Difference between revisions of "Talk:General training"

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From what I know, General training doesn't improve foreground form at all. What it does is speed up the transition to background form if it's higher than foreground form, and slows down the transition if it's lower. That is, if a player is in excellent form, and his BG form is weak, he'll drop in form slower than usual. If his FG form is weak, and BG form is excellent, he'll rise faster. If this wasn't the case, then we'd be seeing hordes of newbie clubs who "train" General and field inadequate players in solid/excellent form throughout the season, but we don't. Maybe I should include this in a "based on opinion" template... --[[User:Catalyst2950|Catalyst2950]] 22:15, 13 December 2005 (UTC)
 
From what I know, General training doesn't improve foreground form at all. What it does is speed up the transition to background form if it's higher than foreground form, and slows down the transition if it's lower. That is, if a player is in excellent form, and his BG form is weak, he'll drop in form slower than usual. If his FG form is weak, and BG form is excellent, he'll rise faster. If this wasn't the case, then we'd be seeing hordes of newbie clubs who "train" General and field inadequate players in solid/excellent form throughout the season, but we don't. Maybe I should include this in a "based on opinion" template... --[[User:Catalyst2950|Catalyst2950]] 22:15, 13 December 2005 (UTC)
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yes, agree with this, I'd slightly forgotten the details, and just written a bit of a general slating of general.  Please amend! [[User:Dancing rob|Dancing rob]] 22:20, 13 December 2005 (UTC)

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From what I know, General training doesn't improve foreground form at all. What it does is speed up the transition to background form if it's higher than foreground form, and slows down the transition if it's lower. That is, if a player is in excellent form, and his BG form is weak, he'll drop in form slower than usual. If his FG form is weak, and BG form is excellent, he'll rise faster. If this wasn't the case, then we'd be seeing hordes of newbie clubs who "train" General and field inadequate players in solid/excellent form throughout the season, but we don't. Maybe I should include this in a "based on opinion" template... --Catalyst2950 22:15, 13 December 2005 (UTC)

yes, agree with this, I'd slightly forgotten the details, and just written a bit of a general slating of general. Please amend! Dancing rob 22:20, 13 December 2005 (UTC)