Hey, my name's Adar and like many others, I imagine - I got hooked on TGM because of AGDQ. I play TGM2 daily nowadays and I can clear normal mode fairly often (I still royally suck but I've only been at it for a week or two). I tried T.A Death mode and realized just how unsustainable my stacking tactics are in high gravity situations. I get demolished nearly-instantly (The best I got was to level 90). I told myself I should probably learn how to stack in low gravity normal mode before I move on to Death/Master modes, but I now feel like that's shooting myself in the foot.. You simply can't transition that way gracefully, because your mind will tend to want to do things that you simply can't or otherwise really shouldn't do.. So how do I avoid this pitfall and still make progress? I feel like I get a little bit better after playing T.A Death but I really can't tell. It's such a huge jump from normal/master modes that it feels like there should be something in the middle. So I figured I should probably set up nullpomino on a difficulty that's somewhere in the middle that wouldn't foster bad habits like normal mode and would't absolutely demolish me like T.A Death... do you guys have any idea how to configure it that way? I love playing TGM specifically because of those arcade-y sounds and blipblops and the awesome tetris rules it's abiding by, so I'm not too excited about switching to a different game.. but if that means that in the long run I get to enjoy TGM more than I do now then that's what I'm going to do. I hope this thread isn't breaking any rules.. I felt the topic was distinguished enough but maybe I'm wrong. P.S - You guys are awesome! I don't know how many times I watched Kevin's GM stream and AGDQ and I'm looking forward to watching the mysterious "TGM Crew" in SGDQ in a couple of weeks!