I was having a look ... and found a recent High School graduate, ... [who thought] "I graduated!! (Thanks to
someoneorothers [El Cliffo] notes)" I had a look at his intelligence, it was below average, so basically this bloke CHEATED through high-school. What are the implications and how should they be treated? ...
There's lots of needed information not available here. Mainly, was Fisherman_Dan using that infamous in game
cheat, Learning with Larry
? There is a strong presumption that "LwL
" not only causes all kinds of worker avatars (including Rebels) to fill their experience gages
faster, but also lowers the intelligence level required for entry to the schools.
The implication is not that the educated level job will be done "poorly." That's not the game concept. The intelligence level interacts with the speed with which the job experience gage is filled. Without "LwL
" operating on the new HS level job, it would take the subject longer to come to full proficiency\experience than someone with a higher level of intelligence.
So if the player has "LwL
" covering his entire population, all it does is speed up the normal process for charging the experience gages. Does faster, faster, quicker, quicker make better, better gameplay?
That is the reason I have the opinion that Learning with Larry
is nothing more than a "speedup" cheat introduced by the developers to placate the frenetic test players who wanted to RRT2 trains to run at 90 miles per hour.