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Petition to Remove Democracy and Reinstate Anarchy (Ironically)

132 Signatures Goal: 1,000

The Democracy setting on "Twitch Plays Pokemon" has changed the nature of the game. "Twitch Plays Pokemon" is an interesting social experiment, and the Democracy setting is not what the experiment should be. It makes it boring and slow, and is primarily there just for the people that have no interest in waiting and watching, but want to do everything perfectly. The Anarchy setting allows the community that has built up around this game to actually cohesively work together, which it has been able to do. Sure, it has not been quick, but that is not the point. The point is seeing if a mass of tens of thousands of people can simultaneously control something, and not to vote on every single move. And the fact is, the members of this new community have managed to make an immense amount of progress in this game. The Democracy setting is killing the spirit of "Twitch Plays Pokemon," and the constant fighting for control between the Anarchy and Democracy factions has slowed the flow of the game even more than it had been previously. Get rid of Democracy, and reinstate Anarchy, in the name of the spirit of the experiment, this new community, the Helix Fossil, and the irony of this petition.

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    Noah United States
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    Joseph Trotesty
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    James Sutton
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    Lee Boothby
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    Mark Zuc
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    Brian Wacker
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    Jordan Silverman
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    Matt Swanson
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