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I was was looking at Fastest Rising Monks by blakem and was sort of disapointed that I was not among the elite. Then curiosity got the better of me as I wanted to know how many monks that joined after me had more XP than me.

"Tinymicros", Saints-page, sort on "Since newest":
http://tinymicros.com/pm/index.php?goto=list&sortopt=5&sortlist=1,3&monktype=saint

No need for a script. Just count them... there are 7 who joined after you did and who have more XP: davido, liz, pg, hardburn, diolatevi, adrianh and sauoq. And Roger is hot on your t(r)ail... :-)

Re: L~R: of course, just for fun, programming things like this sure can be fun, but you certainly put in quite an effort... and maybe it is a big load for the server (OK, no extra load, wonderful, well done). Well, it kept you off the street!


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