This is a list containing types of players, ranging from common to extremely rare in occurrences, that other players might encounter in-game.

Please note that these stereotypes do not apply to everyone and they are not serious representations of who people are. This is merely an overview of some common traits shared amongst players. Please don't go on a witch hunt on any of the players found within the images.

Press the Expand Button to view the full list of any of these types of players.

Also, when it comes to how good a player is, the grading system appears to go like this (from worst to best):

Terrible/Trash -> Bad -> Beginner/Noob -> Mediocre/Decent -> Good -> Very Good -> Great -> Amazing/Pro -> Master -> God -> Hacker


This section details the "Trash" Players, which are those who are bad at the game or are nuisances to the community.


  • New.
  • Common.
  • The first or one of the first to die if lucky enough.
  • Don't know how the game works.
    • Always ask "how to shoot" or "how to reload"
  • Always charge at the start.

  • Will spam the chat when they get their first kill.

  • When they use a pistol they use it like a rifle and try to snipe people and rages and says RNG RNG RNG

  • When given instructions they either follow it properly or continue to spam right click trying to shoot.

  • Sometimes uses sword only (or bayonet if they pressed x w/ musket)

  • "Don't hate on them. They are new to the game and are learning." -Cash713 "Remember you were a noob Noob Haters." - MrBresford


  • Never say anything other than "ez", "got 'em", "got one", "pwned xd" and/or "rekt".
  • "got 1!!" "got 4!!!!" type of faggots
  • Can be annoying but can be respected.
  • Mediocre to god skills.
  • Common.
  • Riflemen or rankers.
  • Frequently T-bag.
  • Usually kill people who surrendered.
  • Sometimes rubbish liars.
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    Got half of there team-0
    Another example.

Trash Cavalrymen

  • Use cavalry whenever they can.
  • Are trash in skills.
  • Use all kinds of cavalry classes without any thought to their uses.
  • Are the first ones to charge.
  • Die when they approach the enemy.
  • Are shot easily.
  • Uncommon.
  • Can't hit a single guy with sword/lance throughout the game.
  • Can't attack while on a horse.
  • Use dragoon like hussar.
  • Sometimes don't watch their surroundings and charge into stakes.
  • Always hit an obstacle while riding a horse.
  • Often ride out the round from the enemy out of cowardice when they're the last one standing.


  • A person who thinks "Since their team is better, we should stay away."
  • Usually stay in groups, ranging from often a few people to rarely the whole team.
  • Camp for personal gain instead of helping the team with decent cover.
  • Try to camp multiple times until they beat the other team;
  • No variety of strategies, nor accepts any in the first place.
  • Sometimes camps inside a house by building a lot of barricades.
  • Uncommon.


  • Can be any type of soldier, usually sappers.
  • Only appears on map with buildings.
  • Use their weapons to break as many structures as possible.
  • Can annoy teammates.
  • Among the first deaths.
  • Beginner in skills.
  • Mediocre in skills if they're paying attention.
  • Rare.
  • Trolls or very agitated guys.


  • Attempts to tell people about history.
    • Doesn't actually know anything.
    • If that intelligent, continue to correct everyone.
  • Mediocre to expert.
  • Always exist every time someone starts to say stuff about war crimes.
    • "BuT tHeRe WaS nO gEnEvA cOnVeNtIoN, aNd So nO WaR cRiMeS sUcH aS kIlInG sUrReNdErEd"
      • That's not true, by the way, there were still war crimes in the Napoleonic Era, and killing people who surrender would make you many enemies in the opposing army as well as your own. If you killed PoWs in a war, you could usually expect a court-martial (execution)
      • The first international war crimes trial was in 1474, HRE v Peter von Hagenbach, over 300 years before the Napoleonic Wars.
  • Common when pacifists exist.
  • Influenced by "Historians" (Repeat cycle.)
  • Not to be confused with Historian (No quotation marks)

Raging Kids

  • Always rage at people.
  • Types insults such as "n00bs" , "haxor'', "youre a *Beeep*" (also commonly seen spamming chat filter bypasses, such as fzxc, ect.);
  • Will also use gay as an insult; they will call everything gay, especially to guns and other weapons.
  • Beginner to Mediocre.
  • Spams the chat.
  • Get angry when they don't get their favourite map.
  • Terrible to Mediocre in skills.
  • Easy to get a temper.
  • Uncommon.
  • If kills for revenge purposes, he will go brag in the chat.
No you

A fine example of two Raging Kids.


  • Exploit for their benefit and pleasures.
  • Beginner to mediocre in level of experience.
  • Rare.
  • Dies a lot, or win depending on the exploit.
  • Rarely makes kills on both teams.
  • Usually gets banned by an admin if someone got proof.

Unlucky Guys

  • Usually, die in the first minute.
  • Beginner to decent; rarely pro.
  • Stray from the team, or with a targeted group of players.
  • Always rushed by sappers or musketeers, or sniped by a rifleman.
  • Flung by other players or horses in the first few seconds.
  • If a cavalryman, run into an obstacle and get killed.
  • Usually killed while reloading.

Clueless People

  • Mostly sappers.
  • Oblivious to their surroundings.
  • Gets killed easily.
  • May rage.
  • Beginner in skills.
  • Half of the time goes solo and tries to build a base at some godforsaken place where it will take 50 years to find or gets killed doing so.
  • Rare.
  • Will unintentionally block teammates' aim.


  • Any class (mostly musicians and other roleplayers)
  • Always retreat.
    • Especially at low health.
  • Are bullied (usually when they attempt to extend the round until its inconclusive)
  • Sometimes surrender.
  • Beginner to mediocre in experience
  • Common to uncommon.
  • T-bag your body when you are fighting 2v1 or 3v1.
  • Always stay at the base or with a group.
  • They could be a mistake for people picking off enemies.
  • Surrenders if they are the last one left but would always get killed soon after and tbagged


  • Mostly sappers.
  • Always vote for maps with tons of buildings.
  • Build a lot of stuff to block the entrances.
  • Takes minutes to find them, also takes minutes to tear down their barriers and to kill them.
  • When they are about to die, they sit in the corner blocking with their melee.
  • Usually attracts a group of people with them (rarely an entire team).
  • Mediocre to good.
  • Common.


  • Copy and paste repeated messages in chat.
  • Always annoy the entire server.
  • Usually triggers them with an unfair death.
  • Beginner to pro.
  • Common.


