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14 Feb 2015

Scores, Levels, and Ranks

Exonumia | CMCC

I wanted to share of ways to get points and when you go up a level.


What Score You Need to Up a Level:
Level 2: 150 Points
Level 3: 750 Points
Level 4: 2,000 Points
Level 5: 10,000 Points
Level 6: I am guessing 50,000 Points, but I am not sure.

How to Get Points:
Blogs: 35 Points for creating, 5 Points for your Blog being commented on, and 10 points for commenting on someone else's Blog.
Collections: 35 Points for creating, 5 points for your Collection being commented on and 5 points for commenting on someone else's collection.
Forums: 25 points for creating, 5 for posting a message on someone else's forum thread, and a wimpy 2 points for a message being posted on your forum.
Following: You get 5 points for following someone or being followed
Quizzes: If you pass a quiz, you get 10-30 points.


If I am missing something or if I made an error, please comment and tell me.

Comments

Caleb Karling

Level 3

Thanks I was wondering about the point system could't really find anything on it

Jglake

Level 3

Thanks very helpful

user_5225

Level 5

Thanks for info.

user_2331

Level 2

So what good is getting to higher levels? Do we get brownies?

CMCC

Level 5

Unfortunately we don't. I find it fun to get up in rank and levels.

CMCC

Level 5

Also, 15 points for updating your avatar!

user_9254

Level 2

thanks for clearing that up ...

Kepi

Level 6

Thanks for the info! I wondered about that too!

thanks!

Peter

Level 4

Thank good!

Longstrider

Level 6

Sounds good. Thanks!

karstkri

Level 4

3 points for login on. And you get points when you earn a new badges.

CMCC

Level 5

I wondered about that! Thanks.

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