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What do the prefixes mean?

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Recruitment Prefixes
The following prefixes are in regards to recruitment:
- Invite Only
- Selectively Recruiting
- Recruiting
- Not Recruiting

Invite Only - The clan only allows people to join if they have invited them.
Selectively Recruiting - A clan is looking to take on a limited amount of members.
Recruiting - A clan is actively looking to take on members.
Not Recruiting - A clan isn't looking to take on any members at the current time.

If a clan has the "Recruiting" prefix, you're entitled to ask to join, in which leaders of that clan will decide whether you'll be accepted. If a clan has any other prefix (or no prefix at all) it's advised that they may not be recruiting and you may be better off posting in the thread here to look for a clan.

Track Type Prefixes
The following prefixes are in regards to track types:
- Mixed
- Regular Tracks
- Custom Tracks

Mixed - The team plays both Regular and Custom tracks.
Regular Tracks - The team solely plays Regular tracks (32 tracks made by Nintendo).
Custom Tracks - The team solely plays Custom tracks (A distribution featuring many community-made tracks, for example CTGP-R)

If you have any questions in regards to these definitions, please feel free to ask a member of staff.
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