueler (2.7)
Recruited by Djeti, has chronicles, from France, dueler (2.9)
Alt of Munkymaraudr, recruited by Djeti, from Jamaica
Recruited by Djeti, from USA, dueler (3.0)
In memory of
former members who extremely influenced the guild
Guild founder, has chronicles, called SJ, from Spain, INFP, dueler (4.2), page editor
Recruited by Djeti, has chronicles, called princess, from Portugal, INTP, dueler (5.0), recruiter, member of the Night Squad
Called DJ or bunny, from Germany, INTP, dueler (2.1), page editor, recruiter
Joined the guild because of Standup Jumper, stayed because of Vanillinne, left after they left, told it already at the 19th of June 2018 but really left on the 3rd of October.
What others have thought about him:
“meeting Djeti is life-changing xD He makes people do stuff they never expected
Maybe we are soulmates and we don’t even know. Come stalk me instead. I like nerdy guys
Djeti is actually a cool person and he is someone who can have interesting conversations about multiple different topics. And he has a witty sense of humour and he is a dedicated friend who worries about people’s problems even thought it might seem like the complete opposite. His only problem: he never starts with the right foot. If Djeti didn’t start every conversation with new people making an excessive amount of questions and demanding answers I bet he would have many friends. People could also give him a chance and try to know him better, but that’s just my point of view.“
Vanillinne started to write a list with ideas on what to write about Djeti:
- lacking some common sense in some situations
- doesn’t show it much, but definitely has a sweeter side
“You should try to be nice to people Djeti. Try to fake it at least, because I don’t like how you talk to people.
We’re here to have fun, not being controlled or being told what to do.
The game is fun, you’re not. Even though I appreciate the effort you put into creating the content for the guild, that doesn’t compensate with the headaches you give me when you type in here with all those huge paragraphs of nonsense.
And you’re judgmental. Nobody likes to be judged all the time.
You can be exhausting.
And stop saying the ‘nonpayer’ think. It’s starting to get on my nerves. You’re not special for not paying and who pays isn’t special either. It’s a feature, you can use it or not. Your tone is demeaning and you need to stop judging people."
What he is saying other gods about Djeti:
“don’t make eye contact with him. He’s a cyborg who’s AI is programmed to absorb souls.”
“You’re really bad at reading people, aren’t you? But it’s fun so well.
Still, you’re doing a great job at investing yourself in your guild.
Bratty *and* positive af, haha
You’re a funny guy. Not sure if impervious, stupid or willingly oblivious but entertaining for sure. Wonder what kind of adult you’ll grow up to be!
Of course, that’s only from godville, so it doesn’t account for much."
Djeti participated at Godville’s First Battle Royale Tournament at the beginning of May 2018 but did not thank for the charges, at the middle of June after they were opponents in a duel they spoke again about that and he finally thanked her. That was the answer:
“I know you’re a socially weird duck so I forgive you
The entertainment you give me pays me back plenty"
“I’ve never found Djeti annoying. Funny usually at worst but even that’s not a bad thing.
Your mind sorts top down apparently, or conceptually. You have categories that you have definitions for, and as you come across things in the real world you sort them into predetermined categories.
You’re odd but truly special, in the best way. Don’t let assholes tell you different."
“To be honest I’ve never actually found him to be annoying, sometimes rude but I never think it’s intentional. I just don’t think he knows better. I suspect better social skills will come with more social interactions.“
That are all the persons that are doing additional tasks for the guild. Without them the guild wouldn’t become so popular in the world of Godville. Because of this we wish to have more overperformers in the guild of underperformera. In the moment we have our page editor, as well as our recruiters and .
Their official foundation was at the 3rd of June in 2018 but it existed before. That was the namehad for the persons who were still active in the GC during the night. These persons are , and . It is unknown if you can still join this group today but being active at night (European time) would be a requirement.
JOIN US TODAY (or not)
We have way more than our fair share of the top duelers, and are very happy to advise, coach, teach, and give training of some sorts to everyone in here to become a formidable force in the arena. We have a vibrant guild council chat which is full of nonsensical conversations, but mainly focused on duelling. Duelling is also the best way of getting experience, levelling up, and of course, acquiring golden bricks and logs for the ark. Our dream is reaching the top of the duelery pantheon, and you can help us do it, because we don’t want to lift a finger (too much effort)!
