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I like that vroom's one million XP level is unattainable for ordinary mortals and suggest it be left alone in the interests of preserving the quirky history and tradition of Perl Monks.

Given that three monks have already scaled the rarefied 100,000 XP plateau, we should ensure their awe-inspiring XP journey remains captivating -- both for them and their many enthralled fans. The obvious way to do that is to simply add a few more levels, something like:

LevelXP# Of VotesTitle
321000000100His Eminence

I'm not that interested in the titles given to these new super-elite levels. Suggestions welcome, especially from those with a passion for religious history and tradition.

In reply to Re^2: Demotions of monks by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread Demotions of monks by syphilis

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