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    what's rep power sp and infractions?

    question is in thread title.

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    Rep power: Numerical representation of peoples agreement with your post content.
    SP: Points accumulated from donations of other users and for each post made, can be used to buy forum items like custom user title.
    Infraction: What gets handed to your ass when you troll, be an asshole or generally act like a dick. Persist in douchebaggery and you will earn increasingly long bans, ultimately getting your ass permabanned.

    Trick/troll question...in PS3 discussion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost_rhayne View Post
    Rep power: Numerical representation of peoples agreement with your post content.
    SP: Points accumulated from donations of other users and for each post made, can be used to buy forum items like custom user title.
    Infraction: What gets handed to your ass when you troll, be an asshole or generally act like a dick. Persist in douchebaggery and you will earn increasingly long bans, ultimately getting your ass permabanned.

    Trick/troll question...in PS3 discussion?
    Still dont know why I got as much rep as I do

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    so how does the rep power not go in the negative for me as i see many ppl disagreeing with me? it doesnt work like the yahoo boards thumbs up/down does it

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    @Trick/troll question..no it isnt, just askin ..i dont come here often these days ive been trolling Obama lately on yahoo.

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    Rep power is based on the amount of +rep you get, combined with the time you've been here, added to how many posts you have.

    Check these links out for more info:
    http://www.psu.com/forums/threads/24...pdated-June-08
    http://www.psu.com/forums/threads/32...anation-Thread

    Some of the info is outdated, but you'll get the general idea of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rene2kx View Post
    so how does the rep power not go in the negative for me as i see many ppl disagreeing with me? it doesnt work like the yahoo boards thumbs up/down does it
    Only certain staff can give negative rep.

    We do not have a general like/dislike system here
    LMAO

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    Rep power directly means your worth against the worth of another person. Higher means better.

    Say for instance, your rep power is 6, mine is 103, so if I disagree with something you said, it means that you're definitely wrong.

    However, if F34R comes in (with a rep power of 132) and says that he completely disagrees with me, then there's nothing I can do, and so I become wrong whereas his opinion will be absolutely right.

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    Ha! That'd be one helluva perk Sufi lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenix View Post
    Still dont know why I got as much rep as I do
    I'm sure that you're bribing people in here. Or giving them.. services.







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    How to get rep. Get a lot of infractions and you'll get rep from being a bad boy.You remember how in school the bad kids we're popular? The same rules apply here.

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