I really enjoy doing reviews. It provides me with the ability to help other users get started on the site, and to improve the overall quality of the network. I take my time when reviewing posts and do so to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I feel like I am doing a good job, afterall I currently stand at 100% helpful flags and 100% accepted edits. I have read the Scope clarification discussions and the rules of peer moderation. I also enjoy the experience of about 3k reviews on StackOverflow.
I do reviews in all queues I am allowed on, which currently are the late answers and first posts.
But what troubles me is the following:
WB does not have many posts that need to be reviewed (which is a good thing). Because of that, after performing some reviews I am currently within the top reviewers in the queues I have access to. So far nothing bad, but all the other reviewers appearing stand at multiple k reputation whereas I do not have that much, as I haven't answered that many questions yet. I feel a little bit like an underdog between all those "gleaming stars of the community" and am wondering, whether I belong there.
Are there any reasons, that I should not do reviewing on Worldbuilding? Is there anything I can/ have to improve in?
The only thing I could think of, is that one could argue that due to missing editing or close-voting rights, my flagging or suggesting edits generates additional work - but I feel like this is outweighted by the workload I handle doing the reviews that do not need a second pair of eyes.
I guess that many low-reputation users are more interested in getting their questions answered or do not know/ care about doing reviews. But I certainly do enjoy this part of StackExchange.