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    On Reddit, one may find active, exceptionally competitive teams, as well as more laid back teams.
    The Wordscapes community there is blossoming, and delves into all sorts of info, including recruiting, (being recruited), dictionary/update issues, and zany topics about reward boxes.
    Our team, Much Ado, is recruiting there, as are many other quality and premium (minus the fee) teams....

    So, to the team leaders, to the members of teams, and to those of you who wish to be on active teams, perhaps consider joining there as well. :)

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    Thank you, Tippytoes. I always enjoy reading your thorough and thoughtful comments. Please join Reddit and sub-Reddit for Wordscapes, so it would be easier to follow and find your advice and other thoughts on the game. :) But even if you do not, I shall try to find your advice here. But Reddit is also good. :)

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    @ Kamuela, thank you for your response. I think what you say is true, at times, but in my experience players over 500,000 may play hard during the week, but do nothing to contribute during tourneys, or do nothing during the week. Hence the skepticism regarding brilliance as a show to suggest others should join one’s team. Current scores on the latest tourneys (versus those of others—without naming the teams, at least In public forums), current “helps” reveal far more about a team’s activity. Just my opinion. :)

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    Why is brilliance so important? I have released people who have more than 500,000 of it because that brilliance has faded in terms of activity. But everyone talks about the brilliance. Maybe we should be saying “active brilliance”? Whenever people recruit, the team brilliance is generally In the headlines, but why is that relevant? Some brilliants cease to be brilliant. :) Just curious. Also, why are not more people on Reddit on the Wordscapes thread? There is a good thread there. Some very sound advice.

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    Team Recruiting—Much Ado

    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 35 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th.

    Each of our top players generally scores 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. We have players from the US, UK, and Canada, so people play at all hours. :)

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado! Our aim is to continue to get stronger.

    Please do not hesitate to ask questions here, or if you prefer, please contact me directly. Have a lovely day/evening.

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    It is under the subtopic “clues”, and at present that topic has but two votes... it deals with how often one may accidentally hit the clue button, and how the improvement would be to ask “are you certain”. This is what I wrote In response to the initiator of the idea.
    Here is one of the chats:
    There should be something that asks if you are certain. I know lots of people who get clues because their fingers drift as they are trying to spell a word. A second button that asks if you are certain (and if you wish, you may push the section that says you are “certain for the day”), and then this complaint no longer.

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    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love the thought of team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, (including one player with over 500,000 brilliance) and despite having fewer than 37 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th.
    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

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    Much Ado
    continues to recruit enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys, and feel at ease with 1K. As a minimum.:) we are also rather chatty. Often this chat is cheering one another, though at times we are plain silly, (:), and yet we are quite Competitive.

    We have placed 1st four times consecutively. That is thanks to our very active and wonderful teammates.

    This past tourney, we placed over 120K ahead of the team who was in second, and this, on our part, was team laziness— Everyone knew our team would win, so interest in team tourney scores wained. And yet we were in first, so we are never complacent, irrespective of the lead!l

    If you are dedicated and active, we have open spots for those with 25K brilliance or more who give and request helps— we had over 3600 Helps given by Sunday— and we are currently looking for more Of you who are competitive, and active.

    Each of our top players generally scores 3,000-9,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys, and also chats throughout the week. Our players help get you hints, and are happy to help you improve your game. We have players from many time zones so people play at all hours. :)
    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and a dedicated player, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!
    Have a lovely day/evening, and please check us out and join our devoted, international community!
    On Reddit, I am Emma from much Ado, I post Much there, so find me, should you have questions. :)

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    On Reddit, one may find active, exceptionally competitive teams, as well as more laid back teams.
    The Wordscapes community there is blossoming, and delves into all sorts of info, including recruiting, (being recruited), dictionary/update issues, and zany topics about reward boxes.
    Our team, Much Ado, is recruiting there, as are many other quality and premium (minus the fee) teams.... So, to the team leaders, to the members of teams, and to those of you who wish to be on active teams, perhaps consider joining there as well. :)

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    Update: As of July 1, 2020,

    Much Ado continues to recruit enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys. We have been dismissing our inactive members.