  • Calls everyone a hacker.
  • Claims they did all the work when their team wins and gets 0 kills.
  • Blames it all on their team when they lose or die.
  • Rarely gets a kill.
  • Tries to target.
  • Beginner in skills.
  • Common.
  • Rarely calls an actual hacker an actual hacker.

The "Roundshot-Only" Guys

  • Hates people who use Canister shot.
  • Try-hard on hitting that one solo hussar from across the map.
  • Bullies anyone who thinks that the canister can be useful in certain situations.
  • Medium to pro in skills.
  • Rarely gets a kill with roundshot, but will glorify every single one.
  • Always hog the cannon.
  • Uncommon.

Militant Bridge of Arcole Voters

  • Exist in swarms.
  • Caps-lock in chat.
  • Angry in general.
  • Noob to pro.
  • Common.

Group Shouters

  • Sometimes demand people to join their war group. In that case:
    • Full grammar.
    • Give invites to their Discord server.
    • Assertive.
    • Don't cooperate if nobody joins.
  • Occasionally spam.
  • Newbie to pro.
  • Uncommon.
  • Always caps-lock.
  • Argumentative and salty.
  • Sometimes yell "CHARGE!"


  • They are very annoying if you are a member of the losing team.
  • Are newbie to pro in skills.
  • Branch of Braggers/Flexers.
  • Common.
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Here we see a nice example of GG EZ guy.

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I said "GG to everyone exept the round delayers." I cropped out the rest of what the guy said, it was too 'mature'.

The Trash-Talking Kid

  • Narcissistic.
  • Usually, the bad leader who blames it all on his troops.
  • Always gets killed or one of the first to get killed.
  • Trash to mediocre in skill.
  • Can be part "HACKER!" 
  • Likely to use abbreviations when talking like: smh lol or lmao.
  • Bad at spelling.
Trash talkin

The "Skilled Player"

  • Extremely Narcissistic
  • Can ruin the whole game
  • Usually the last guy
  • Always rifle or hussar
  • Can leave a big stain on the community
  • Extremely toxic to deadly toxic.
  • Good to Pro
  • Can easily be triggered by saying somebody is ( most generally, actually ) hacking
  • Can also be triggered by having 3 to 7 kills and saying/bragging that you just clicked to kill
  • Usually insult people who gets minimal amount of kills
  • Usually very self-absorbed to the belief that skill is the only solution
  • 90% of what they talk is skill, and they will find all the ways possible to convert it into an insult
  • Gets triggered when they see a good player pulling off some kills even though in previous round, he gets 0 kills
  • Loves trash debating.
  • Uncommon
  • " you suck " " go commit neck rope " " go to hell " " you are noob " " f34k off "
  • usually doesn't listen to plans ( most generally, camping, using the fence in Hougoumont, etc. ), and says shut up, we don't care or nobody cares, or even worse..
  • Usually spams stuff like "yo i just killed half there team", in most to all variations of this sentence, they use the wrong there/their/they're (the correct their variant in that sentence was their btw).


  • T-bag after most or every kill
  • Noob to Master
  • Common
  • Occasionally also say "got em", "u die" , "easy" or "rekt"
  • T-bags even if the enemy was outnumbered, ambushed, or even afks
  • They can be a whole array of people, from the cowards to the pros, to the braggers/flexxers.
  • It is also common that they are skeletons. (read below)
  • Very annoying
  • Usually branch of the bragger/flexxer
  • Unpredictable if decent.
  • One of the most common players in the game, you can easily find a whole server of them


  • Are more often than not bots
  • Extremely Common
  • Will join a server, give a copied-pasted speech about "", then leave after a 2 second delay
  • Never play the actual game

Clueless Final Guy

  • Terrible-decent
  • Has no idea what they are doing
  • always loses even if it's 1v1
  • Always the last one
  • The entire team could be spamming the chat in all caps, they still wouldn't listen
  • Does not take advice from others
  • Does the complete opposite of what people say
  • Doesn't take advantage of any situations beneficial to them(such as not rushing a red health enemy who's not loaded)
  • Is at full health, is loaded, and has a better weapon, and yet will still run away from a red health player
  • Sometimes a troll
  • Either completely silent or very defensive
  • Never uses weapons that are useful for the situation(for example using a bayonet in open areas where range is needed, or using pike/lance/bayonet for getting the first hit off of a red health player)
  • Trolls will usually directly ignore all useful advice and knowledge from teammates and see everything as a joke, or make themselves look like a noob on purpose, while those who aren't will still occasionally follow orders and advice, albeit very slowly and with poor execution.
  • Expect the team chat to be filled with HES RED!, OMG, JUST RUSH HIM, USE THE BAYONET, DONT RUN AWAY, HES WAITING THERE, WOW, YOU IDIOT, WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU, DONT LET HIM RELOAD, HES AT/INSIDE *insert godforsaken hiding spot here*, YOU CAN BEAT HIM, YOU CAN EASILY WIN, and many, many more.
  • Relatively common


  • After learning how to play the game, they try to fight.
  • Usually grouped up with others
  • Not very skilled in firearms.
  • Beginner.
  • Some can STILL be rookies for years. (like me, still not good with firearms after 4 years.)
  • Common.


This section details the types of players that play as any of the Skirmisher classes.

The Bad Skirmishers

  • Use predictable strategies.
  • Stay close to battle.
  • Tries to hide but fails.
  • Can't aim well which is particularly bad as a skirmishers first shot makes all the difference.
  • Beginner - Mediocre in skills.
  • Rare.


  • Can't hit the broad side of a barn.
  • Hitting a horseman on his horse is pretty much impossible for them.
  • Beginner in skills.
  • More common than it should be.
  • Charge at the start.

The Good Skirmishers

  • Use tactics sometimes not understood, thus not properly able to be countered in some situations.
  • Can be really effective.
  • Usually out of sight.
  • Sometimes a strategist.
  • Mediocre to pro.
  • Shoot stuff. (And hits it).
  • Can easily shoot targets on horseback and strafing targets.
  • Rare.


