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The Seven

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« on: <04-14-11/2320:08> »
Quote from: SR4A, p.265, under Street Cred
Street Cred represents a character's lifetime accomplishments in the shadows. The longer she's been around, the more he's done and seen, the more respect she'll get from her peers.

Quote from: SR4A, p.265, under Notoriety
A character's Notoriety reflects the negative side of her reputation— how difficult she is to get along with, how stubborn she is, how many stupid mistakes she's made and failures she's had. Notoriety can also reflect callousness, untrustworthiness, and any evil aspects to a character's personality that might spur others to steer clear of her.

Shouldn't we be able to see what of our comments in the forum got applauded and which got smitten, but obviously not by whom?

I'unno, I get curious sometimes.
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« Reply #1 on: <04-14-11/2344:56> »
Ah, but you Rep scores may not be based on specific comments you make. For instance, a good portion of my negative rep is because some forum residents don't like that I chose such an obvious alias.

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« Reply #2 on: <04-14-11/2350:59> »
Point made, but I still think something could be done about it. Like seeing what comments earned you rep and how many "hits" did a specific non-comment action got you.

I'unno, I'm drunk and sleepy.
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« Reply #3 on: <04-15-11/0002:42> »
Posting on the IntraWebs while drunk and sleepy, that's worth a mark against you.  :P
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« Reply #4 on: <04-15-11/0019:28> »
At least I'm honest about my habits.
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« Reply #5 on: <04-15-11/0145:08> »
Well, I never really liked the Reputation System neither the one in the BBB nor the one from here

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« Reply #6 on: <04-15-11/0158:17> »
Quote from: SR4A, p.265, under Street Cred
Street Cred represents a character's lifetime accomplishments in the shadows. The longer she's been around, the more he's done and seen, the more respect she'll get from her peers.

Quote from: SR4A, p.265, under Notoriety
A character's Notoriety reflects the negative side of her reputation— how difficult she is to get along with, how stubborn she is, how many stupid mistakes she's made and failures she's had. Notoriety can also reflect callousness, untrustworthiness, and any evil aspects to a character's personality that might spur others to steer clear of her.

Shouldn't we be able to see what of our comments in the forum got applauded and which got smitten, but obviously not by whom?

I'unno, I get curious sometimes.
It'd be kind of cool (and maybe, just maybe, could even turn forum rep into something useful and positive), but it's my understanding that the core forum code just doesn't allow for it.

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« Reply #7 on: <04-15-11/0228:25> »
It'd be kind of cool (and maybe, just maybe, could even turn forum rep into something useful and positive), but it's my understanding that the core forum code just doesn't allow for it.
Rep is like air. You don't care about it as long as it's good, and you have a lot of it.

Note: Critias Rep 168/ -8

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« Reply #8 on: <04-15-11/0342:38> »
Well, it's JackPoint style rep, and I'm cool with it. Works just fine.
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« Reply #9 on: <04-15-11/0433:38> »
It'd be kind of cool (and maybe, just maybe, could even turn forum rep into something useful and positive), but it's my understanding that the core forum code just doesn't allow for it.
Rep is like air. You don't care about it as long as it's good, and you have a lot of it.

Note: Critias Rep 168/ -8

:P
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« Reply #10 on: <04-15-11/0749:54> »
It'd be kind of cool (and maybe, just maybe, could even turn forum rep into something useful and positive), but it's my understanding that the core forum code just doesn't allow for it.
Rep is like air. You don't care about it as long as it's good, and you have a lot of it.

Note: Critias Rep 168/ -8

:P
What're you trying to do, jinx me?
Even if I was, it's not working! It's now 169/-8

You reputable shadowrunner, you! :D
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« Reply #11 on: <04-15-11/0801:23> »
I just gave Critias one more   ;D  :P


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« Reply #12 on: <04-15-11/1528:29> »
*points left*
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« Reply #13 on: <04-15-11/1749:31> »
*points left*

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« Reply #14 on: <04-15-11/1802:52> »
Medic asked me to change it on the german SR board we both frequent, because it was too distracting for him ^^
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