The PE2KASB Battler's League Table
Welcome to the PE2KASB Battler's League Table! Here, you can see who is doing the best in terms of their battles across the ASB. Their are two tables here; one, an overall table that shows the greatest PE2KASB'ers of all time and, two, a monthly league table that runs from the first of the month to the end of that respective month, with a prize for the person who finishes top!
Yes, the main objective of this is to be another form of prize giving for people who work hard at ASB. As mentioned, there is a prize for the winner of the monthly table each month. This prize will be an extra $50 in their account.
However, we do have a second prize, for the person who, after a year, is the top of the overall table, which takes into account every months table. The prize for being top of the ASB after a year is a whopping $250 into your account. Of course, this prize may sound big now, but it will merely be a nice side-gift for the person who has been notching up victories across the year. The real prize is the ability to say that you were the best ASBer for that year.
The Point and H/E Difference System
The point system is simple. The H/E (which stands for Health/Energy) difference is slightly more complicated. The point system works based on certain types of victories across the ASB, and it works like so;
- 1 point for a match that ends in a draw/mutual forfeit.
- 2 points for the winner of any match that ends in disqualification or a tournament battle that ends after a set amount of time.
- 3 points for somebody who wins a match outright.
- 4 points for somebody who wins a tournament or Gym match outright.
- -1 point for anyone who loses a match by disqualification or who forfeits.
So you can see how the point system works, nice and easy.
But, as I said, the Health/Energy difference is slightly more complicated. It works as such;
- After a match is over, if it has ended by an outright winner, this person gets their remaining health and energy added together. This total then gets either the health or energy of their opponent (the one that didn't go down to 0%) deducted from their total. This gives them their total for the match. For example;
Competitor one wins their match with their Pokémon remaining on 54% health and 67% energy. This is added up to a total of 121.
They knocked their opponent out, but it still had 39% energy remaining. Deducting this from their total, their health/energy difference for the match was 121 - 39 = 82
- Similarly to the outright winner of a match, the outright loser also gets a h/e difference. This is their remaining statistic of either health or energy with the combined health and energy of the winner taken away. For example;
Competitor two of the aforesaid match has a health/energy difference of 39 - 121 = -82
- If a match ends in disqualification, the same thing happens, only the loser will have two stats rather than the normal one. This does mean that if somebody wins a match by disqualification but were doing worse in the match, they can end up with negative health/energy difference despite their win.
- If there is a match where more than one Pokémon is specified to be used and somebody wins the match without using all of their Pokémon, they get 200 added to their h/e difference total for every Pokémon they did not use. This is likely to be a rare occurrence though.
The point in health/energy difference is to differentiate between people on the same number of points. So, if at the end of the month two people are in the same position with the same amount of points, the person with the higher h/e difference will finish above the other person.
Year Two Table
Monthly Table for December 2010
September 2009 - Gold Rush (1st)
October 2009 - iReign (1st)
November 2009 - Scourge of Amaranth (1st)
December 2009 - Grass King (1st)
January 2010 - Elbub (1st)
February 2010 - Pokémon Partner (1st)
March 2010 - sammy0295 (1st)
April 2010 - Incandescent (1st)
May 2010 - Mawile_rocks (1st)
June 2010 - Stinky (1st)
July 2010 - Lord Khajmer (1st)
August 2010 - aeoneeveemoon (1st)
September 2010 - Lord Khajmer (2nd)
October 2010 - Dark Moonlight (1st)
November 2010 - N/A (no battles completed)
December 2010 - NES2 (1st)
And that's all!
Yes, that is all there is to this little incentive for battlers. You don't need to apply to enter, everybody who is involved in a completed battle will be automatically entered into this table. People can use this thread to post any questions they may have about the tables.