qwert wrote:yes,i try to fix that,with new mvp formulas-these new will prevent point dumping,because will calculate diferent, and only unique opponents will calculate for mvp. These mean if you play with me,and you win, you will get 10 points for win, but our next game ,in situation that you win again,will not be calculate,because in that way prevent another problem,point farming.
This will decrease point farming in a very small way, sure. But point farming does not usually happen because one great player is targeting one poor player - it happens when one great player is targeting a whole mass of poor players. The unique opponent portion is interesting, but it will not have a huge effect on point farming.
As for point dumping? No, it has absolutely nothing to do with that. It has nothing to do with the fact that you get less points the higher you are, so it is beneficial to start each month at as low a rank as possible.
qwert wrote:And to not forget everybody start with 1000 points,because like you can get,you can lost points.
I'm sorry, but what's your point?
Yes, everyone starts with 1,000 points. Some people have the ability to get much higher than others.
If a high ranking player wants to make MVP, they will dump all their points by the end of a given month.
Then, at the start of the next month, they will be a skilled player at a low rank.
They will gain points as rapidly as possible in an effort to make MVP.
In the next month, they will have a lot of points. They will dump their points and lose their MVP status (it's impossible to hold it two months in a row), because it will prepare them for the next month...
In the next month, they will once again start as a skilled low rank.
They will rapidly gain points in an attempt to make MVP.
The best way to reach MVP as a high ranker is to dump your points every other month.
This will give them the best chance possible of making MVP, which they will try for in the other 6 months of the year.
Do you understand what I am saying, Qwert?