Mentality at practice
If they even turn up to practice they’re probably still hung-over anyway. They might be the life and soul of a party, but they’re not reliable teammates and tend to annoy committed players. This type of player is definitely ‘Party Ultimate’ through and through.
They attend practice on a regular basis, but they won’t bother if it’s wet or cold. When they’re there then they probably make an effort to catch the disc during drills, but they never stretch themselves. They think that it will all come together in a game, so why worry about it now?
They attend practice regularly, and they try hard when they are there. They try and think about what every drill focuses on, and they then attempt to get it right. They try hard, and are generally very popular teammates.
This type of player is an absolute perfectionist and loves to push themselves all the time at practice. They’ll try and get it completely right all the time. Sometimes they might try too hard but they’ll chill if they need to. They support the players around them with encouragement, and they attempt to lead by example.
(when you’re one of the subs during a game)
In their own little world. They’re having a chat to friends, they don’t watch the game and they heckle when they do. They love to get involved in calls from the sideline, despite the fact that they weren’t involved.
They’ll watch the game and take on water. End of.
Not only watches the game, also calls out encouragement and praise at appropriate times.
They try as hard as they can to be the eighth player, supporting the team and keeping the level of intensity up. They inform the players about what is happening around them, shout “Up!” at the right times, and generally do everything they can to support the other players. They never get involved in disputes from the sideline.