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I do know that having 'Saint'hood being doled out to anyone who writes a couple of hundred mildly interesting nodes, as well as, say, Tye, merlyn or Abigail-II (or tilly, Erudil or Ovid, or ...insert your favourite contributor here...) who make (or made, in tilly's case) a massive and worthwhile contribution is a bit unfair to say the least.

I challenge you to point out one monk (other than me ;-) who rose to sainthood by nothing more than writing "a couple hundred mildly interesting nodes."

-sauoq
"My two cents aren't worth a dime.";

In reply to Re: Re: XP and level balancing by sauoq
in thread XP and level balancing by bprew

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