I have an issue with the promotion system on Athion. The system is flawed. One may get accepted strictly based on the luck of the draw. I have seen many times jr mods say "if you get ____ he will like it, but i will not pass it". This is a flaw in the system. Also if guidelines are to be set, they need to be enforced. Many people have gotten double promotions with the lack of an area. Without names being mentioned, because I do not intend to bewilder anyone's creation, (one actually being my favorite creation of all time) there was someone who got double promotion without interiors entirely, while I was denied a single promotion strictly on my interior. In another case, someone without any terra at all got promoted twice from student. I am not an interior designer, it is not enjoyable to me. It does not make me any less of a builder and since this was the one and only reason I was denied while others passed without it entirely enrages me. I was told that my cathedral exterior was very well detailed while the interior could use the same detail. I do believe simplicity is sometimes a better, more viable option. I was also told that in cathedrals there are usually two stories and my roof was too empty and the interior is too empty. Out of all the cathedrals I have seen, (National Cathedral, Washington DC, Duke University Cathedral, Masillon Cathedral) every single one has the roof exposed, leaving a very empty feel. It is very airy, open, and almost leaves an empty feeling (I literally chose a cathedral to avoid a crowded interior as I hate doing them). I built what I have depicted, and changing to the cookie cutter guidelines that are often loosely enforced depending on the builder and moderator, seems unfair. I have had to do this for the student plot I had also, completely changing the theme of the build. The system needs a rework, it needs multiple opinions of input, a written section to explain why things were done certain ways, and the guidelines need either entirely enforced or not at all. It is not fair. I am not an interior designer and feel it unnecessary to conform unless everyone else must also do so. If this gets bad feedback, yes, I will change my interior, but building is a work of art, you don't need everyone to love your art work, it must be appreciated a lot by few, not a bit by many. Now that my rant is over, I would also like to add that I mean absolutely no disrespect to the staff or the builders you may seem to think I was referring to. One of the builders is actually my favorite builder on the servers. Thank you for taking the time to read this, I have been wrong before, so I am merely opening up a conversation rather than telling this reader that they are right or wrong. (below is a picture of the national cathedral in dc, very open, very empty, very realistic to a cathedral. . I have received designer with the addition of some small details. I am still fully backing my statement above, I don't think its right I had to change what I truly believe was best and conform to overused detail techniques.