Are there any guides or thoughts on decorum when spectating a game on Jinteki or OCTGN?
Recently I was having a nice game when a Stimhacker joined as a spectator and said hello, nothing wrong with that.
Then he told my opponent I was really good and that he was in trouble. I presumed at this point they were friends having light-hearted banter. Turns out not though. Is it a bit weird to start that sort of conversation in a game you're not playing? I think it would be unusual in a game I am playing in.
Later the Stimhacker commented on a card my opponent played with something along the lines of "I wonder if that card will ever be good". I don't know what the intent was, but all I could see was someone playing their game and a random spectator saying "that card is rubbish, you shouldn't play it". But maybe my interpretation is off. Either way I don't really think it's helpful to discuss choices while two people are trying to have a game.
On a separate occasion (well more than one) I've had " helpful" spectators try to point out things that were missed or rules clarifications. As far as I can recall, most of these have been incorrect, and all were unsolicited.
Do we have an article on etiquette for spectators? Should you get involved in a game in progress? How much is too much? Am I mithering about nothing?
Invited guests are one thing but if you go poking around in someone else's game, are there tacit rules or behaviours we should be following?