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  •  07-28-2009, 4:46 PM 829953
    Akshat Akshat is not online. Last active: 12-02-2011, 10:17 AM
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    Subject: low level home city
    i have reached a home city level to 96 with indians. i want to create a new low level home city say 40 or 20 how can i do that.
  •  07-28-2009, 4:48 PM 829954 in reply to 829953
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    single player?

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  •  07-28-2009, 4:50 PM 829955 in reply to 829954
    Akshat Akshat is not online. Last active: 12-02-2011, 10:17 AM
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    no on eso
  •  07-28-2009, 5:14 PM 829959 in reply to 829953
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    I think you'll have to delete your Indian HC.
  •  07-28-2009, 5:58 PM 829974 in reply to 829953
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    Subject: Re: low level home city

    Akshat:
    i have reached a home city level to 96 with indians. i want to create a new low level home city say 40 or 20 how can i do that.

    Just wondering, why do you want a lower level home city?


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  •  07-29-2009, 11:43 AM 830112 in reply to 829974
    Akshat Akshat is not online. Last active: 12-02-2011, 10:17 AM
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    i guess if i play using low level i would get more PR when i win and loose less PR when i lose. isnt it right?
  •  07-29-2009, 12:17 PM 830122 in reply to 830112
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    Subject: Re: low level home city

    Akshat:
    i guess if i play using low level i would get more PR when i win and loose less PR when i lose. isnt it right?

    no

    Its all about your PR if you play a mstsrg and you are a conscript, it will bost up if you win, it has nothing to do with your HC lvl


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  •  07-29-2009, 12:25 PM 830123 in reply to 830122
    Akshat Akshat is not online. Last active: 12-02-2011, 10:17 AM
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    Subject: Re: low level home city

    but in eso multiplayer faq's it says the how many points you earn depends on the civ tier and hc level

    so if i play with iroquis with a low level hc i will earn more PR

    Power Ratings - How they work

    Probable Skill - (K * Variance) = Points

    Probable Skill - The average skill level of the player before the game.

    Points - Your points represent where you are on the skill ladder. You get points for wins and lose points for losses. The number of points that you win or lose for a specific game depends on several factors below, including the ranking points of the player(s) you are playing against. Similar to other rating systems, high level players gain very few points for defeating players of significantly lower level and therefore will advance in rank very slowly if these are the types of players that they seek out.

    K - This variable determines how much of an impact you want Variance to have.

    Variance - Each player is assigned a level of variance when they start playing. This number starts high, representing the system's lack of familiarity with your actual skill level to start with. As you play more games, this number will get smaller as your rating is refined. This number is largely responsible for the big jumps up or down that your rating can initially take. These jumps decrease as you play more games.

    Home City Level - Home Cities are divided into three tiers, much like the cards in your deck. A player using a level 1 Home City is at a disadvantage when playing against a level 40 Home City, so he should earn more points if he wins. The reverse is also true, so the player with the level 40 Home City will lose slightly more points if he loses this match-up. The tiers are broken down like this:

    Tier / Home City Levels
    Tier 1: 0-9
    Tier 2: 10-24
    Tier 3: 25-100+

    The players in each of the tiers have access to cards that are considered equally powerful. The Home City factor cancels out if you are playing someone who is using a Home City is in the same tier as you, as we assume you have the best cards for your level.

    Civilization Tiers - The Power Rating system rates the civilizations in tiers. When playing a multiplayer game, the civilization you use is also rated in that game. All Spanish players, for example, will affect the ranking of the Spanish civilization by winning or losing games. The civilization ranking looks something like this (only two civilizations are used to keep the example simple):

    Spanish Tier 3 (level 25+)
    Spanish Tier 2 (level 10-24)
    British Tier 3
    British Tier 2
    Spanish Tier 1 (level 0-9)
    British Tier 1

    This ranking is dynamic and is updating constantly throughout a day, adjusting to game results.

    In the example above, Spanish tier 3 (levels 25+) is rated the highest while British tier 1 (levels 0-9) is rated the lowest. A player using a higher ranked civilization who defeats a player using a lower ranked civilization will gain slightly fewer points, and vice versa. The idea being that players that use the civilization that wins the most will be more likely to win the game, and so will earn fewer points.

  •  07-29-2009, 1:11 PM 830131 in reply to 830123
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    Akshat:

    but in eso multiplayer faq's it says the how many points you earn depends on the civ tier and hc level

    so if i play with iroquis with a low level hc i will earn more PR

    Power Ratings - How they work

    Probable Skill - (K * Variance) = Points

    Probable Skill - The average skill level of the player before the game.

    Points - Your points represent where you are on the skill ladder. You get points for wins and lose points for losses. The number of points that you win or lose for a specific game depends on several factors below, including the ranking points of the player(s) you are playing against. Similar to other rating systems, high level players gain very few points for defeating players of significantly lower level and therefore will advance in rank very slowly if these are the types of players that they seek out.

    K - This variable determines how much of an impact you want Variance to have.

    Variance - Each player is assigned a level of variance when they start playing. This number starts high, representing the system's lack of familiarity with your actual skill level to start with. As you play more games, this number will get smaller as your rating is refined. This number is largely responsible for the big jumps up or down that your rating can initially take. These jumps decrease as you play more games.

