PRIZE and Badges.

Cornelius, the all-consumingto Everyone

Many of you will have been advising novices that the PRIZE for badges is wasted

if you learn any skills. This was the case to a point, but not entirely

accurate and changes have been made now to make sure no loss whatsoever occurs.

No skill levels will end up reduced. General skills will gain across the board and professional skills too unless you have reached certain maximums before

finishing your badges. We suggest more haste less speed is avoided: badge

learning, completion and prize attainment should be a\"first month\" goal for

all juniors.

First of all, if you learn general skill past Respected, it can be boosted

to Renowned(in all cases) or Grand-Master(for some, depending on your

profession). The specifics are explained in HELP PRIZE. This was not previously

being applied. It is now. Professional skills are boosted by the prize to a

maximum of Renowned level.

Do not dissuade the young from learning what they must. \"Pouches\" in

Scholarship, \"Autowake\" in Survival, and beginning to progress their basic

guild skills. These are important to understanding the badges in the first

place, especially the Safety, Skillful, Combat and Resurrection badges that

require them to understand skills and their application in different settings.


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