October 11 2007 4:27 PM EDT
How to find players in a given score range? Thank you!
October 11 2007 4:43 PM EDT
If you go to the train page and click train then the scores in the sidebar become about equal to your score. Besides that I don't know any other way.
October 11 2007 5:13 PM EDT
Generally, you fight close to your score...so start with the default area and then go Higher and Lower till you find targets.
Other good clues on finding targets as a new player:
-- If you are able to beat a certain kind of character, look for more of those types to add to your fightlist.
-- Check the fight logs of those people you BEAT. See who they can beat, too, especially if they have build similar to your own. Sometimes you find a nice high-up target that you can beat up for a while.
-- Become a supporter. This let's you build your own fight list and have your targets grow as you grow.
-- You can also change your list to sort by PR instead of score (see Settings). Sometimes you can check other people around your PR, see they have a higher score, and find you can beat them. Remember, you want to beat people with large score compared to your PR.
-- Don't forget to train often, especially as a smaller, NUB player. Rewards, based on target score and your own PR, take into account the amount of untrained experience you have (also known as "virtual" PR). In other words, unspent experience eats away at your challenge bonus while not being usefully realized in battle. So, stay trained up!
Just to add a little to Sutekh's guide. Try not to fight opponents with scores that are more than 2x your own PR as that'll just inflate your score and attract stronger characters to maul you (it's not such a big deal unless you're in a clan though.)
You can never get higher than a 100% challenge bonus.
October 12 2007 10:17 AM EDT
Excellend point, Red! I never thought of that before!
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