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Oatheac
03-02-2010, 04:27 AM
<p>It would be kinda nice to see how many points you contributed to your team for the objective score.</p>

LivelyHound
03-02-2010, 09:20 AM
seconded

Ambrin
03-02-2010, 09:40 AM
<p>You gain 2 points every time you kill someone, so to get "points contributed" just multiply your kills by 2. Multiple people can get the credit for killing the same person, but it is only worth 2 points regardless of how many people got a kill credit. You could make an argument for assigning the points earned by capturing a flag (Ganak) or holding a relic (Gears) to the person doing the capturing or holding. It would be interesting to get a better idea of how well a given player performed taking more into account than the number of kills a person earned.</p><p>The only thing I can think of for Smugglers would be a person would gain the number of points awarded by a tower every tick if they were standing at that tower. This might encourage more people to actually guard a tower instead of swarming after an one they don't own.</p>

Oatheac
03-03-2010, 02:47 PM
<p>Yep, by objective points, I do not mean points contributed by kills.If they were to include that, then only the person delivering the killing blow would recieve those as objective points.</p>

Jaudark
03-03-2010, 03:06 PM
<p><cite>[email protected] wrote:</cite></p><blockquote><p>You gain 2 points every time you kill someone, so to get "points contributed" just multiply your kills by 2. Multiple people can get the credit for killing the same person, but it is only worth 2 points regardless of how many people got a kill credit.?</p></blockquote><p>Kill shots is the second column. that should be that one you multiply by 2, not the first one.</p><p>anyway, most of the time, the relic is behing hold by 1 person. his/her name is written top right corner.and for CTF, you just need to cap it twice to win, so not much of a difference there.</p><p>but still +1 cuz it's not that difficult to implement and it's somewhat usefull; that's another way you see who's AFK and who's not.</p>