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Ranking System
IgnatiausDate: Monday, 07-October-2013, 12:21 PM | Message # 1
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The user ranking system is based on number of posts in the forums. The more
posts you've contributed, the higher your rank goes.

Rank 1: Inactive- 0 posts
Rank 2: Newbie- 1 post
Rank 3: Newbie- 20 posts
Rank 4: Poster- 30 posts
Rank 5: Poster- 50 posts
Rank 6: Regular Poster- 75 posts
Rank 7: Regular Poster- 100 posts
Rank 8: Experienced Poster- 125 posts
Rank 9: Experienced Poster- 160 posts
Rank 10: Contributor- 600 posts

The contributor rank was made hard to attain to make sure members don't just spam the forums to gain the rank.
 
joshmcDate: Monday, 07-October-2013, 2:11 PM | Message # 2
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Ichor, I don't mean to brag.(This is just a suggestion) but I think experienced poster shouldn't be so close yo a regular poster.

For example- regular poster-100 posts
Experienced poster-125.

I see them to close together.
 
AlariaDate: Monday, 07-October-2013, 2:21 PM | Message # 3
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I personally don't see why it matters.
That's just my opinion though.
It really is only a ranking
Doesn't bother me any.
 
Shadow333Date: Monday, 07-October-2013, 2:57 PM | Message # 4
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I agree with Alaria. T'is just a rank.
 
joshmcDate: Monday, 07-October-2013, 3:12 PM | Message # 5
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Some members like a rank though and some people don't.
 
AlariaDate: Monday, 07-October-2013, 3:16 PM | Message # 6
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That's true enough.
I just don't care either way.
 
joshmcDate: Monday, 07-October-2013, 4:54 PM | Message # 7
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Fair Enough.
 
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