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Jay_Desai
110 months ago
Hey this is the second post....!! I am really confused how much the skill index of a player increases after training?


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Jay_Desai
110 months ago
yes Kashyup, I am training him in batting as he is useless and I want him to be good till he can reach his 20's. But I thought if a player pops in any skill that is because increase in skill level, thats why I was tracking the skill index. Isn't that right?

Sir Kashyap (Army Ants)
110 months ago
A Medicore player at level 4.0, after 1 week of training becomes 4.2 (say)...so after 5 weeks he becomes 5.0 and you will see him 'pop' in skill.

The SI of a player at 4.2 is definitely higher than a player who is at 4.0

Skill Index increase can vary as it depends on how high the current skill is.
eg: the SI increase per week of training when he is just useless is much less compared to when he's already Accomplished.
Jay_Desai
110 months ago
Oh ok that makes sense...!! Thanks man..!!
PrashantSethi (Crackers)
110 months ago
Does it has any advantages if i do not change the training focus for a few weeks? Like, if I train my batsmen for say 3 consecutive weeks is the SI gained in 3rd week greater than the 2nd, and 2nd greater than 1st?
Satyasarthak (Shree)
110 months ago
This is what I have observed.....apart from what kashyap said....SI will not increase much with every week of training..but it jumps to a very high level when your player pops....for eg....your player is let's say....has SI 100....and every week of training gives him a 10 point increase....but the week he pops...you ll see an increase of let's a 100 more points together.....
Sir Kashyap (Army Ants)
110 months ago
@prashantsethi: always make it a point to train the same thing for weeks-months....few weeks really don't add much...no point training someone form 4.0 to 4.2...you want him to be a 8.0 or something.

The skills are what will effect performance, not the skill index (SI is only meant to calculate market value, etc.). So think only in terms of 'skills'.
pgarg005
110 months ago
@Kashyap: Does training continuously for a particular skill set have an advantage over rotating training types every week for the all round development of the team? Or it is just the slower development in the particular area?
Sir Kashyap (Army Ants)
110 months ago
Training is extremely slow for old players...it's much more beneficial to train 17-20yr olds.
So more than anything else train the part of the team that has such players. Whether you choose to train them in batting or bowling or alternate between them to turn them into all-rounders is upto you.

Do u mean, will training them int he same skill increase training speed?...Nope nothing like that...it's just that the value of a player goes up exponentially when he's trained to higher skill levels...so the longer you train a guy at the same skill, the better.
Shashank (ShKa)
110 months ago
How do you play practise matches? I keep reading this in several threads... *confused* 
Sir Kashyap (Army Ants)
110 months ago
When you invite someone, you play a practice match with them 20 min after they join...

If a user joins without an invite, we check if any of his friends are playing Hitwicket...we pick a random one among them for the match. 
If there is no one at all, then they play a BOT.

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