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It just seems sudden to me. I realize that people have been talking about chaning the XP system, but I kind of hoped things would go a bit more slowly. Sometimes there is a great deal of lag time between proposals and action (like, whatever happened to the proposals for quests?).

Regardless, I have a suggestion: why not make the first couple of levels a bit more spread out? I mean it doesn't take much to get to monk level and if we really want levels to reflect that someone is knowledgable about perl and perticipates in the site, then make the first few ranks harder to attain.

Two other things I really wanted to add:

1. I definately don't think that anyone should lose rank or XP except in cases of serious negative voting (like -10).

2. Current levels/XP shouldn't be downgraded due to the XP system's just unfair to have retroactive rule changes.


In reply to RE: (Ozymandias) RE: RE: Proposed XP System Changes by ivory
in thread Proposed XP System Changes by vroom

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