Stats, Ranks, and Specializations

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Stats, Ranks, and Specializations

Post by Legolas Greenleaf on Sat Dec 16, 2017 8:56 am

This is a WIP.

Stats Basic Info

Stats here determine your character's ability level in certain fields. The higher a stat is, the higher ability your character has in that field. Total stats cap out at 1000, and no stat field may surpass 250 in its own individual field. The amount of base stats a user has is entirely dependent on which rank their character is. Rank is determined at registration, based on how long and well done the app is. Keep in mind, this doesn't necessarily mean a long app equals Grand Master rank automatically. It is based mostly off quality, though quantity is to an extent a part of it.

There are a few basic stats that everybody must have a minimum of 1 in. They determine things such as strength, ability to endure pain, or speed. The basic stats are as follows:

Endurance: One of the basic Stats, endurance determines how much your character can take. Low endurance, for example, means your character would likely pass out from the pain of a broken arm or anything of that level. High endurance would mean you would hardly notice your own fatigue, or injuries you obtained.

Strength: Another of the basic Stats, strength determines a character's physical strength. How far they can throw something, or how much they can lift, that kind of thing. Low strength would mean you'd barely be able to lift anything beyond 20 lbs, for example, while the higher it gets the more you can lift.

Intelligence: Intelligence, another basic stat. This determines how smart your character is. Can they only do basic math equations and can't read? They probably have low intelligence. Are they a spectacular inventor who revolutionized their field? They're likely to have high intelligence.

Health: Your general health stat. The higher a character's health, the more likely it is that they can take a lot more damage. This stat is especially useful for characters that are meant to fight in the middle of things, such as bersekers or warriors. Low health is likely to mean you get beat up pretty easy, whereas high health means you're likely able to survive things any normal human wouldn't.

Speed: Can your character move at inhuman speeds? Are they so fast it's hard to keep track of them? If so, they probably have high speed. Speed determines how fast a character can move, the higher the Speed, the faster they go. If a user's speed caps out, their character can go at speeds up to Mach 3.

Legolas Greenleaf

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Character Name: Legolas Greenleaf
Experience: 5000
Rank: Grand Master

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