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  • edit your home node
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  • view the contents of reaped nodes
  • view the scratchpads of new monks (Level 3 and below)
  • read/edit some of the wikis on the site (see jdporter's reply for details)

(Some of the above require a registered user to first attain certain privileges.)

I plan to refer to this list to remind myself of an Anonymous Monk's limitations.


Update: refined due to jdporter's 1st and 3rd replies, and ambrus's reply.

In reply to Restrictions of the Anonymous Monk by toolic

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