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'''Stars''' represent a players contribution to the game.  
 
'''Stars''' represent a players contribution to the game.  
  
These are not to be used to compare teams but can be useful for comparing players who are playing in the exact same position.
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These are not to be used to compare teams but can be useful for comparing players who are playing in the exact same position. Also, it was the analysis of stars that helped experienced [[manager|managers]] in determining the percentages of contributions for each position (e.g. the estimation of 80% [[scoring]] and 20% [[passing]] for forwards).
  
 
==Stars are evil==
 
==Stars are evil==
 
Stars are considered evil as they do not give a very accurate overview of a team actual strength although some people believe in them. If stars are used with care they are not "evil" as such they must simply be taken in context. Threads entitled [[Stars are evil]] often appear in conferences as people do not understand them.
 
Stars are considered evil as they do not give a very accurate overview of a team actual strength although some people believe in them. If stars are used with care they are not "evil" as such they must simply be taken in context. Threads entitled [[Stars are evil]] often appear in conferences as people do not understand them.
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In any case, the saying '''"stars are evil"''' is helpful as it helps [[noob|noobs]] understand the fact that stars are next to irrelevant when it comes to deciding a match (so it reduces comments like [[How%27d_I_Loose%3F|"I should have won, I got 22 stars and he had only 20"]].
 
In any case, the saying '''"stars are evil"''' is helpful as it helps [[noob|noobs]] understand the fact that stars are next to irrelevant when it comes to deciding a match (so it reduces comments like [[How%27d_I_Loose%3F|"I should have won, I got 22 stars and he had only 20"]].
  

Revision as of 10:20, 10 February 2006

Stars represent a players contribution to the game.

These are not to be used to compare teams but can be useful for comparing players who are playing in the exact same position. Also, it was the analysis of stars that helped experienced managers in determining the percentages of contributions for each position (e.g. the estimation of 80% scoring and 20% passing for forwards).

Stars are evil

Stars are considered evil as they do not give a very accurate overview of a team actual strength although some people believe in them. If stars are used with care they are not "evil" as such they must simply be taken in context. Threads entitled Stars are evil often appear in conferences as people do not understand them.

In any case, the saying "stars are evil" is helpful as it helps noobs understand the fact that stars are next to irrelevant when it comes to deciding a match (so it reduces comments like "I should have won, I got 22 stars and he had only 20".


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