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Well, I am joing this one rather late, and have had the "advantage" of seeing other monk's comments. My feelings are:
  1. ++ to Footpad for putting forward the suggestion.
  2. For those people who claim not to be interested in all this XP whoring rubbish, well, just ignore it as I am sure you already ignore the existing levels and any XP gains you may make.
  3. For the rest of us, it is just another fun element in participating in this community. I for one would still be just as involved if there was no such thing as XP and levels, but it does add to the enjoyment.
  4. However, I am sure vroom is fully occupied on other things, so I don't expect to see too many "Incarnations of the Camel" within the next few days.

Ken (I am NOT an XP whore) Maclir.


In reply to Re: Level Proposal by Maclir
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