Although the key takeaways in these guidelines are still important for players to know, this checklist summarizes the most essential steps players should take to maximize their chances of getting their record approved!
Although these guidelines aim to cover a wide variety of aspects to the Demon List, these rules are not necessarily exhaustive and may require re-wording in the future.
Any player that attempts to evade these guidelines via a loophole in the wording of any given rule will be subject to the same punishment as if that rule was broken.
Whenever a new guideline is released, we understand that players may mistakenly overlook new policies, especially in regard to record submission.
On a case-by-case basis, the list team may decide to grant a one-time exception for these scenarios while explicitly telling the player the necessary procedures to follow in the future. Asking the team for an exception does not increase your likelihood of receiving one!
Over time, we are likely to add new guidelines detailing the criteria that a record must meet to qualify for the list. However, some records may not fit the current submission guidelines because they were still acceptable at the time of submission.
However, the list team will almost never retroactively reject old records following a guidelines update, because it would not be fair to the record holders who followed the guidelines in place at the time.
The Stats Viewer on this website includes a nationality feature, in which players may request a nationality to be associated with their name.
Any abuse of this system (e.g. blatantly fabricating a country of origin) will result in permanent exclusion from this feature.
The following list details the hacks (from the "Mega Hack") that we allow for records submitted to the list. Players should assume that any hack that is not on this list is not allowed. If you believe that something should be added this list, feel free to contact us through our Discord server!