  • Shoots you from across the map.
  • Will usually pull rare but amazing feats of accuracy.
  • Probably performs dark magic to home his shots.
  • Usually a load-out of rifleman.
  • Can easily clutch.
  • Master-God in skills.
  • Extremely Dangerous

The Vietcong

  • Picks on groups of infantry, either near or far
  • Similar to the tree of snipers.
  • Mostly chooses riflemen.
  • No matter what you do, there will be groups of them. (former bai group I joined kept yelling "Vietcong tactics" when raiding") (yes it was Russian)
  • Lives at a house, the forest, or the bushes.
  • Would either hide and pick off players or straight up ambush
  • Sometimes unaware of its surroundings
  • Human Apollyon. (to all of those scp fans)
  • Mostly feared in the Marshlands map where they would snipe people while hiding in swamps or bayonet charge out of nowhere (Due to it's "Vietnam" like terrain)
  • God in skills, or a good player.
  • Quiet. (uses team chat or doesn't speak at all)
  • "no scope"
  • A branch of the Vietcong, known as "walmart vietcong" uses dragoon class to ride behind enemy lines and shoot them.


This section details the types of players that play as any of the Artillery classes.

The Noob Artillery

  • Probably new to the game and accidentally picked the artillery class.
  • Have no idea how to operate a cannon; will often sit on the cannon expecting it to work.
  • Sometimes will never get off the cannon even if other artillery teammates are trying to use it.
  • Completely oblivious to cavalry and other flankers.
  • "no it my turn"
  • Uncommon.

The "Noob" Artillery

  • Usually a Good Artillery in disguise
  • Not to be confused with the Noob Artillery
  • Will say "How to shoot cannon?" and/or pretend to be an officer
  • At last moment, fires cannon and kills 1-5 people

The Bad Artillery

  • Similar to the noob artillery but they actually know how to operate a cannon, however...
  • They will stand in front of the cannon to load it, while it is historically accurate,they're exposing themselves to enemy fire.
  • Most of the time oblivious to cavalry and other flankers.
  • Will underestimate the power of a roundshot and rarely use it. When they do use it, it's for either the wrong reason(s) or for the wrong timing.
  • Will overestimate the power of a canister shot and mainly use that. They will use it for both right and wrong reasons alike.
  • Common

The Good Artillery

  • Although not seemingly possible, they can be the backbone of the team's support role.
  • If the enemy artillery is within sight of this guy on maps like Farmlands or La Rothiere's Fields, consider the enemy artillery dead within a minute or two of the round starting from a well-placed roundshot.
  • Knows when to use canister shots, especially for anti-cavalry and close proximity infantry.
  • Knows the devastating power of a roundshot, and will primarily use them to their full effectiveness: This includes killing the enemy artillery immediately at the start, destroying sapper constructs, baiting and hitting stationary targets from afar.
  • If they're not artillery, they will become rankers and stay by the cannon to protect the artillery from cavalry and flankers, and they are good at doing so.
  • Only drawback to being this good at the cannon is that you start drawing the attention of the enemy team to send a horde of cavalry and flankers to deal with you. React accordingly with a good counter-strategy by cooperating with your team.
  • Very Rare

The "God" of Artillery

  • Usually ends up one of the last ones alive if the team charges and dies
  • Usually in a call with someone who is ghosting or scouting for them
  • Has extreme skill in hitting players behind a hill or a piece of cover
  • Can end up sniping somebody a whole map away from a well placed roundshot, or mow down lines of soldiers with canister.
  • Can hit moving targets from far away
  • Great-God
  • Extremely Rare
  • Extremely Dangerous
  • Sadly, it is commonplace that they get sniped by riflemen, run over by cavalry, or noob allies sabotage or slow their artillery operations.

The Arty Squad

  • Has between 4-6 people on one or two cannons; usually easy to get picked by dragoons.
  • They argue over who gets to fire the cannon(s).
  • Most of the time rookies would want to use the cannon(s).
  • Does not have an officer to scout around, or all are officers, so they can use the cannon, but not fire it do to the fact they don't have a rammer.
  • Rare.
  • Terrible-Mediocre 
  • "pick canister shot plz"


  • Usually doesn't pay attention to the leaderboard.
  • Fires cannon constantly.
  • Once he realizes that the enemy is low on men, he charges.
  • Terrible-Good
  • Rare.


This section details players that lead a certain group of people, sometimes a line, in a faction during a match.

The Good Leaders

  • Can inspire people to do better.
  • People want them to be leader.
  • Great strategies that are creative, more so than others (cough cough, camping, cough cough)
    • When basing, actually creates a decent base that is not a camp-fest and encourages use for cover rather than use for hiding.
  • Mediocre to pro.
    • Usually good in combat.
    • Trustworthy.
    • Impossible to find.
    • Inspires teammates, while respecting the enemy team.
    • Usually is a leader in a group and not just a spontaneous leader.
    • Will charge into battle instead of sitting in a house, (AHEM, AHEM, CAMPING, AHEM, AHEM), usually wielding their sword in an upright position.
    • Even when dead, they still inspire their soldiers to carry on the battle.

The Bad Leaders

  • Selfish, narcissistic, arrogant and ignorant.
    • Claims to be leader.
  • Terrible strategies, which is either camping or group surrendering.
  • Yelling in capital letters to do better.
  • Poor grammar.
  • Terrible-Beginner in skills.
    • Not that good in combat.
    • Usually thinks they're better than they actually are.
  • Blaming the team instead of themselves which is taking responsibility (but they aren't in the first place).
    • You can stop these players by saying "Will you take responsibility if we lose? and will you suffer for us?". Most of the time this will make them stop and (sometimes) quit.
    • Or, "Sir/Ma'am, will you suffer for us in our most desperate times, and lead us no matter the cost?"
  • Can annoy soldiers to the point of converting to the other team.
  • Cowardly and hides behind the front lines.
  • Toxic but can be destroyed in the comments.
  • Commoner.
  • Holds disobeying teammates at 'gunpoint'.
  • Will call people who give up cowards
  • Will try to make a line battle but fail or be ignored completely.
  • When dies screams at the team to surrender or do a banzai.
  • Close to strange kids.
    Make line

    Here, we see a great leader calmly and respectfully issuing an order that definitely guarantees victory.

Group Leaders

  • Leads a group/or makes a company.
  • Doesn't try to lead the whole team.
  • Can have very loyal and skilful soldiers.
  • May use Blood and Iron to train their soldiers or to recruit.
  • Can easily win a battle with experience.
  • Sometimes arrogant.
  • Very Rare.
  • 4-8 Soldiers most likely in their squad.
  • Troops themselves are generally Decent to Pro.

