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A list of all [[fighter]]s in a given region (eg. [[Barony]]) with a tally of the number of bouts they have fought in tournaments and their success rate. A similar list is also kept for [[archer]]s, although their system is often based on points rather than number of kills.
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The '''hit list''' is a way of ranking all [[SCA]] [[fighter]]s in a given [[groups|group]] based on a tally of the number of bouts they have fought in [[tournament]]s and their success rate.  
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Various variations of scoring exist:
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* Score points for each kill, including [[double-kill]]s
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* Score points for each victory, not including double-kills
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* Score bonus points for kills against highly ranked opponents and/or [[knight]]s
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* For target [[archer]]s, score according to the points of the round
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* Only rank using points scored over a set period of time, eg. the last year or six months.
  
 
The hit list for [[heavy fighter]]s is maintained by the [[List Keeper]].
 
The hit list for [[heavy fighter]]s is maintained by the [[List Keeper]].

Revision as of 11:25, 9 September 2004

The hit list is a way of ranking all SCA fighters in a given group based on a tally of the number of bouts they have fought in tournaments and their success rate.

Various variations of scoring exist:

  • Score points for each kill, including double-kills
  • Score points for each victory, not including double-kills
  • Score bonus points for kills against highly ranked opponents and/or knights
  • For target archers, score according to the points of the round
  • Only rank using points scored over a set period of time, eg. the last year or six months.

The hit list for heavy fighters is maintained by the List Keeper.