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09-26-2012, 02:17 PM
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You have to weight them more than 1:1:1:1. If you train 2:2:1:1 his EQ is 95 whether he is a C or a W. Plus he's 15 and 6/6 where those are either 16 or 5/6 and of similar OR. Not shooting your players down by any means. Just trying to emphasize how rare of player this is.
What you actually need to do is divide by the Q and then make a sum due to the linear way training works in PPM. Assume a 99% Q gives +0.99 for 1 day (then 75% would give +0.75), this means it would take:
2/0.99 + 2/0.99 + 1/0.99 + 0.99 = 6.06 days for a player with all 99% Qs to gain those 6 attribute points.
This guy would need 6.402 days (to make it a percentage I divide the total points target (6) with the sum = 93.7% WQ).
My best prospect 97/93/99/95 would only need 6.275 days (WQ = 95.6%). He is 16, 6/6 but only 267OR.
One bad Q actually ruins a prospect more than you might think.
The PPM eyrie's take on it, relevant text at the end of the post.
On another note, I finally sold my old goalie tandem for a grand total of 9.6M. I've sold a coach for more...
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