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The Jason/Counselor algorithm appears to either be broken or just poorly designed. I've played a few matches where folks with the Counselor preference selected are still playing as Jason an equal amount to others in the lobby. The following is how I thought it was going to work and how I think it should work: Ex. 8 playing: 4 prefer Counselor, 3 prefer Jason, 1 prefers none Jason should be cycling through the players who have selected the Jason preference and "None" No player with counselor preference has to play as Jason in this scenario It should possibly be weighted heavier to those who selected Jason over none Ex. 8 people, all prefer Counselor Each has to take a turn as Jason If a Jason preference player enters the match, he plays as Jason every time Ex. 8 people, all prefer Jason Each takes a turn as Jason If a player with Counselor preference joins, they do not play as Jason I get my examples are redundant but I'm spelling it out. Is this possible? Basically, those who prefer Counselor should only play as Jason when it's a necessity. I've been in a few games where folks have said they have the Counselor preference set and end up as Jason even though there are folks in the lobby with the Jason preference. When you enter a new lobby- it appears to put you at the bottom of the list, behind even those (who were there when you joined) but have selected the Counselor preference. Feel free to add your thoughts.