Denominations

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Player abilities etc

Term Value
divine [1] 20
utopian 19
magical 18
mythical 17
extra-terrestrial 16
titanic 15
supernatural 14
world class 13
magnificent 12
brilliant 11
outstanding 10
formidable 9
excellent 8
solid 7
passable 6
inadequate 5
weak 4
poor 3
wretched 2
disastrous 1
non-existent 0

Coach skills / Form / Leadership

Term Value
excellent 8 [2]
solid 7
passable 6
inadequate 5
weak 4
poor 3
wretched 2
disastrous 1

Formation experience / Youth squad

Term Value
excellent 8
solid 7
passable 6
inadequate 5
weak 4
poor 3
wretched 2
disastrous 1
non-existent [3] 0

Sponsors & supporters

Term Value
Sending love poems to you 9
dancing in the streets 8
high on life 7
delirious 6
satisfied 5
content 4
calm 3
irritated 2
furious 1
murderous 0

Agreeability

Term Value
beloved team member[4]
popular guy 5
sympathetic guy 4
pleasant guy 3
controversial person 2
nasty fellow 1

Honesty

Term Value
saintly[5]
righteous 5
upright 4
honest 3
dishonest 2
infamous 1


Aggressivity

Term Value
fiery 5
temperamental 4
balanced 3
calm 2
tranquil 1

Team spirit

Term Value
Paradise on Earth! 10
walking on clouds 9
delirious 8
satisfied 7
content 6
calm 5
composed 4
irritated 3
furious 2
murderous 1
like the Cold War 0

Team confidence

Term Value
extremely exaggerated 10
completely exaggerated 9
slightly exaggerated 8
wonderful 7
strong 6
decent 5
poor 4
wretched 3
disastrous 2
non-existent 1

Footnotes

  1. ^  Divine is the highest visible skill level attainable of a player in Hattrick. Players trained to divine often appear on National Teams, but of course this depends on their specific skill set. Divine players struggle with disproportionately high wages, and thus very few competitive teams employ divine players.
  2. ^  Only one player with excellent leadership is known to exist in Hattrick. See Bob
  3. ^  It is possible, although quite difficult, to achieve 'non-existent' level of formation experience, e.g. by selling very many players in a short period of time.
  4. ^  Only two beloved team members is known to exist in Hattrick. See Bob Sunesson and Bob
  5. ^  No players with saintly honesty are known to exist.
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