    Home City Level - Home Cities are divided into three tiers, much like the cards in your deck. A player using a level 1 Home City is at a disadvantage when playing against a level 40 Home City, so he should earn more points if he wins. The reverse is also true, so the player with the level 40 Home City will lose slightly more points if he loses this match-up. The tiers are broken down like this:

    Tier / Home City Levels
    Tier 1: 0-9
    Tier 2: 10-24
    Tier 3: 25-100+

    The players in each of the tiers have access to cards that are considered equally powerful. The Home City factor cancels out if you are playing someone who is using a Home City is in the same tier as you, as we assume you have the best cards for your level.

    Civilization Tiers - The Power Rating system rates the civilizations in tiers. When playing a multiplayer game, the civilization you use is also rated in that game. All Spanish players, for example, will affect the ranking of the Spanish civilization by winning or losing games. The civilization ranking looks something like this (only two civilizations are used to keep the example simple):

    Spanish Tier 3 (level 25+)
    Spanish Tier 2 (level 10-24)
    British Tier 3
    British Tier 2
    Spanish Tier 1 (level 0-9)
    British Tier 1

    This ranking is dynamic and is updating constantly throughout a day, adjusting to game results.

    In the example above, Spanish tier 3 (levels 25+) is rated the highest while British tier 1 (levels 0-9) is rated the lowest. A player using a higher ranked civilization who defeats a player using a lower ranked civilization will gain slightly fewer points, and vice versa. The idea being that players that use the civilization that wins the most will be more likely to win the game, and so will earn fewer points.

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  •  07-29-2009, 1:51 PM 830134 in reply to 830131
    MUZZIES MUZZIES is not online. Last active: 10-13-2009, 10:20 PM
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    Shunmaha:
    Akshat:

    but in eso multiplayer faq's it says the how many points you earn depends on the civ tier and hc level

    so if i play with iroquis with a low level hc i will earn more PR

    Power Ratings - How they work

    Probable Skill - (K * Variance) = Points

    Probable Skill - The average skill level of the player before the game.

    Points - Your points represent where you are on the skill ladder. You get points for wins and lose points for losses. The number of points that you win or lose for a specific game depends on several factors below, including the ranking points of the player(s) you are playing against. Similar to other rating systems, high level players gain very few points for defeating players of significantly lower level and therefore will advance in rank very slowly if these are the types of players that they seek out.

    K - This variable determines how much of an impact you want Variance to have.

    Variance - Each player is assigned a level of variance when they start playing. This number starts high, representing the system's lack of familiarity with your actual skill level to start with. As you play more games, this number will get smaller as your rating is refined. This number is largely responsible for the big jumps up or down that your rating can initially take. These jumps decrease as you play more games.

    Home City Level - Home Cities are divided into three tiers, much like the cards in your deck. A player using a level 1 Home City is at a disadvantage when playing against a level 40 Home City, so he should earn more points if he wins. The reverse is also true, so the player with the level 40 Home City will lose slightly more points if he loses this match-up. The tiers are broken down like this:

    Tier / Home City Levels
    Tier 1: 0-9
    Tier 2: 10-24
    Tier 3: 25-100+

    The players in each of the tiers have access to cards that are considered equally powerful. The Home City factor cancels out if you are playing someone who is using a Home City is in the same tier as you, as we assume you have the best cards for your level.

    Civilization Tiers - The Power Rating system rates the civilizations in tiers. When playing a multiplayer game, the civilization you use is also rated in that game. All Spanish players, for example, will affect the ranking of the Spanish civilization by winning or losing games. The civilization ranking looks something like this (only two civilizations are used to keep the example simple):

    Spanish Tier 3 (level 25+)
    Spanish Tier 2 (level 10-24)
    British Tier 3
    British Tier 2
    Spanish Tier 1 (level 0-9)
    British Tier 1

    This ranking is dynamic and is updating constantly throughout a day, adjusting to game results.

    In the example above, Spanish tier 3 (levels 25+) is rated the highest while British tier 1 (levels 0-9) is rated the lowest. A player using a higher ranked civilization who defeats a player using a lower ranked civilization will gain slightly fewer points, and vice versa. The idea being that players that use the civilization that wins the most will be more likely to win the game, and so will earn fewer points.

    People like you ruin the game

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  •  07-29-2009, 3:59 PM 830151 in reply to 830134
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    Its a small difference.  You don't really want to delete that HC...  I know white_kobe plays with lvl 10 HC's but really you don't get much more PR and also to do good strats good cards help.  A lot.  Go check what HC lvl pros like Samwise12 have.  Its like 120 something.
  •  07-29-2009, 4:02 PM 830152 in reply to 830151
    Akshat Akshat is not online. Last active: 12-02-2011, 10:17 AM
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    yeah you are right there is very little difference.
  •  02-07-2010, 10:49 AM 870623 in reply to 829953
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    Subject: Re: low level home city

       It's Simple Delet all Your HomeCities all of IT

    Then start from level 10 ... Thats is the easiest Way


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  •  02-07-2010, 10:50 AM 870624 in reply to 870623
    EmperørSultan EmperørSultan is not online. Last active: 06-21-2010, 2:49 PM
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    Subject: Re: low level home city

    that is *

     


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  •  02-08-2010, 1:52 AM 870797 in reply to 870623
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    Subject: Re: low level home city
    EmperørSultan:

       It's Simple Delet all Your HomeCities all of IT

    Then start from level 10 ... Thats is the easiest Way

    Fail.


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