How many posts to change your droidforums I guess you call it seniority?

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I see on the side that I am considered a "Junior Droid" and some are "Master Droids" etc. Does anyone know, or is there a place where I can see how many posts it takes to "rank up?"

Not that its a big deal, I was just interested to know.
 

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support the forum and you can make it say whatever you want! :)
 

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but, just out of morbid curiousity, i'm going to post my guesses on this and see if they're remotely close... based on what i've seen historically

0-10: Newbie
10-50: Junior
50-100: Droid
100-500: Senior
500-1000: Master
1000-2000: Ninja

not sure above that...I saw a "sensei" but wasn't sure if it was made up or not
 

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click the "droidforums.net supporting member" image under my name over to the left and i think that'll take you to a link with more info
 

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This site is like other forums in which your ranking changes based on your number of posts. I think it's pretty nifty.
 

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support the forum and you can make it say whatever you want! :)
EXACTLY
i'm going to post my guesses
0-10: Newbie
10-50: Junior
50-100: Droid
100-500: Senior
500-1000: Master
1000-2000: Ninja
I believe it's

Senior 100
Master 250
Ninja 1000
I saw a "sensei" but wasn't sure if it was made up or not
No titles here are made up...It's all a State of Mind
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Click on a "Supporting Member" Banner
 
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It believe you go to Usercp and it's on the left side under paid subscriptions.

click the "droidforums.net supporting member" image under my name over to the left and i think that'll take you to a link with more info


You are both correct. Unfortunately I am going to have to subscribe later. I have law school loans well into 200k mark lol. But I do love this forum so far and once I got a little extra cash, I will become a supporting member.
 
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