Unlike many medieval-themed MUDs, TriadCity's social structure is not
based around rigid hierarchies, and the various badges reflecting them.
Thus there's nothing particularly special about being an
"immortal", or an administrator, or a builder. 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 TC, those approaches
are interpreted by most higher-levels as transparent and, dare we say,
rather childish attempts at manipulation by flattery. The usual response
is not positive.
It might be worth noting that many higher-levels particularly dislike
the term "master", which again seems to be some sort of
legacy brought by some players from medieval-themed environments.
TriadCity is a world in which human slaves exist: thus
"master" refers to slave-owners. Different individuals
may or may not approve of that label. You're encouraged to be
extremely careful before bestowing it.