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In relation to the current suggestion I agree with the points made by demerphq, jeffa and jryan, Worst Nodes as it is serves a valid role in this community. However I have been wondering recently if the visibility of Worst Nodes should become a level power accessible only by Monks of some level and above thus removing the public scoreboard as it is currently used by one or more trolls. I don't have a particular preference for which level should first get the power but I think it should be as low as possible whilst still providing a barrier, the idea is to remove the target, hopefully then the trolls will take up something more constructive or just go elsewhere to play.

The only disadvantage I can see is to the esteemed Anonymous Monk who is very often a valuable contributor to this site.

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In reply to Re: Worst Nodes and Making Lemonade by greenFox
in thread Worst Nodes and Making Lemonade by idsfa

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