Welcome to Librarium Online!
Join our community of 80,000+ members and take part in the number one resource for Warhammer and Warhammer 40K discussion!
Registering gives you full access to take part in discussions, upload pictures, contact other members and search everything!
Apologies if this has already been brought up and I've missed it.
I've noticed that many users rep power has taken quite a leap in the past few hours. Mine has almost doubled. Is this an intended change with the new non-neg-rep system, or something else entirely?
its a little easier to get points for forum participating etc so it have jumped because of that
Blackhat's new blog network for terrain crafters!
Are you going to update the rep entry in the rules section to let us know exactly what the criteria etc for earning rep and its uses and benefits are now you have changed the system?
EDIT: On that note, the moderator badge still shows as green on the 'Ranks and Titles' page. Maybe we could get that turned to the navy blue, as it currently stands.
Thread found here:
Last edited by Rabbit; March 24th, 2008 at 07:17.
Spambot kill tally. . .337
Whoa, those rep powers are huge! I'll see if mine has changed at all when I click to post this message.
[EDIT: Yep, it's more than doubled, up from 15 to 34]
I'm not too keen on this really, because now I think it will get a bit too easy to get huge rep scores. It took a long time for some of the members here to build up their big totals, so it seems a bit of a shame that it's now easier.
I agree that giving people higher rep scores is a bad idea, it will make it much easier to gain a higher reputatation which will take the fun out of it, I think making it slighly easier to gain rep is a good idea but not twice as easy. Also people who have remained faithful to the site for a long time and have very high rep power will see others catching up quickly,
Armies: Space Marines: 3500ptsSpace Wolves: 2000pts (in Progress)Click here to join Travian: http://www.travian.co.uk/?uc=uk5_662
If you hover over your rep stars, you'll see that the message hasn't changed, unless you actually gained enough rep to acquire the next "level." And if you look at your user cp, your numbers are probably the same, too.
Your accumulated rep is the same. It's the rep power that reflects the actual rep total that's new.
Now as to how much rep you'll dole out with then new changes, that I don't know. Once we see the matrix for how rep is determined, we'll know more.
I don't see it as a bad thing; it just means adjusting the scale, so to say.
I'll take your own rep power of 135 as an example; many members now have really high scores like that and it won't take long at all now for people to achieve rep totals which were previously only attained by few members. Just one rep hit from certain members is enough to get someone new over the old enhanced threshold, and even just 8 from you/people with similar levels would get someone new to over 1000 rep.
I think that considering how long it has taken people to get the rep totals they have now, it seems a bit unfair that you'll roughly get twice as much (or more) rep per hit as you used to.
Veteran level may need to be amended to reflect the higher rep totals.