RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Team Rocket Elite » Tue May 08, 2012 6:45 am

Crisu wrote:So if you blow out your opponent, you gain less SDO and rank lower than someone who won her match by 1 vote.
Poor Kanade. ;_;
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Elvinsky » Tue May 08, 2012 6:49 am

Never mind that Shiori lost her match, but the Lotus Order is up to a good start... :D

(YES! YES! YES!)

Nice wins from Homura, Sena and Hinagiku. And while she may not be one of my supported characters, it's pleasing to see Kagami blunt a Kugyu Knight's offensive. I'm also amused at how well Shinobu did in today's round. And I can't help but breathe a sigh of relief at Euu winning over Yuno. Finally, Fate and Nanoha winning their tag-team match against Suiseiseki and Souseiseki makes for a good start to the Regular Season.

Of course, there are a few bittersweet and bummer results as well. Mio won at the cost of Kotomi and Azusa won at the cost of Mugi. As mentioned, Shiori lost her match, and so did Yozora. (On the upside, if a genki girl like Yui-nyan can pull off a win like that, I wonder how Nyaruko will fare next year?)

And Kuroko is not going to have her way with her "onee-sama" anytime soon. At least she's enjoying that "whip of love"... :lol:
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Eater-of-All » Tue May 08, 2012 7:00 am

Team Rocket Elite wrote:
Crisu wrote:So if you blow out your opponent, you gain less SDO and rank lower than someone who won her match by 1 vote.
Poor Kanade. ;_;
Suddenly, that Aqua necklace doesn't seem such a cinch anymore. :ascii225:
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by xcrossfacekillahx » Tue May 08, 2012 7:03 am

Homura showed us how it's done.
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Eclairs » Tue May 08, 2012 7:04 am

If Kanade, Shana and Railgun keeps whipping their opponents, it might get interesting ( if they dont get high enough SDO < aka their match ups were against whipping girls > ). They three will probably make it to the necklace round, by virtue of winning all 7 matches and scoring 21 points, but at what SDO cost? I would like to see that.
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by maglor » Tue May 08, 2012 7:07 am

People, no matter what, it is number of wins you have, and then number of wins your opponent have, which will be the 2 most important factor for SDO, as in the past, as now, and as will in future. In end, fractional point will serve more like a tie breaker, and very little effect other than that.
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by niwa87 » Tue May 08, 2012 7:18 am

A bad start for me. Both Nagi and Kanon lost their first match. On a good side, I'm happy with some participants' performance including Subaru and Eucliwood.
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Crisu wrote:So if you blow out your opponent, you gain less SDO and rank lower than someone who won her match by 1 vote.
Poor Kanade. ;_;
Now I should reconsider my plan to anti-vote Kanade, lol :lol: ... It nice to see the ranking going upside down like that... Though it also affected Eucliwood... T_T
maglor wrote:People, no matter what, it is number of wins you have, and then number of wins your opponent have, which will be the 2 most important factor for SDO, as in the past, as now, and as will in future. In end, fractional point will serve more like a tie breaker, and very little effect other than that.
But it still affect the ranking, right? ;)
At least I won't see some contestants overkill their opponents to win the first place...
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by xcrossfacekillahx » Tue May 08, 2012 7:27 am

niwa87 wrote:A bad start for me. Both Nagi and Kanon lost their first match. On a good side, I'm happy with some participants' performance including Subaru and Eucliwood.
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Crisu wrote:So if you blow out your opponent, you gain less SDO and rank lower than someone who won her match by 1 vote.
Poor Kanade. ;_;
Now I should reconsider my plan to anti-vote Kanade, lol :lol: ... It nice to see the ranking going upside down like that... Though it also affected Eucliwood... T_T
True, maybe anti-voting Kanade will benefit her and her opponent scoring wise but SDO will be very important come necklace round (even if it's effect will be reduced).
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maglor wrote:People, no matter what, it is number of wins you have, and then number of wins your opponent have, which will be the 2 most important factor for SDO, as in the past, as now, and as will in future. In end, fractional point will serve more like a tie breaker, and very little effect other than that.
But it still affect the ranking, right? ;)
At least I won't see some contestants overkill their opponents to win the first place...
Winning is good but plan very well for the next move.
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by maglor » Tue May 08, 2012 7:33 am

niwa87 wrote:
maglor wrote:People, no matter what, it is number of wins you have, and then number of wins your opponent have, which will be the 2 most important factor for SDO, as in the past, as now, and as will in future. In end, fractional point will serve more like a tie breaker, and very little effect other than that.
But it still affect the ranking, right? ;)
At least I won't see some contestants overkill their opponents to win the first place...
Importance of fractional point decrease exponentially as round number goes up. While it may be the most important thing after round 1, by round 3, its effects will be pretty small, and by round 5, almost meaningless. So, "Just win, baby."
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Team Rocket Elite » Tue May 08, 2012 7:44 am

Yes, winning is most important. Fortunately all Kanade does is win win win!
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Chocola » Tue May 08, 2012 7:50 am

Maps are sort of online. Macrons are still being stupid.
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Cross » Tue May 08, 2012 7:55 am

I thought that SDO refers to the rank of the defeated opponent, not in VD.
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by chan12 » Tue May 08, 2012 8:07 am

Good start for Homura and Hinagiku.
Too Poor for Nagi, she lost in first day.
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by kanohistorm » Tue May 08, 2012 8:16 am

Katsura Hinagiku: win #196
Aisaka Taiga: win #141
Louise Valerie: win #99
Tachibana Kanade: win #50
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by xcrossfacekillahx » Tue May 08, 2012 8:43 am

200 win club update (not really the thread to post this)

Shana: 215
Nagato Yuki: 203
Suzumiya Haruhi: 201
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Katsura Hinagiku: 196
Sakagami Tomoyo: 189
Fujibayashi Kyou: 183
Hiiragi Kagami: 172
Saber: 162
Fate Testarossa: 158*


Did not reach Regular Season this year
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by maglor » Tue May 08, 2012 8:49 am

Cross wrote:I thought that SDO refers to the rank of the defeated opponent, not in VD.
SDO refers primarily to the pts( ~ win ) of the defeated opponent
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Demi. » Tue May 08, 2012 9:05 am

kanohistorm wrote:Fate won, kotomi and Elsea lost, results sucked.
Fate as in NanoFate exhibition or as in Fate/Stay Night? Then again you voted for all of them so I must be misinterpreting you.

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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by kanohistorm » Tue May 08, 2012 9:15 am

nah, it was just a jab at Alexander there :P
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by Demi. » Tue May 08, 2012 9:18 am

Ahh, confusion cleared.
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Re: RESULTS: 2012 Aquamarine 1

Post by YagamiHayate » Tue May 08, 2012 10:31 am

Lol Homura, Tier 1 barely managing to win against Tier 7. Nice.
I feel sorry for the other Tier 1 who will have to face her this period, would almost completely erase any chance said girl had at taking the necklace (unless it was Kanade, but even she would find it difficult after taking such a hit to SDO).
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