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The new Epic and Legendary badges are:

  • Epic: Hit the daily reputation cap for 50 days
  • Legendary: Hit the daily reputation cap for 150 days

Are these for any days, or must they be consecutive days?

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Good question. I think the "for X days" rather than "on X days" implies continuous time, meaning consecutive, but it could be made clearer if that's so or disambiguated if it's not. –  ベレアー アダム Dec 6 '09 at 23:14
    
i'd assume "overall" rather than "consecutive" from the current wording, contrary to Adam's opinion, but i agree it could clearer. –  quack quixote Dec 7 '09 at 2:23

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Any days.

This indicates to me that the Fanatic and Enthusiast (nee Woot) badges should have the word "consecutive" in their description..

EDIT: updated the descriptions to be more clear.

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Oh good, so I should be able to get a Legendary at some point. On the other hand, the consecutive requirement of Fanatic makes it hard especially when one likes to take holidays away from the Internet Points Game. –  Greg Hewgill Dec 6 '09 at 23:24
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@Greg: What's a holiday? –  Evan Anderson Dec 6 '09 at 23:46
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Out of your mobile internet coverage area. –  Greg Hewgill Dec 6 '09 at 23:55
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I have AT&T -- that's 80% of the US! –  John Rudy Dec 7 '09 at 0:15
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That reminds me of the guy that went camping.... meta.stackexchange.com/questions/13049/… –  Troggy Dec 7 '09 at 0:54
    
I can log in on my phone, but it's pretty awkward. Fortunately, my mobility is limited by a geriatric cat, so I can probably get Fanatic on my home broadband. –  David Thornley Dec 7 '09 at 15:13

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