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Wording for Recruitment on Friend System Page

Summary by Cryscryb2

Assumed to be resolved as wording was adjusted and user gave no further feedback. (talkcontribs)

The Friend System page under Recruitment Codes states that "A Recruitment Code for non-playing users can only be used by new Trainers who are Level 4 or above, but no higher than Level 15."

Most users I speak to are confused by this language on the wiki which may appear a bit ambiguous?

If I change the order of the statement above I get this: Only new trainers who are level 4-15 can use a recruitment code for non-playing users. (I'm not sure that is correct or the intended meaning?)

While other sources (Gameloft forums)state that: "Pop Art and Farmer are rewards for getting new players to use your recruitment code. The ground rules are that (1) the new player must be between lvl 4 and 15; (2) the player must enter your code in the space on the Recruit a Friend tab (each player can only enter one code here)."

Are you switching from referring to "non-playing" users as "new Trainers" i.e., new trainers between the levels of 4-15 can only recruit non-playing users?

Or do you mean that Trainers (any trainer, not just a new one) can use a recruitment code for a non-playing players and/or for new players (but only those between levels 4-15)?

Clarification much appreciated! :) 04:45, 7 February 2019 (UTC)

Star Warden (talkcontribs)

I have reworded it. Is it clearer now?