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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #13

In regards to the xp I am missing ALL of my previous experience. I cannot find a second account or anything. So have I basically lost all of my xp prior to 2013 since I cannot enter this?

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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #14

I am also in that spot of not being able to find my Medallion of Nobility anywhere. Darn kids probably lost it.

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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #15

All this talk of computers...

I counted 911 players who are level 5 and above. You could print a list of every player who either is or will be eligible for extra treasure draws on just 5 or 6 sheets of paper, two columns, double-sided.

I'm sure the list will keep getting bigger every year, but for now it seems manageable without wifi.

This doesn't count people with missing xp, of course.
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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #16

Looks like i'm in this position as well. Just checked and I'm 200xp away from level six after I updated my 2013 runs. I will have one or two others in my group that are in the same boat.

So, I want to clarify. We can just bring our 5th level tokens(if we can find them) with us to the treasure pull to get an extra pull?

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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #17

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Correct. If you can find it.
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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #18

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Brad Mortensen wrote: All this talk of computers...

I counted 911 players who are level 5 and above. You could print a list of every player who either is or will be eligible for extra treasure draws on just 5 or 6 sheets of paper, two columns, double-sided.

I'm sure the list will keep getting bigger every year, but for now it seems manageable without wifi.

This doesn't count people with missing xp, of course.


I think there might be a time constraint concern there. I doubt the PTB will want to try anything that might slow down the checkout process after last year.
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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #19

My point wasn't to track XP on paper, but give folks who can't find their MoN or badge holder and whatnot a way to prove they earned extra loot.
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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #20

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I am really hoping bar code technology can be used next year to make it easy to do all this on the spot.
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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #21

Brad Mortensen wrote: My point wasn't to track XP on paper, but give folks who can't find their MoN or badge holder and whatnot a way to prove they earned extra loot.


Might that run the risk of the person that has the Medallion of Nobility showing on the paper that they are really 6th Level, while at the same time loaning their Medallion to someone else in the group that isn't 6th level? That could be complication of using both a list and/or showing the various items.

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Re: Level Rewards 7 years 3 months ago #22

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That's already a risk. There's nothing that would prevent them from being loaned out.
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