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 Post subject: Question.
PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 7:21 pm 
Anvil Polisher
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I'm sorry if this is in the wrong category, but i'd just like to know how the users on this forum are ranked: because I noticed i'm still the same rank. :? Plus I saw someone who was beheaded... so... just wondering. =U


 Post subject: Re: Question.
PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2014 10:24 pm 
Chief Smithy
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Copied from the topic seen here.

Like most bulletin boards the BrickForge Forum encourages participation by assigning higher ranks as you accumulate more posts.
The icons get cooler in design and hotter in color as you progress.
Fluffing your post count by submitting non-insightful, one-word or blank posts will result in stripping you of your current rank.

Image 0-4 posts: Someone has to clean up after all the work is done.
Image 5-19 posts: Metal needs water to cool. You need to get it.
Image 20-49 posts: Thanks, Cinderella.
Image 50-74 posts: Clean it up nice and pretty just so we can pound the tar out of it again.
Image 75-99 posts: See those ugly clumps of shards at the bottom of the furnace? Go fetch.
Image 100-149 posts: No blacksmith is any good without his specialized tools.
Image 150-199 posts: A cocktail of acid, dry ice and ammonia does the job. Have a nice day!
Image 200-249 posts: Pulling tongs away at the last minute = giant lump on your head.
Image 250-299 posts: Steady the hand or pull back a nub.
Image 300-349 posts: Assembly line drudge that kicks out frequent results.
Image 350-399 posts: More muscle than mind, but we don't expect much anyways.
Image 400-499 posts: If you managed to get this far, you must be full of hot air.
Image 500-749 posts: Capable of putting some really awesome pieces together.
Image 750-999 posts: Cut these guys and they'll bleed flux!
Image 1000-1499 posts: Likes to chop things up, but is good at smoothing things out afterwards.
Image 1500-1999 posts: Recognized for their notable workmanship.
Image 2000-2999 posts: A proven expert in their field.
Image 3000-3999 posts: Flawlessly designs and fashions notable elements.
Image 4000+ posts: Creates intricate and inspiring pieces of work nobody else can.
Image Recognized for placing fairly high in a tournament.
Image Claimed the grand prize in a tournament.
Image {Officer} Creates, conducts and communicates tournament information.
Image {Officer} Steadfast ambassadors passionate to proclaim fair tidings about BrickForge throughout the realm.
Image {Officer} Mentors and moderates the crew: The fist of justice can make you go bye-bye.
Image {Officer} Assists the Masters in the day-to-day operations of the Forge.
Image {Officer} Devises and develops official elements for the Forge.
Image {Officer} The head honcho, the big cheese, the boss.
Image {Special} Those who have been shamed from ever posting again.
Image {Special} Bestowed upon those providing highly recognized contributions to the community.


Don't worry about the beheadings. Common sense pretty much saves people from that fate. ;)

"I might be a few bricks short of a wall, but they are Lego bricks. Watch where you step, because they hurt like a #*%$#" :)

 Post subject: Re: Question.
PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2014 9:13 am 
Anvil Polisher
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okay, Thanks!


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