    Thanks to the enthused determination of both the resident actives, as well as the nine new players who joined our team just last week, we placed first in this past weekend’s team tourney.

    Each of our top players generally scores 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. Our players help get you hints (nearly 1,000 already this week), and are happy to help you improve your game. We have players from the across the US, UK, and Canada (and one from Kenya), so people play at all hours. :) We require 25,000 brilliance to join the team, and active participation to remain on board. :)

    If you are dedicated and active, we have One open spot, but we may—based on inactivity—have a couple more prior to the next tourney. (We continue to weed out inactive members. :))

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and a dedicated player, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

    Have a lovely day/evening, and please check us out and join our devoted, international community!

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    Join Much Ado!

    Much Ado continues to recruit enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys. We have been dismissing our inactives.

    If you are dedicated and active, we have one open spot, but shall have a couple more prior to the tourney based on inactivity. (We continue to weed out inactive members. :))

    Each of our top players generally scores 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. Our players help get you hints, and are happy to help you improve your game. We have players from the US, UK, and Canada (and one from Kenya), so people play at all hours. :)

    Thanks to the enthused determination of both the resident actives, as well as the nine new players who joined our team just last week, we placed first in this past weekend’s team tourney. And the team is quick to hit the hint button, should you need one.

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and a dedicated player, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

    Have a lovely day/evening, and please check us out and join our devoted, international community!

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    Much Ado continues to search for enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 35 active players during last weekend’s tourney, we still scored 57,432 points, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th.

    If you are dedicated and active, we have two open spots, but shall have a couple more prior to the tourney based on inactivity. (We continue to weed out inactive members. :))

    Each of our top players generally scores 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. We have players from the US, UK, and Canada, so people play at all hours. :)

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

    Our aim is to continue to get stronger. We wish and aim to win against other teams, but we also hope to form a real “team family,” where people within the team may develop a rapport (as some of our team have already done). Such things make teams stronger, and make playing that much more fun. :)

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    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 35 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th.

    Each of our top players generally scores 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. We have players from the US, UK, and Canada, so people play at all hours. :)

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado! Our aim is to continue to get stronger.

    Please do not hesitate to ask questions here, or if you prefer, please contact me directly. Have a lovely day/evening. 😊

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    Emma commented  · 

    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love the thought of team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 37 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th.
    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

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    Team Recruiting—as in, join Much Ado!

    If you are suffering from boredom or irritability caused by an inactive team, then perhaps, now is the time to make the switch!

    I keep thinking about those commercials advertising miracle cures, but are you then in for a roller coaster Ride of side effects?

    Every medicine has a warning (some are scary; mercifully, ours are not), and Wordscapes is a form of medicine for some, so while Much Ado wishes to recruit you, without further ado, we warn you, for it is

    Better, I think, to warn at the start: Do not attempt to join this team unless your brilliance score is 25K or more, but that is easy enough. If the notion of putting in 1K+ during a single weekend drives your heart to fear, then stay clear. :) If the thought of 1K plus as a requirement drives up your blood pressure, then keep your blood pressure where it should be (ideally).

    You Dealt with the Warnings, Now here are the Benefits:

    Last week, the team gave over 3,500 helps. Nobody is reluctant to help. Actually, the team is asking about how they may help more, and asking each other to request help.

    We stay up to date regarding upgrades and strategies, and we stay up to date with each other’s lives (without prying).

    Everyone strives to up his/her game.

    We have placed first in three consecutive tourneys.

    People take the time to try to answer your questions regarding strategy, etc. Actually, people in the team really do take time to answer In detail, and cheer in encouragement (when they are online).
    The team is competitive, very active, supportive, cheery, and kind. :)

    We have a couple of openings . You are more than welcome. :) But please, I also request that you are willing to take on 1K+ without it feeling a burden. :)
    Much appreciated

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    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love the thought of team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members (including a player with over 500,000 brilliance but no activity), and despite having fewer than 37 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th.
    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

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    Much Ado continues to recruit enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys. We have been dismissing our inactives.

