I think this might be a good solution. I would take it
Only allow Anon
posts on the root node of
to replies of that node. So you could have:
root node by anon
then a reply by a named monk that asks for clarification or such
Then there can be an anon reply to that.
This would allow anon monks
questions, but if they troll, just don't reply and in most
cases it can be deleted if warranted. (yech grammar)
That would stop posts like: [no such node, ID 52589]
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