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Where the hell are the statistics?

If you mean the results of the study, the data is currently being analysed. I should be able to start posting some results later this year. Thanks for your patience!

I am having a problem to get past the first page
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/ihobo/ in /home/ihobo/ on line 155

I have no idea what this means or how to fix it.

It won't let me disagree anymore, it gave me achiever-Conquerer. I hate PvP. I hate beating people. I hate losing. Just... No.

I *do* enjoy beating bosses, so long as they're AI. Pretty sure I'm achiever-seeker (seeker was in 3rd place)

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