How to join U(nderperforming) S(inners)
You consider yourself a good dueler and want to share your exploits and awesome strategies with others? Or… you want to properly initiate yourself in the arena and need some tips?
Then send your hero/heroine our way with this message:
Join „Underperforming Sinners“ guild
The best way to succeed when launching that godvoice is to be out of town and outside a fight with those stupid monsters. You’ll probably need to send the order several times. Try to wait 15 seconds between each sending if your hero/heroine responds sarcastically to your godvoice, like they always do.
How to stay
In the first 3 month of membership the hero/heroine will try to join another guild, to avoid that you have to cancel the quest. It’s easy if you follow the hints for sending messages which are already written for joining. But this time you have to send the following message:
It is also helpful to warn others when they are leaving the guild. You can see that at this page.
Important stuff for new members
The first things are the most important.
- use the RED YELLOW GREEN system to avoid unintended duels against guild members
- add 👹 to your motto to show that you are an active member of our guild
- use divine influences in towns to increase our pantheon of popularity rank, use miracles if you have a temple
- write in the GC when you want to drop to dungeon (only temple owners)
- help the guild with additional tasks like writing for this page or recruiting new members
- rate the chronicles of other guild members (5 stars would be great)
- the personality of your hero should be near the alignment of our guild
Write at our forum or GC if you have more questions. You could also add someone of the oldest members if you have more questions.
Our Home: The Arena
The RED YELLOW GREEN system
If we want to be at the top of the pantheon of duelery, we all have to try our best to succeed in the pantheon of duelers. To achieve this, it is important to avoid fighting each other as guildmates. Our solution was to create a system:
Duelers are matched against each other based on their victories:
- juniors with 0-4 wins
- juniors with 5-50 wins
- juniors with 51+ wins
If you send your hero/heroine to the arena you need to write in the Guild Council (GC): R and your group number to warn everyone you're going in.
During that time, no one will launch to arena while we wait for you. Once you're matched you will have to nofity everyone:
- If your hero/heroine hasn't found an opponent after 10 minutes write in the GC: Y and your number.
- If your hero/heroine has entered a duel you write in the GC: G and your number.
Here are all possibilities: R1, R2, R3, R4, Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4, G1, G2, G3, G4
Hall of fame
Here you can find our best duelers (top 100) at the end of every season.
, place 1, 923.6 points
, place 2, 901.9 points
, place 7, 791.7 points
, place 22, 716.1 points
, place 27, 701.1 points
, place 28, 700.6 points
, place 78, 639.2 points
, place 77, 569.3 points
, place 1, 944.8 points
, place 2, 921.4 points
, place 4, 845.5 points
, place 7, 820.3 points
, place 10, 793.9 points
, place 11, 776.3 points
, place 15, 754.0 points
, place 32, 699.1 points
, place 35, 690.9 points
, place 47, 670.0 points
, place 48, 669.5 points
, place 56, 655.9 points
, place 57, 654.8 points
, place 90, 618.1 points
, place 6, 747.6 points
, place 13, 707.6 points
, place 63, 568.3 points
, place 3, 853.7 points
, place 11, 747.9 points
, place 22, 699.3 points
, place 27, 672.8 points
, place 68, 597.8 points
, place 9, 727.6 points
, place 12, 687.0 points
, place 18, 637.9 points
, place 22, 634.2 points
, place 34, 606.1 points
Points Gained/Lost Equation: First a scaling factor E is applied: E=1/(1+10^((your rating – their rating)/400))
Then your new rating = your old rating +/- (25*Е)
This means the most points that can be transferred is 25.
Practically, if the difference in rankings is 200, then an upset can transfer 19 points, but if the higher ranked player wins, only 6 points goes to the winner.
If the difference is 100, then the upset gives 16 points, or the favourite winning gets him/her only 9.
Points Gained/Lost Equation (apparently): [wins²+(wins*losses)]/(losses+1.5)