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By now it should be clear to all that Serbia will win most, if not all of the gold mines in the "Spoils of War" competition. The lone exemption being D1, which is still up for grabs as Argentina is within striking distance of first place.
Today, while I was perusing the rankings for this competition I considered that the "Prestige Points" would be a suitable method for approximation of both the military capabilities of a country as well as the activity level of players for each country. Regarding the prestige points, 3 points are gained daily simply for working and doing the daily order, so if the average citizen in a e-country is averaging less than these 3 points per day that means they are 2-clickers.
Furthermore, I consider that winning a prestige point in D1 is not the same as winning a prestige point in D4. Militarily speaking, having an active player in D4 is five times more valuable than an active player in D1 because of the points received per battle for that division. Division 1 gets 1 point, division 4 gets 5 points. In a proper ranking, the prestige points would have a weighted value according to the division they are earned in.
Below are the results of the weighted ranking.
Below are the results of the weighted ranking based on average points per citizen per day. For this, I used the Presidential election results to approximate the amount of active citizens. This ranking shows you how active players are in each country. Again, if your players are averaging less than 3 prestige points per day that means that your average player is a 2 clicker.
Note, because of the time zone discrepancies there might be a slight margin of error. The final standings of the competition might give slightly different results.
Total Prestige Points earned in D1 until now - 242,424
Total Prestige Points earned in D2 until now - 298,552
Total Prestige Points earned in D3 until now - 295,432
Total Prestige Points earned in D4 until now - 479,729
Until next time,
Stay classy San Diego.
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