Thank you for checking. Is it possible to update the "intended value" to meet the current environment? Assumptions: The intended value was set upon server creation to match Phinigel XP progression. Phinigel and Coirnav were expected to undergo similar environments. There is a reason to support a change. Coirnav has had a drastic environment change that Phinigel did NOT experience. Phinigel had 2 "event servers" come out, with neither to compete with the core TLP server to live server goal. The next TLP to live server came out 2 years after Phinigel. Coirnav had 2 servers come out that compete with the TLP to live server mentality. Further, one of the servers (Mangler) was the exact same ruleset except for the MUCH faster XP rate that most people desired. The icing on the cake was that the TLP to live server competition came out after only 1 year for Coirnav vs. the 2 years for Phinigel. Coirnav might follow the intended Phinigel XP schedule, but it did not get the same environment at all. There is a precedence to support a change. Other servers have had their XP rates tweak from their "intended values". Example: Mangler had an intended value for XP rates, but that spurred overwhelming negativity. So, the intended value was vastly adjusted higher and the server became a verifiable hit. Kudos! Example: Selos had an intended value for XP rates, but was adjusted 50% higher after the server launched. This increase was done to ensure the server maintained a wonderful XP rate feel. Kudos! Thanks for any consideration.