So, you're a newbie and you're on this page because you have this newbie tag under your name. So you're asking, what does it mean and how the hell do I get rid of it?
Once approved you should post in the game forum you're going to play in to let everyone know you're here. You will find that is a good start to get to know people. Then just start posting in your game forum. Also take note of the titles under peoples names like your newbie account icon. You will see the leaders have these under their names so you can identify who is in charge around here. Warrior Nation uses this board as a central communication, so to keep informed on everything going on, be sure to check here frequently.
• Make sure you post your messages
in the correct forums or they will be
Click Here to see a complete list. However a brief description is simply the more you post the more ribbons will show up, and the titles you see are for higher ranking members that are leading this clan to victory.
Play Games in clan channels
and hang out with members, post on the
forums and get to know everyone.
- Good Recruiting
As your post count increases you will
earn ribbons very similar to the military
ribbons found on an Officers uniform.
Yes, you may change your username once every 365 days. You can do this by accessing your account settings, in "Edit Email and Password" section. You may enter a new username which will also effect your login as this will be your new login name as well. You may change once every 365 days. Once you change it, the option box to change it will disappear until time has elapses for you to do it again.
*Beware - You identity can be lost to many members who will not know who you are. Could result in loss of friends, being overlooked for promotions, so be sure you want to do this before you do.
All name change histories are logged forever.
VB Code is similar to HTML, but offers just a few basic functions, such as hyperlinking, image display, bolding and italicizing.
You may edit your own posts at any
time. Look for the edit icon on the
post to be edited. No one else can edit
your post, except for the forum moderator(s)
or the message board administrators.
A note is generated at the bottom of
each post that is edited so that every
one knows when a post has been edited.
We do not have or will ever allow popup ads. If you are experiencing popup ads then you have malware on your PC. We recommend you download and scan your PC with a good spyware program. You should also scan for viruses.
Not all views expressed in the google ads are WN's views such as cheating or violating any EULA of games. We cannot filter out all the ads which may not be suitable. I would hope WN members will avoid such negative ads if they come about.
In the Steam Application click the Community Tab
Then click the My Control panel
Then click Edit my SteamID page
Enter a name into the custom box. This the name you put in your forum profile to make the Steam Card display.
Using the | symbol will cause the image to not display correctly. No known fix.
You need to register on the official website to link your account. Once you register to link it, it will then display the card.
7 Components are displayed at the bottom of each members post.
Calculation of the experience points
Taken into calculation are these things:
Everytime you perform an activity listed below, you earn experience points. The points you earned vary based on the activity. I wont tell you what each is valued at, you can learn that as you go. However they are not all the same in value, some more, some less, some equal.
Points for User - is the total from points accumulated on the following:
The system calculates the activity by taking the average post count of the ten most active user and comparing it to own post count over the last 21 days only. This means anyone with top post counts overall wont necessary have high activity since it is only based on what you have done over the last 21 days and stacking you up against everyone else. This means your activity can go up and down over time.
Reputation is something you can give and earn between members. It is shown by the green/yellow/red row of squares in member posts and profiles as well the actual numbers are in your profie. You can give reputation by clicking the reputation button within a members post.
Reputation ranges 1- 45000, however it is possible if you recieve to many negatives causing you to fall to 0 or below. You can view your reputation points by clicking the reputation button within one of your own posts or clicking your own name in a post to view your profile display.
There are two key factors in reputation.
• 1 Reputation power every 9 days.
Your Reputation Power shows in all of your posts. You may select the amount up to your max that you wish to give to someone.
• New Members start wtih 10 reputation points.
For example, if Member A has a Reputation Power of 50. They give you positive reputation, your points go up by 50. If they give you negative reputation, your points go down by 25.
• You must have 10 posts before you can give reputation to others.
You are able to view Reputation Given and Received within your profile found here: http://warriornation.net/Forum/usercp.php
If you want to view the Top 100 Reputation members, click this link: Top 100 Reputations