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<p>The size categories seem a bit too broad. For example, 181 pounds and 229 pounds are both considered lightweight, but that's a pretty major different. Currently the sizes are:</p><p> </p><p>

Very Small: up to 140</p><p>

Small: 140-180</p><p>

Lightweight: 180-230</p><p>

Middleweight: 230-260</p><p>

Light Heavyweight: 260-290</p><p>

Heavyweight: 290-320</p><p>

Big Heavyweight: 320-380</p><p>

Super Heavyweight: 380+</p><p>

Giant: Special cases</p><p> </p><p>

This sort of forces all the smaller sized workers into the same one or two groups, while all the bigger workers have more variation in category. Lightweight is especially broad. I'd propose changing them to something like this (spitballing, so not married to these categories): </p><p> </p><p>

Very small: <140</p><p>

Small: 140-169</p><p>

Lightweight: 170-199</p><p>

Cruiserweight: 200-229</p><p>

Middleweight: 230-259</p><p>

Light Heavyweight: 260-289</p><p>

Heavyweight: 290-319</p><p>

Big Heavyweight: 320-350</p><p>

Super Heavyweight: 351+</p><p>

Giant: Special Cases</p><p> </p><p>

It's not a huge change, but I think these categories would group workers that are similar sized better than the current groupings, especially for real world mods.</p>

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