    If you are dedicated and active, we have one open spot, but shall have a couple more prior to the tourney based on inactivity. (We continue to weed out inactive members. :))

    Each of our top players generally scores 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. Our players help get you hints, and are happy to help you improve your game. We have players from the US, UK, and Canada (and one from Kenya), so people play at all hours. :)

    Thanks to the enthused determination of both the resident actives, as well as the nine new players who joined our team just last week, we placed first in this past weekend’s team tourney. And the team is quick to hit the hint button, should you need one.

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and a dedicated player, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

    Have a lovely day/evening, and please check us out and join our devoted, international community!

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    Much Ado continues to recruit enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive.

    If you are dedicated and active, we have four open spots, but shall have a couple more prior to the tourney based on inactivity. (We continue to weed out inactive members. :))

    Each of our top players generally scores 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. Our players help get you hints, and are happy to help you improve your game. We have players from the US, UK, and Canada, so people play at all hours. :)

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and a dedicated player, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

    Have a lovely day/evening, and please check us out and join our devoted, international community!

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    Much Ado continues to search for enthusiastic, active team members who love participating in team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 35 active players during last weekend’s tourney, we still scored 57,432 points, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th.

    If you are dedicated and active, we have four open spots, but shall have a couple more prior to the tourney based on inactivity. (We continue to weed out inactive members. :))

    Each of our top players generally scores 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. Our players help get you hints, and are happy to help you improve your game. We have players from the US, UK, and Canada, so people play at all hours. :)

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

    Our aim is to continue to get stronger. We wish and aim to win against other teams, but we also hope to form a real “team family,” where people within the team may develop a rapport (as some of our team have already done). Such things make teams stronger, and make playing that much more fun. :) Have a lovely day/evening, and please check us out!

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    You must be a level 50 or above to activate the ability to join a team. :)
    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love the thought of team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 37 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th
    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

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    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love the thought of team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 37 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th.

    Each of our top players generally score 2,000-8,000 points per tourney, and the team interacts in a friendly, chatty manner during tourneys. We have players from the US, UK, and Canada, so people play at all hours.

    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado! Our aim is to continue to get stronger. Have a lovely day/evening!

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    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love the thought of team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 37 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th
    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

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    Much Ado is searching for enthusiastic, active team members who love the thought of team tourneys. We have been dismissing those who are inactive members, and despite having fewer than 37 active players, we scored 57,432 points this past tourney, which placed us 6th. Last week, we placed 3rd, the two consecutive weeks prior, we placed 4th
    So please, if you are passionate about Wordscapes and interested in being a founding member of a fairly recent team where people help one another, and cheer you on, and if you are generally free on weekends to participate in team events, then without further ado, we invite you to join Much Ado!

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    You are the one who created the team. Kick that person off and let her create her own team from scratch. Do not hand her the keys to something you nurtured. :)

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    I second that. There should be something that asks if you are certain. I know lots of people who get clues because their fingers drift as they are trying to spell a word. A second button that asks if you are certain (and if you wish, you may push the section that says you are “certain for the day”), and then this complaint no longer.

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    Within chat, I regularly copy my comment before sending it, and by so using this tactic, I may Continue to revise until the comment is allowed through. The system does not seem to care for the word “help” or “hint”. And its dislike for these words seems to intensify the more frequently one uses such terms. The first time or two it is okay, and then there are problems, so I write *help* or h*elp, or some Other variation, and when that strategy fails, I write “assistance”. For “hint”, I use clue… or I break up the advice into three
    Separate
    Lines
    And usually that allows me to get the idea out here, but it sounds disjointed.
    They say they are working on their system, but that it (at least for me) will require patience.

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    I have been sending them a few emails each week, and so I definitely agree with Tippytoes. They continue to respond, but are evasive about the timeline for addressing all of our concerns.

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