 Drill Sergeant

  • A form of leaders, siding with the roleplayers also.
  • Typically uses full grammar, but has bad spelling.
  • Would do the usual smoking their recruits in a discord voice chat.
  • Mostly arrogant.
  • Rare.
  • Calls people either, warriors, cowards, etc. depending on their behavior.
  • Are usually brave, unlike the bad leaders.
    • Sometimes a hypocrite.

The Tryhards

This section details Tryhards, which are those that try their hardest to win games and likely are the one doing the work. They are a bit overreacting to any friendly they see.

The Absolute Gods

  • Specialize in all classes.
  • Pro, sometimes God
  • Rare.
  • Will usually be riflemen, pick off enemies at a distance.
  • If not rifleman, will be light infantry and take stupid flank routes.
  • If available, will be cavalry and pick Hussar.
  • Will absolutely STOMP a server without saying a single word in chat. (see Server Stompers)


  • Hides in a place before destroying their enemies.
  • Might be Pro/God in skills.
  • Maybe called a coward depending on the situation.


  • Officer or sapper.
  • Rare in appearance.
  • Picks off, lone enemies.
  • Hides in bushes, bases and houses.
  • Confused with campers.
  • Medium to pro.
  • Has a lot of experience in stealth games, probably.


  • Long ranged version of the stealther.
  • Part sniper.
  • Pro in skills.


  • Attack the enemy's base, kill two guys, come out alive. Rinse and repeat.
  • Almost never take damage.
  • Stealth master.


  • Often confused with Campers.
  • Lacking in skill but tries to do what is best for their team.
  • Uses informational tips in order to influence their team.
  • Has an idea of most maps and how to get the best of a terrain/landscape.
  • Very rare.
  • Usually a EU4 or Total War Series player.

Pro Sappers

  • Knows how to make advanced structures.
  • Part Rambo.
  • Part strategist.
  • Pro in skills.

Grave diggers

  • Digs “graves” built with gabions and dirt
  • Always die
  • idiotic brother of the sapper
  • “Rest in peace kameraden/Komrade“
  • terrible at building bases
  • No idea whatsoever of the game
  • possibly a branch of Priests
  • Sometimes an angry vicar.
  • people kill them to stop the chat flooding

Psycho Axe-Murderers

  • Pro Sapper's deranged and criminally-insane cousin.
  • Will be partisan if it is available.
  • Will have Hand axe, Sapper's Axe, Sledgehammer Or Branch in constant but ready swinging position at all times.
  • Can be out-CQCed if you utilize blocking correctly.
  • Medium to God in skills.
  • Lonesome.
  • Either disturbingly silent or yelling in caps.
  • Usually 1 per game.
  • Doesn't care if you're aiming a rifle at them.
  • Will go on a rampage and kill 5 enemies.

Combat/Rambo Sappers

  • Rushes with axe, always.
  • Good or Pro in skills.
  • Probably doesn't build at all (but sometimes builds small defenses like Pandora's Box to kill whatever remains of the enemy team.
    • Really lucky.
  • Pretty rare.
  • Can be countered when teamed up on or when shot from a distance.


  • Rarely uses gun.
  • Calls gun users "Tryhards".
  • Destroys you in melee.
  • Usually Officer.
  • Master in skills.
  • Always be flexin'.

Overly-Competitive Players

  • Can kill 5-6 or more people ALONE.
  • Always has strategies.
  • Pro or God in skills.
  • Legendary.
  • Aramduck
  • Sometimes mediocre skill but kills half of the enemy team by being a lancer on a hussar horse
  • Can be called a hacker.
  • Can utilize the majority of classes. (by that, it's not just cavalry only)
  • Rambo Saps best ally or worst enemy in battle.

Pacifist Hunters

  • Usually stuck in an eternal conflict with the Soup Army or other toxic pacifists.
  • Either absolute jerks who cannot fathom the fact that some people enjoy not killing each other, or people who try to preserve the combat-heavy gameplay that Blood and Iron is famous for and originally all about.
    • Basically either raging children or very respectable, decent players.
  • Mediocre-God in skills.
  • Common, but only when the Soup Army or other Toxic Pacifists appear.
  • Sometimes called "Soup Raiders"

Alternate Factioneers

  • Usually play as irish, dutch, scottish, and german in british and france
  • Hail Their own regiment country
  • Ones that are silent are the most skilled
  • Usually are good, but skill can range all the way to master
  • Rare


  • Pretends to be pacifist/musician to gain your trust or not to be killed.
  • Will 100% of time stab you or your friends in the back.
  • Will 20% of the time every time kill you (which means 120% of the time).
  • Can be in any nation and always be a musician.
  • Common.
  • Never fully trust their own musicians.

"Elite" Infantry

  • Wears fancy clothes all the time
  • Keeps saying they're elite
  • would always die because of overly aggressive acts such as exposing too much to the enemy or charging alone thinking they're invincible
  • Mediocre skills
  • uncommon

The Actual Elite Infantry

  • The little brother of server stompers (see below)
  • Takes out 9 enemies from opposite their base
  • Wears fancy clothes like Austrian Jager uniform.
  • Noble and kind but a bit cocky
  • Use faster method of shooting
  • Knows how to use surroundings properly
  • Fights till the end
  • ”We will never surrender“
  • Rare.

Server Stompers

  • Usually go rifleman
  • Will carry their team on any map
  • Extremely Rare
  • God, sometimes Pro
  • Will steamroll a server with their rifle and leave without saying a single word in chat (possible branch of The Absolute Gods)

The Legend of Scotland forever

  • This guy is totally god depending on their skill
  • Totally dangerous if they attack in a group
  • only can be found while in the United kingdom team
  • able to 1v5 in meele combat depend on skill
  • "SCOTLAND FOREVERRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!" the following quote is mostly used
  • The place they has gained the power of SCOTLAND FOREVER!
  • always votes for maps that inculdes united kingdom 
  • always goes for bagpipe men 
  • Totally goes in a rage state if they are some how triggered, example: as another Scottish comrade dies, after witnessing that, they will turn hostile instantly 
  • Sometimes a pacifist 
  • not really dangerous if you don't harm them first, except in self defense 
  • not that useless 
  • May bite the dust enemy foe with only saber after shouting Scotland forever 
  • Rairty:Totally Legendary 

"I will make em bite the dust if they DARE underestimate  POWER OF MY SCOTLAND! 

