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Top challengers should be acording to the amount of winning/ looses?

(I am not saying this because my bad puntuation, I am horrible at challenges to be honest) I've been looking and I see that mostly they are begginers, and I remeber when I was starting the courses I earned like 30px for each winning, now just like 3 to 5. It is a good way to measure with the points and not the amount of winnings and looses?

2nd Apr 2017, 11:38 PM
C.E. - avatar
7 Answers
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Yeah. A lot of 'Top something' are peeps who don't know what it is to be handicapped on XP gain. Win count would be fair enough.
3rd Apr 2017, 2:08 AM
Hatsy Rei
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amount of winning is a good measure to rank player for top challenge.
2nd Apr 2017, 11:56 PM
Agus Mei
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@Rose so you think this way is better because is more fair? The ones that would do that will also keep challenging low levels to have more xp, because they need like 5 times more winnings that the begginers
3rd Apr 2017, 11:30 PM
C.E. - avatar
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In my opinion , It must be decided by (winning to loosing ) to Challenges played ratio....
3rd Apr 2017, 3:33 AM
Shirious - avatar
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if that will work this way - people will just start fighting with low levels mostly to get more wins.
3rd Apr 2017, 11:09 PM
Rose Sevenyears
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@Elizabeth We get exp from likes now,so whatever. Wins for top,answers for exp. I didn't said anythin' about which way is better. I don't feel them both good enough,but this suggestuon much more about abusing,at least I feel so.
3rd Apr 2017, 11:39 PM
Rose Sevenyears
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The way it works now only encourage play as a bot to earn XP and punish looses. It's sad knowing that failure is needed to learn to blame a loose. Just my point of view , schools they work like that too in France and most country I've eared
3rd Apr 2017, 8:27 PM
coutable.n - avatar