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josko.ri wrote:If i read this correctly, for having maximal score, I need to join 2 of each game type, win all 6 games, and my score will be maximal 250. Is it right?
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Bwana wrote:I love the new scoring!!!
iAmCaffeine wrote:Am I blind or is there no mention of what you get for winning the competitive side to this?
What are the prizes?
All players who meet or exceed the minimum number of required points for the month will earn a Challenge Achievement Medal. The point requirements change every month as we aim to provide a vast assortment of challenges which includes a varying level of difficulty.
Site Event Medals are awarded to the top three finishers on the challenge scoreboard.
In addition to the medals, the first place finisher receives: 1 Green Conquer Star
And the 2nd-5th place finishers receive: 1 Blue Conquer Star
Dukasaur wrote:... this will require you to play with yourself ...
Symmetry wrote:WTF is a Puritan Separatist? That seems like a bit of a made up American thing to distinguish rich American colonists who could afford the boat ride from poorer folk who were ok with the UK.
josko.ri wrote:Try test your formula on already qualified players, I think it does not match.
Dukasaur wrote:josko.ri wrote:Try test your formula on already qualified players, I think it does not match.
B=(bronze win tokens*5/bronze join tokens)
S=(silver win tokens*3/silver join tokens)
G=(gold win tokens*2/gold join tokens)
Discard highest of B,S,G. Average together remaining two.
Four players have qualified thus far: Riverj, Awoodness, rgrjoey001, the warrior65. Testing formula on these.
B = 5*5/10 = 2.5
S = 4*3/10 = 1.2
G = 6*2/11 = 1.1 (approx)
Discard B. Average of S and G = 1.15 (approx)
B = 2*5/10 = 1
S = 5*3/11 = 1.4 (approx)
G = 3*2/5 = 1.2
Discard S. Average of B and G = 1.1
Okay, not even going to bother with the last two. I can see from the first two that we're not even in the right ballpark. Going to send this to BW for recalibration. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
bigWham wrote:The 2 scores are not averaged, but summed... and then multiplied by 20 to give a total score out 100. So the upshot is a multiplication by 40. If multiply your calculations by 40 they should match. And we do need to scale the scores up because the event scoring system does not handle fractions. We can do it some other way if you like, but otherwise everyone will be tied on 1 or 2.
Dukasaur wrote:Symmetry wrote:WTF is a Puritan Separatist? That seems like a bit of a made up American thing to distinguish rich American colonists who could afford the boat ride from poorer folk who were ok with the UK.
There was an economic difference, yes, but that's not the main thing.
The capital-P Puritans, who started the nearby Massachusetts Bay Colony, retained their membership within the Church of England and believed it could be remade as Puritan church. The Mayflower Separatists believed the Church of England was beyond redemption and the only option was severing all ties with it. That's the main distinction.
Until the Uniformity Act of 1662 most Puritans remained within the Church of England and the Separatists were considered a splinter group. With the passage of the Uniformity Act, most Puritan were driven out of the Church and the situation was reversed, with Separating being the norm and staying in being the oddball.
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