Special Forces

  • Sneaks behind the enemies.
  • The best skirmishers, has the skill of a sniper and a good skirmisher, but can also be line infantry.
  • Won't say anything in order to not blow their cover.
  • Would ambush/flank enemy groups such as an artillery crew or a small base.
  • Does their best to not reveal their position.
  • Can provide reconnaissance for teammates.
  • almost never attacks enemies head on, this is due to them always being alone, would only happen if everyone else is dead.
  • God skill.
  • Very Rare.
  • Special Air Service operatives, probably.

The Role-players

This section details Roleplayers, also known as RPers, who seek to act out the role they want to in times of warfare.

Soup Kingdom

  • Most commonly-seen "kingdom" in Blood and Iron.
  • Usually armed and ready to defend in order to turn the server into a role-play.
  • Rarely hold soup store competitions.
  • The largest species of the Pacifist Family.
  • Noob to pro in skills.
  • Frequent-appearing.
  • Usually are sappers who create elaborate small bases/ "shops".
  • Will counter-hunt pacifist hunters if threatened.
  • Often receive hate and are hunted by people who don't want to join or buy from their shops.
  • Favorite map is usually Falenty due to the market place.
  • In some cases, the soup seller can trick you to their location and get killed.
  • Often chant the soup army war cry: "SOUP!!!".
  • Often yell "FREE SOUP!!!" or "GET YOUR SOUP!!!" as soon as they finish making their shop.
  • Sometimes jerks that hold up the round by running away or heavily barricading from the enemy.
  • Rarely surrenders, and will sometimes die with their shop. Under threat, they go up in a corner, begin blocking, and "say their prayers while talking to their parents".
  • Soup Shops may be a great way to practice mass slaughtering the enemy.
  • some soup sellers may be fake so they can kill you
  • There's a rareish variant that uses the word "Soop" instead
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Anti-Semitic Soup reich

  • Would often sell "J$w soup"
  • can sell other types of soup
  • only sells to NAZI supporters
  • keeps yelling out "J$W"
  • very uncommon

Cheese Kingdom

  • Small rival to the Soup Kingdom
  • Uses Gabions and Crates
  • Yells out CHEESE!, WHO WANTS CHEESE!, etc.
  • Often camps at the fringes of the map, yelling cheese-related phrases, or just idling, watching the rest of the map go to pieces, while enjoying... cheese.
  • Rarely appears unlike the Soup and Tea Kingdoms, with only one-three members of the kingdom on a single server.
  • Fiercely protective of cheese, but tolerates any who are not hostile to them or their beloved cheese.
  • Rarely surrenders.
  • Favourite map is usually The Road to Smolensk, due to the ruined house with the ladder at the flank of the map, or Falenty due to the marketplace.
  • Usually hostile to soup sellers, but will sometimes collaborate.
  • Very rare.

Food Kingdom

  • A rival to many, including the soup raiders
  • can sell anything from soup to sushi
  • builds crates to chop up meat
    • sometimes kills horses to gain meat
  • builds a restaurant and a kitchen
  • sometimes own a drive thru in their store
  • always hire people who eat in the restaurant
  • Sells food for high prices
  • common

Tea Kingdom

  • Another rival to the Soup Kingdom.
  • British soldiers pretending to sell tea instead of soup.
  • Exclusive to maps featuring the UK.
  • Mediocre.
  • Not as frequently-appearing as soup sellers.
    Lets have tea lads

    A rare instance of a UK soldier promoting tea instead of soup.

Third Reich

  • Exclusively to the Prussian Fraction
  • Are either just trolls or Nazi playboys
  • Wehraboos
  • Would consider them as " a much larger Germanic state"
  • Might just have Nazi ideals in the there roleplay
  • Would set up "SS" forces ( Look at Miscellaneous section)
  • Can be really annoying and toxic
  • Would try to set up "Concetration camps"
  • Rare

Soup Raiders

  • Are anti pacifist
  • hate soup
  • always attack soupmen
  • Can be 1 person to the entire team.
  • one of the rivals of food kingdoms
  • might kill neutral players
  • dangerous
  • Often militia or partisans
  • would on some occasions make speeches such as "we will end this struggle"

Bad Pacifists

  • People who choose not to be combative along with other players and attempt to be friendly to all players in the game, although mostly musicians and soup sellers.
  • Usually runs away (rarely surrenders).
  • Though they don't kill, they do "accidentally" help the team with reload buffs and sometimes will go in front of a player when reloading to protect them.
    • Note: These should not be confused with musicians following teammates in order to buff them and support them in combat.
  • Once to the point of near-extinction; however they went through a strong resurgence. I suggest we continue to make it a brief one.
  • Hates pacifist killers, will force people to convert to pacifism.
  • Might kill people who want combat instead of peace if they are the only ones who don't support peace

Good Pacifists

  • Understands that people play Blood & Iron for the combat. (Ex: campers).
  • When caught, will surrender and hope for the best.
  • Starts Discord (or whatever other service) group and create private server just for friendly roleplaying in order to not disrupt normal players games.
  • When playing with others who play for combat, plays with them and does not push their pacifistic views on them.
  • Understands that game is focused on killing, accepts that people are going to kill them.

Musician Army

  • Pretending to be a pacifist band or orchestra.
  • Uncommon.
  • Merely disguised as Pacifists.
  • Mediocre to God in skills.


  • Always vote for maps that support cavalry.
  • Abuses the horse flying glitch to fly to the sky.
  • Usually a hussar/bugler.
  • Pretends to be a god, Santa or something unreal with magical powers.
  • Can be taken down best by being a rifleman.
  • Usually dancing on top of the horse and playing their bugle/dancing on their saddle.
  • Can delay the round for between a few minutes to the round being inconclusive if they are the last player alive in a team.
  • Sometimes teaches other how to do the glitch.
  • Extremely rare to the point of near-extinction due to the uselessness of the horse flying glitch other than delaying the round or be a skir-miss-er with a musketoon.

