Okay, there's something about some of these submissions that's driving me nuts, but I never said anything until now. There are a whole bunch of defeats by elimination because people challenge themselves by not replacing their dead investigators. Now that's all well and good - house rules and other such variations can enhance the game!
But shouldn't these be labeled as defeat by forfeit? If you had one investigator, and she got killed, and YOU CHOSE not to replace her as per the rules of the game, isn't that a forfeit? (I'm looking at line 439 here, but also most, if not all, of the rest of the defeats by "elimination.") The ONLY WAY you should have a defeat by elimination is to have 16 (or 24 if you're playing UF) devoured investigators. (And that would be very difficult (if not impossible in vanilla where no rewards have you removing doom tokens) to do with the way the doom track and devouring rules work.) So there should NOT be very many of these.
I know it's not the most official data, but couldn't we at least try to keep it standard to the printed rules? I mean, it's not my data, so it's ultimately up to Tibs - just wanted to point it out.