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The experience-game is rolling, and in not-so-far-future Ikegami and BrowserUK will reach the magical 100000 points. Three cheers for them!

Unfortunately, this gives us a problem: according to our Voting/Experience System, they would reach Level 28 then - and become Pope. But there can be only one! We must face this problem - and I propose to introduce a new rank starting with 100000XP.

Now this leads us to the following question, which I'd like to solve by a poll:

The new rank below Pope should be called

  • Lama
  • Nuncios
  • Patriarch
  • Evangelist
  • Enlightened
  • Angel
  • Messiah
  • Vice-Pope
  • Honorable Paco
  • violate the Highlander Principle and let us all be Pope!
  • other (please give us your proposal)

Update 2010-08-19: Now that both have reached the magical 100000XP (Congratulations for reaching the goal, and thanks for all your support being behind that numbers!), this poll no longer makes sense.

In reply to Re: poll ideas quest 2010 - more than one pope? by Ratazong
in thread poll ideas quest 2010 by pollsters

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