qwert wrote:Huh,i dont know what words to use to understand each other.
First-in page 1 you have several diferent option for calculate mvp points-one of these its to calculate same like main scoreboard,only get points for one month.
Second have hes own calculation, like 3rd sugestion,and also 4th sugestion (last) have totaly diferent calculation for mvp points,and its look that you put all sugestion in on box,because now we get confused.
Just go in page 1 and look each sugestion separate,and not together, because they are not same.
Okay, I looked at page 1.
Option 1, I'm assuming, is to use the normal CC scoreboard
Options 2+3 are almost exactly the same; in Option 2, you get 1 point per defeat, and in Option 3, you get 5. It makes no difference; they're the same. The big problem with Options 2+3 is that they encourage point farming, which you know.
Option 4 is what we have been discussing, because you know what is wrong with Options 2+3.
You do not seem to understand what is wrong with Option 4, even though I have been saying it over and over and over.
Option 4 is very much like the current scoreboard.
It makes it hard to farm because you get less points from low ranks than you do from high ranks. The same is true of our current scoreboard.
However, just like on our current scoreboard, it is harder for high ranks to gain points. That is fine for a scoreboard, but when you're talking about the winner getting a medal, it is not okay.
Here, try thinking about it from a high rank's perspective:
Here I am, up around 4500. I am incredibly skilled, and maintain my score despite winning 5-10 points per win and losing 30-40 for a loss. I usually stay around 4500, but sometimes dip to as low as 4000 and go up as high as 4700.
In a given month, I can gain only about 700 points at best; I can't seem to get higher than 4700.
Now, I find out that I could get a medal by gaining the most points possible in a given month. I want the medal, but also want to keep my score. I decide never to drop my score in order to get it, and never have a chance to even come close... despite being a far better player than many of the MVP winners.
That is what will happen to most high ranks.
But, for argument's sake, let's say I do decide to go for it.
I play hundreds of speed assassin doodles and drop my score all the way down to 1200.
Now, I am ready to go for it. I gain 3,000 (regular scoreboard) points in the next month and am the MVP.
But now, I'm at 4,200 and have no chance of being MVP again. I can't gain 3,000 points in the next month, obviously.
So, in the next month, I drop my score down to Sergeant again in order to prepare for my MVP run.
And in the next month, with a score of 1200...