When do YOU take someone off list? (in General)

miteke [Superheros] July 18 2010 8:35 AM EDT

Sometimes I have an opponent that I lose to occasionally, but I keep them on my fight list. I usually do this if they are the in the top 5% of my fight list. I figure the Score gain is worth the loss of clan points and experience in the long run. At what percentage of losses do YOU remove a valuable opponent from your fight list?

AdminShade July 18 2010 8:40 AM EDT

I don't often have people giving me a bonus in my fight list but when most do, I remove those who don't.

TheShazbot July 18 2010 8:40 AM EDT

If my win percentage is around 80+%, I keep them around.

.. July 18 2010 8:42 AM EDT

If I have more than 5 people on my list, I'll take a person off immediately when I lose. If I have less than 5 than I'll usually keep them if my win percent is over 80%.

Ankou July 18 2010 9:35 AM EDT

My cut off is >80% win gets cut.

Wraithlin July 18 2010 10:18 AM EDT

not until they send me a cm crying.

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] July 18 2010 10:26 AM EDT

it depends on many factors for me. challenge bonus is one. whether i straight up lose, stalemate (no xp for me) or draw (at least i get xp too). if they have an ncb or nub it doesn't really matter if i give them some xp as they will pass me up anyway but if they are a non bonus character i really don't want to give them free xp.

if my win percentage for any of these fall below 90 percent then i really need a good reason to keep them in my list.

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] July 18 2010 10:33 AM EDT

Anything less than 100% removes them from my list. Right now I lose 1 out of ten fights against Zenai and I've never had him on my list for more than a few fights.

Zenai July 18 2010 10:44 AM EDT

Don't feel bad nov it's the same for MonkeyMandate as well concerning me. I suppose that is the way it is when you want a 100% win ratio against targets. My bottom line depends, Big Exp Time I try to keep it as close to 100% as possible the rest of the time I try to keep it at 85-90%.

FailBoat[SG] July 18 2010 11:07 AM EDT

I don't have a fight list. <.<

Demigod July 18 2010 12:05 PM EDT

82-85% out of habit

AdminNemesia [Demonic Serenity] July 18 2010 12:17 PM EDT

Anything below 99% is a no no for me. Usually 99% means I drop them too.

BadFish July 18 2010 1:46 PM EDT

I never favoritify an opponent I lose to, but I'll let someone stay on my fight list until the challenge bonus is under -10%. There just aren't enough beatable targets down under 100k.

Marlfox [Cult of the Valaraukar] July 18 2010 2:38 PM EDT

Anything under 95% for me.

Marlfox [Cult of the Valaraukar] July 18 2010 2:49 PM EDT


Adios Muchachos July 18 2010 3:14 PM EDT

if i lose to someone twice in a row, i don't fight them again

miteke [Superheros] July 18 2010 3:23 PM EDT

I generally make my cut off 90%, but only if they give me a significant score boost. I've never done the math, but I would guess that your top opponent on your fight list gives you a 1-2% bonus on all your fights because your score goes up faster and does not drop as quickly, and you do not rob your opponents of as much score.

AdminTitan July 18 2010 5:55 PM EDT

I keep the 3-5 highest challenge bonus giving opponents that I beat 100%. Remove everyone else.

Ankou July 20 2010 1:31 AM EDT

It also depends on how much BA you have to use, for me, I'm at 9/20 with 216 free BA a day, so I'm a little more liberal about my win%. when I get to 6/20 with buying BA, i will require more than the 80% win that I do now.
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