Unlike many other medieval-themed MUDs, Midgaard's social structure is not
based around rigid hierarchies.
Thus there's nothing particularly special about being an
"immortal", or an administrator. These are
merely necessary specializations without which things wouldn't get
done. They're not badges of honor.
Thus it's not appropriate to regale immorts or other higher-level types
with those craven "all hail the great so-and-so" speeches which
seem to be de rigueur in certain fantasy milieux. In Midgaard, those approaches
are interpreted by most higher-levels as transparent and, frankly,
childish attempts at manipulation by flattery. The usual response
is not positive.