Holy People

  • Always vote for Plancenoit, La Rothiere, Unterlaichling, and Falenty for the churches.
  • Pretends to be a preacher, reverend, priest, etc.
  • Either pacifists or pacifist hunters.
    • Pacifist skills are mostly Noob to Mediocre.
    • Pacifist Hunter skills are Mediocre to Pro.
  • Does stereotypical Christian things like: prayers, masses, funerals, confessions, and yelling DEUS VULT, INFIDEL (Some also ruthlessly hunt "Atheists" through multiple matches).
  • Always have a contingent of Patriots ready to "remove the kebab". (cannot be killed by normal anti-roleplay)
  • Sometimes are musicians and set music for funerals for the Christians.
  • Note that some "Mass" can be turned out to be a trap.
  • Host church services in an attempt to bring peace and equality within the game, when it always comes to a bloody downfall in each round.


  • Keep telling everyone about the real history.
    • Can sometimes be annoying and heated.
  • Mediocre-Expert in skills.
    • Usually type too much and end up getting shot while talking.
  • Keeps correcting everybody's mistakes.
  • Often comes into conflict with "Historians", mostly winning
  • Toxic sometimes
  • some historians might actually be nice
  • Rare.....unless you chat something to trigger them


  • Will usually pick officer as this is the most melee-orientated class with a guaranteed sword
  • Can be seen charging toward the enemy team with sword in the left guard
  • This is due to it being the most similar to the Iaijutsu ready stance
  • People who don't do this are not true Weeaboos. DO NOT TRUST THEM.\
  • Will be merciful to surrendered people the majority of the time, because it is "honorable"
  • Occasionally screams random phrases in japanese
  • Very rare

The Organised Army

  • An entire army with a whole rank system and/or regiment organization within the armed force
  • Usually led by a "General/ Field Marshal"
  • These "Generals" have lowing ranking officers who take command of small groups of a specific regiment
  • Usually, this is a really bad idea since the officers are just a bunch of idiots who have no experience in commanding an army in the game.
  • The regular soldier usually ignore these players and do their own thing
  • However, if the officers in charge are experienced and are good motivators who bring out the nationalism in the soldiers, it can be a ruthless fight force
  • Trash to Pro in skills
  • Quite rare

The Potato Kingdom

  • If not one of the newest kingdom's, and being pretty hated already.
  • A-small-joke that'll probably not grow big.
  • "Single-potato brains


This section details other types of players.

The Absolute "Gods"

  • Often pretend to be an Absolute God, often fail
  • Noob to Pro
  • Very Rare
  • Will go rifle, will fail massively
  • Still has a good attitude, however a bit cocky

The "Noob"

  • Pretends to be a noob, asks how to shoot, etc.
  • Usually performs the bait trick where they aim somewhere else and quickly spin around to fire, hitting 90% of the time
  • Expert at melee, will pretend to be trash then YEET you in a CQC 1v1.
  • Usually infantry, sapper, rifleman, or officer


  • Can be a branch of Phantom Forces kids, but some come from other games.
  • Noob - Pro in skills
  • The worst ones try to play Blood & Iron like they play the game they come from.
  • The good ones apply strategies from the game they come from in Blood & Iron, knowing that B&I and the other game they play can be completely different, but some strategies are good in both games.
  • Very rare.


  • Usually Cavalry or Sharpshooters.
  • Scouts for enemies ahead.
  • Mediocre-Pro in skills.

Wild Scotsmen

  • Members of Great Britain (sometimes the French Empire with their Irish Legion).
  • Are mostly Bagpipers except for the occasional steel pistol-using Black Watch officers.
  • Head-on chargers if called for.
  • Follow other Scotsmen.
  • Skills range from Good to Pro.
  • Really gutsy and suicidal.
  • Always yelling.


  • Often praises their Faction while Taunting Rival Faction.
    • A common insult seen is calling the French "French Fries" or "baguettes".
  • A "Patriot" player can say either "Glory to (insert faction)" or in a German-speaking faction "(insert German Faction two times) über alles". If playing as France, they always say "Vive La France" or (if they don't know French very well) "Viva la France". If playing as Russia, they will often say "For the Motherland!" or "For the Tsar!"
  • Will spam chat with cheers and glories when they win, and justifications when they lose.
  • May be either Newbie, Mediocre-skilled or Pro/God in skills.
  • Common.


  • Might carry either a Ranged Weaponry or Melee Weaponry.
  • Available to Russian Empire, Duchy of Warsaw faction.
  • Will rant if they get a "bad" loadout.
  • Wildcards
  • Are either really gullible and absolute trash or really, really good to the point where it's frightening
  • (Melee Fighters) Sneaks at the enemy or even charging till they die.
  • (Ranged Fighters) Might be either a Sniper or a Back up to a Melee Fighter.
  • Might be Newbie-Mediocre in Skills.
  • Probably praises our lord and savior, The Branch. (Even if they wear Soup-Pots on their heads sometimes, Warsaw, Russia...)
  • Sometimes toxic (Due to popularity of partisans)
  • Common.

The "SS"

  • Part of the Kingdom of Prussia
  • Either part of the Freikorps or Lieb-Hussaren "Der totenkopfen" Hussar Regiments (Because of the black uniform, and the "Totenkopf" insignia for the hussars, which was adopted by the SS).
  • These specific types of players are usually towards the fringe of the right wing of the political spectrum.
  • Doesn't see the other team as players but as "undesirables" (i.e. Jews, Gays etc.)
  • Will see themselves as the most elite force in the game
  • Will usually carry out "missions" to protect the "Reich"
  • Usually toxic
  • Will always try to say "SEIG HEIL" or "HEIL" in short
  • Trash to pro skills
  • Uncommon


  • Usually riflemen, sharpshooters, and cavalry.
  • Can destroy a whole team alone.
  • Can be strategist.
  • Good against campers.
  • Weak against Counter-Flankers.
  • Good to God in skill

The Master Flankers

  • The super skilled version of 'Flankers' which has very similar traits
  • always riflemen, not sharpshooter
  • would sneak behind the enemy via a route far from the fighting areas and suddenly attack the rear of a group of infantry
  • Seen mostly on infantry only forest/urban maps
  • Would suddenly appear behind you and before you can react, would kill you
  • Have the ability to kill sappers without even getting hit
  • Very skilled: Pro-God skills (but the good ones are master-god skills)
  • even if spotted and pursued in an attack by counter-flankers can still wipe out the enemy as they're highly skilled
  • very dangerous
  • Can have personalities ranging from 'The "skilled" player' to 'Strategists' Artillery


  • Usually riflemen or sharpshooters.
  • known as the rearguard in real life
  • Stays close to their team.
  • Protect their teammates from Flankers.
  • Usually Flankers as well.
  • Good against Flankers.
  • Good to God in skills.
  • Can be unlucky depending on who they are against.
  • Sometimes get slaughtered by the 'Master Flankers'


  • Sappers builds "stairs" to climb onto a building's roof.
  • Rankers act as Sharpshooters.
  • Dodges every shot.
  • Note: Roof-climbing can be a reliable tactic on some maps.
  • Mediocre to pro.

