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I've noticed today that my reputation on ServerFault corresponds to the number of the beast.

It makes me very unhappy.

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I don't have in mind any interesting ServerFault-related question which could receive upvotes (and obviously, with such reputation, I'm damned to receive no upvotes any longer), so would it be appropriate to post a bad question or a bad answer intentionally to receive downvotes?

If not, what else should I do to make this unholy reputation number change?

closed as off-topic by Iain, HopelessN00b, Jenny D, Ward, kasperd Jun 20 '16 at 22:43

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    Why not just go and downvote a bad answer and not waste everyone here's time ? – Iain Jun 19 '16 at 16:07
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    No one should be afraid of Emperor Nero in this day and age. – HopelessN00b Jun 19 '16 at 16:47
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    You can ask to get suspended too, your reputation will be show as 1 – yagmoth555 Jun 21 '16 at 16:13
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Although Journeyman Geek an anonymous voter already solved that, another approach is to add a great answer to one of the 44'000+ unanswered questions (or any other question for that matter).

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    Alas, no. If I were petty and vindictive, downvoting would clearly not be what I did. – Journeyman Geek Jun 20 '16 at 6:18
  • @JourneymanGeek hence the edit and correction from my earlier assumption :) – HBruijn Jun 20 '16 at 10:06
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Someone downvoted you. Now your reputation is 664. Now make sure you do not get exactly 2 reputation points more.

  • And he also needs to hope that nobody downvotes one of his questions and answers, then upvotes another of his questions... – womble Jun 20 '16 at 7:58

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