Non-English Speaking Players

  • Usually, speak either Spanish or Brazilian-Portuguese.
  • Sometimes speak French, German, or Russian out of role-playing.
  • Uncommon.
  • Beginner to mediocre in experience.
    (Translation: How do I play!) (thank you, random citizen!)

Silent Players

  • Never talks.
    • Often listening to the in-game music or their own.
  • Wild card.
    • Beginner to God.
    • Rare.


  • May use cavalry almost all time.
  • Are PRO or GOD in skills.
  • Most of the time/always hit a victim while on horse.
  • They will dodge stakes, bayonets, and bullets just to stab you.
  • Usually use hussars.
  • Are very hard to shoot at, because they just begin dancing in front of you.
  • They can be good even when off horseback.
  • Know how to counter every anti-cavalry tactic you may use.
  • Rare.


  • Usually sapper, ranker, or pikemen/lancers off horse.
  • Always build a lot of stakes to kill horses. (If sapper)
  • When they encounter a cavalry, they sit down and bayonet to instant kill the horse. (If ranker)
  • Pretends to talk or be busy with something else then turns around and stabs the horse. (If Pikemen or lancers (if horse is dead).
  • Good - God in skills.
  • Rare.


  • These people always try to get at least 2 people attracted and form a company. (Which is a fire-team...)
  • They'll do line battles which sometime can be good to the team.
  • Mediocre - Pro in skills.
  • Extremely Rare.


  • Uses uniforms similar to the enemy team's rankers (Ex: French ranker dressed as a Duchy of Nassau ranker)
  • Pretend to be one of them.
  • Wait for the perfect time to strike.
  • Good - God in skills
  • Very Rare.
  • Usually kill multiple enemies.


  • Surrenders at beginning of game.
  • Walks into the enemy base, expecting not to be killed.
  • Complains about war crime after being killed.
  • Noob - Beginner in skills.
  • Often become human meat shields
  • Uncommon.


  • Often Historians.
  • Play various roles and classes.
  • Mediocre - God in skills.
  • Know a lot about communism and other politics, probably more than you.
  • Officers are "commissars", Partisans are "workers and farmers" ...
  • Will gladly join a charge with a shout "For Communism!"
  • Doesn't like the United Kingdom.
  • Anyone not Russian is considered a "Capitalist Pig".
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Branch Extremists

  • Part of either the Polish or Russian peasant division.
  • Fearless.
  • Great to God in skill.
  • The reason people use cavalry to fly (as they wish not to be destroyed by their power)
  • The Branch is treated as a holy relic and is wielded as such.
  • Rarely are worshipped by people who witnessed their full power.
  • These people usually witness their squad get slaughtered, then kill the Branch Extremists and start to worship them.
  • Will camp church towers and make anyone who dares climb up regret being born.
  • Rare - (Depends on the map, and what weapon they get.).
  • Practical brothers of Axe Wielding and Sledgehammer brothers.

Sledgehammer Fanatics

  • Partisans, either Polish or Russian
  • Believe the Sledgehammer has magical powers
  • Wields the power of Zeus.
  • Pro to God in skill.
  • Will likely spawn reset to get Sledgehammer
  • Rare due to maps and random weapon choices
  • Makes all of the enemy team run in fear, to save themselves from their skull being caved in by the mighty Hammer
  • Is worshiped by a small amount of people
  • When killed after a large massacre, they will usually be t-bagged
  • Believe they are invincible


  • Doots when they win/lose/die/get a kill
  • Always a Bugler
  • Rare
  • Can be normal to master in skills

The Flag Corps

  • Usually lead by the popular memer cash713.
  • Everybody goes color bearer.
  • Run in swinging melee at the speed of light whenever being attacked

Bayonet Bois

  • Uncomon
  • Always pick line infantry
  • mediocre to god in skill
  • Only use bayonets
  • Make full use of the bayonet's range and advantages to M U R D E R you
  • Little cousin of server stompers
  • Sometimes in a group
  • Organized version and enemy of branch extremists

Death Squads

  • 2-4 players in a group, they always go together or work together.
  • Probably comparable to the Waffen SS because of how brutal they are
  • Trash-Pro depending on the player's skills. Tend to be on the better side, however.
  • When good, are extremely hard to beat
  • Work together, and exploit their strengths and compensate for their weaknesses
  • Usually same regiment, with sometimes a mix with officers, infantrymen, sappers, musicians, color-bearers, and riflemen
  • Will mow you down and make you rage
  • When one dies, they act as a scout drone.


  • More uncommon than above, but quite similar
  • Usually in groups of 2-5 players.
  • Work together, almost always go officer, sometimes go rifleman or infantryman
  • Trash-Pro in skill, depends
  • Can either be a simple nuisance or a server-destroying machine
  • Usually less coordinated, yet still quite effective
  • Sometimes racist, saying "shoot all blacks on sight". Then again, they ARE acting as the LAPD

The Boomer

  • Is a player who has played the game for more than 2 years
  • often decent to god in skill
  • one can STOMP the enemy team in a matter of minutes
  • has never heard of discord
  • Tends to have CONNIPTIONS when a common glitch occur ( e.g : backilling )
  • Often very rare to find
  • can be throwing a tantrum if they get killed to much by backilling or denied hits
  • often complaints alot about how many of the game glitches havent been fixed yet and is a huge problem
  • Some of them ( Like xxjojoxx35, Lieutenant_Zaki, etc. ) are friends with the developers
  • Often uses rarer classes like flag bearer
  • It is said that they play with a old broken down laptop that cannot even charge and have the bugged 2 key ( when pressed, will display 21 instead of 2.

The Real Hackers

  • Hacks
  • Kills all of the enemy team
  • Really Really Really Really Really Really Really Really Really Rare like one guy.
  • goes rifles
  • ends the game
  • Hacker Level


  • Blocks every shots of his/her/its own team
  • Cooperates with enemy
  • If enemy team is merciful will surrender at last
  • Ruins the game for riflemen
  • Makes enemy sappers get easy kills
  • Breaks own teams structures
  • Rare
  • Trash-Good in skills,sometimes troll


  • Pretends to be nice to surrendered players
  • Gives em soup and makes graves for them
  • Kills all surrender
  • Uncommon
  • trash-hacker

Serial killer / murderer

  • Pretends to be pacifist
  • Sapper
  • Makes soup for guy who they are chasing
  • Lures them and when they are of guard they, then axes-em
  • Most likely one shot since the enemy is probably weak
  • A branch of Pacifist hunter
  • good-god
  • uncommon-rare

The Advertisers

  • Advertises their group
  • Can be anything
  • Trash-Hacker
  • Common-Uncommon
  • Causes Annoyance


This section details players that have a heavy sense of humor and seek more into comedy. They are liked by the community

Average Memers

  • Most of the time types memes into chat.
    • like spamming stereotypes of their countries they're playing.
  • Mostly not useful at all.
  • Rare
  • Mediocre-Good

JoJo Fans

  • JoJo references.
    • "GERMAN SCIENCE IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD", "ZA WARUDO!", "I reject my soup, JoJo!","Gun is MIGHTER than the sword!" -That unnamed infantry before get backstab by Sappers  while trying to snipe Calvary
  • Most of the time useless (muda), but is rarely a God.
  • I swear if i hear a "FUNNY ORIGINAL JOJO REFERENCE MEME WHOLESOME 10000" one more time. (Common)
  • Mediocre to Good.

Evangelion Fans

  • Always reference The End of Evangelion;
    • "The End of Sappers: You can (not) Construct".
    • "The End of Soup: You can (not) Sell".
    • Extremely rare
  • Talkative.

Actual Funny Dude

  • Tells quality joke.
    • most of the jokes are thought up on spot on what they're doing
  • Use a lot of memes to tell said joke.
  • Most of the time useful in a fight.
  • Almost non-existent.
  • Great-God

Sapper the Artist

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Example of sapper art during a battle

(Read the text above in a French accent) [hint : it's "sapper is autistic"]
  • Only plays sapper
  • Use sapper to build art, texts, or offensive symbols (swastikas)
    • Ex : A text that says "Memes 4 Life" that's made from sandbag or chevaux.
  • Useless
  • may write swear words
  • Rare+
  • Mediocre-Good
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    A french sapper making the french flag and "FRANCE" using dirt

British Gentleman

  • Tries to act like a Gentleman (specifically British).
  • Never rude to anybody.
  • Motivate people that are protected by him.
  • Rare.
  • Good-Pro in experience.

Press F Memers

  • Will spam f to pay respects to their fallen comrades.
  • Mediocre-Good.
  • Can spam f even more to an sapper's graveyard.
  • Legit rare.
  • Will commit shove butter knife forcefully insert butter slicing sharp bladed utensil in head.


  • Says FBI OPEN UP when they find a camper inside a house.
  • Would do anything to break into the house.
  • Would attempt to convince a camper out of the building.
  • Tries to say police terminology.
  • Good to amazing.
  • Uncommon.

Rare Types of Players

This section details certain types of players that aren't very common during battles.


  • Attempt to find a partner.
  • Always saying "123 for a (bf/gf)".
  • Never survive a round for more than two minutes.
  • Eventually leaves after one or two rounds.
  • Will do dumb sacrifices for their bf/gf.
  • Sooooo RARE to the point you may never see them.
  • Noob in experience.

Phantom Forces Kids

  • "Gay".
  • Demand modern weaponry and sprinting to be added.
  • Dislike everyone in general.
  • Salty.
  • Constantly rage-quit. (Due to the waiting time.)

Sapper King

  • Has most or all of their team following or devoting.
  • Master of building.
  • Other players look up to them.
  • Often the most protected person.
  • Deified.
  • Those that follow him/her will often be other sappers, noobs and/or cowards.
  • Followers will avenge their fallen leader, often by charging the enemy with much hatred directed towards them.
  • Great at strategies.

Corner Camper

  • Has most or all of their team following or devoting.
  • Have their team sitting at one corner of the map so that they cannot be flanked.
  • Sometimes have a great strategy, sometimes those strategies turn out disastrous.
  • These type of people has 120 IQ.
  • Extremely rare.


  • Uncommon
  • These players copy and paste quotes or songs.
  • Examples are the USSR anthem.
  • Rare.
  • They would spam the copypasta almost non-stop.
  • Usually ends up getting muted by some players who don't want chat to get flooded.

The Incredibly Laggy One

  • 3 frames per second.
  • Probably playing on a potato.
  • Noob to God in skills.
  • Only Infantry, Cavalry or Sapper.
  • Typically seen flying through the sky on a horse or phasing through a door. Either way, will somehow beat you in CQC.
  • Either dies in the first 30 seconds or survives the whole round.

Barrel Campers

    • Uncommon to the point you may see them
    • Utterly useless
    • Utterly invincible
    • Either get killed by axe or lucky shot
    • NEVER EVER leave their barrels
    • Wait for the enemy to come close then M U R D E R them
    • Decent-God

"The film makers"

  • Youtubers. what else can i say?
  • Very rare.
  • Skilled warriors.
  • Often....interesting.
  • They also have the power to form l ranks.
  • Below is all of the branches of youtubers. Be aware that Tfm means film maker/ the flim maker.

FM 1 "Mass editor"

  • A very uncommon tfm, Uses memes, mortal combat brutality moments, and mlg sound effects, you name it. A notable one I found was The 10 Inch Punisher. (congrats malcomistic!)
  • Part of the trollers, depending on their video's behavior and purpose.

FM 2 "The (non)Commissioned"

  • A respected figure in their group.
  • Usually does line battles, and group-related things.
  • If is wealthy with robux, will afford a vip server for trainings.
  • Rare/ uncommon.


  • This is the only page that got revamped multiple times.
    • This also seems like this page is the most popular in the entire wiki.
    • It is a very respected segment of the B&I wiki.
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