Home English (UK) Players ask Players

We need new Moderators!


ModeratorWe are always on the lookout for talented people to join the team. That means you! If you think you could help us organise and inform the community while entertaining everyone then apply. We need people to help out on the forum, behind the scenes with announcements, on Discord and on our other Social Media channels.


If this is something you think might be of interest to you, HERE

Colossus PO formula

PeterKlintingPeterKlinting Posts: 336
edited 01.03.2013 in Players ask Players
Has anyone found a formula for calculating PO given from the Colossus in relativity to how many points you have?

The closest I've been so far is PO=cuberoot(points)*9.5, but it's not right. Could be good if someone solved it:)
Post edited by PeterKlinting on
Always remember to enjoy the game

PeterKlinting @ international 1
«1

Comments

  • Conqueror9Conqueror9 Posts: 896
    edited 13.12.2012
    it is colossus item

    it do not related with the resource u denote

    it means
    u denote resource, get a ranking in denotion, u get that ranking "colossus" when event is over

    today u get a ranking which may give u 100PO,
    next day, if u get kick down in ladder and go lower in ranking, that new ranking , u may only get 50PO

    those colossus item, may not depends on any equation
    it can be different or quite different

    as far i c , it say PO from that decorative item <--- it is "item"
    it is not a decolation u add PO on it
    if it say PO of your colossus
    then it is your unique colossus that u add PO on it with denote resource

    i may understanding it wrongly
    pls check
    Conqueror9 @ au 1
  • Gaz The BossGaz The Boss Posts: 521
    edited 13.12.2012
    60*log(X/10)
    Gaz The Boss @ en 1
  • xiaomaoxiaomao Posts: 32
    edited 14.12.2012
    That's not it, the number I got is way higher. By the way what base is the logarithm?
    xiaomao @ WWW 2
  • Gaz The BossGaz The Boss Posts: 521
    edited 14.12.2012
    X = Points

    the result is the %

    exactly 100.000 points will be the 240 po which i suppose to be the maximum achievable
    Gaz The Boss @ en 1
  • BerserkEmpire91BerserkEmpire91 Posts: 64
    edited 14.12.2012
    Whatever it is, if they just had it in the building menu, people would never go for it.
    Ignorance and laziness combine to form stupidity.
  • PeterKlintingPeterKlinting Posts: 336
    edited 14.12.2012
    Thank you very much, Gaz The Bozz. :D it's definitely the right formula as it works for my points. Question answered :D
    Always remember to enjoy the game

    PeterKlinting @ international 1
  • Trage NerdTrage Nerd Posts: 164
    edited 15.12.2012
    240 is not the maximum, there was a bug yesterday morning and everyone had 1,5 million points...That gave a PO of 308
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    Take some time and effort and find out where you are...
    How else will you know where you're going? :D


    + If Goodgames can calculate something, so can I! +
  • KellyMKellyM Posts: 5
    edited 28.02.2013
    This time around I think the Colossus PO is figured:

    60*log(x/20)

    Does that work for the numbers you all have?
    When I had 200 points, my PO was 60; 2000 points, PO was 120.
    KellyM @ WWW 2
  • Ante55Ante55 Posts: 1,156
    edited 28.02.2013
    KellyM wrote: »
    This time around I think the Colossus PO is figured:

    60*log(x/20)

    Does that work for the numbers you all have?
    When I had 200 points, my PO was 60; 2000 points, PO was 120.

    Yes there is another thread about this stating the simular formula you just typed
    Ante55 @ skn 1 "Really you are actually reading this?!" ?(

    Need info about RBCs? Click on this Link!
    http://deathorgloryalliance.blogspot.in/

    Watch my new idea of a new event! Click on this link ! http://en.board.goodgamestudios.com/empire/showthread.php?59572-New-Event-The-Conquest-of-Forlarn-Valley&highlight=forlarn

    Also please use the search function!
  • KellyMKellyM Posts: 5
    edited 28.02.2013
    Thanks, where?
    KellyM @ WWW 2
  • Don EmpireDon Empire Posts: 1,346
    edited 28.02.2013
    KellyM wrote: »
    This time around I think the Colossus PO is figured:

    60*log(x/20)

    Does that work for the numbers you all have?
    When I had 200 points, my PO was 60; 2000 points, PO was 120.

    Your formula is wrong I have got about 9672 points and my PO is 161 only :(
    In WW1 Name--Don Empire.
    In WW2 Name--Zvezdas5.
    In USA1 Name--I am back.
  • LokiwiLokiwi Posts: 1
    edited 28.02.2013
    60*log(9672/20)=161.07
    Lokiwi @ usa 1
  • stupidnamestupidname Posts: 119
    edited 28.02.2013
    how many resources would you have to contribute for it to be better than the ruby jousting list in terms of PO/square?

    My understanding is the highest PO anyones reported from a colossus is 240po. But its larger than a jousting list which as PO of 190 something(at work so cant check sizes or eact po from jousting list)

    So roughly speaking the biggest colossus was on par with the jousting list considering the squares it takes up. So then the question is how many resources was that? 3 mil?
    stupidname @ usa 1
  • KellyMKellyM Posts: 5
    edited 01.03.2013
    To get 240 PO, you would need 200,000 points. So that would be 10 million wood, or about 6.7 million stone, or 4 million of each. The space my colossus takes up is 5x 10, same as a park or festival square. So in my opinion, is it easier to just get the festival squares, if you can spend rubies.

    To have a colossus be the same PO as a festival square would take about 29,360 points, or 587,200 of each resource.

    To have a colossus be the same as a park would take about 22,000 of each resource. So if you can use more resources than that, and do not use rubies, it's worth it to get a better decoration than a park.

    Jousting lists are not as good as festival squares and take up more room. They are never worth buying in my opinion, but if you are looking to replace one, the colossus will fit there (assuming it's the same size this time around) and will cost you about 500,000 of each resource to have better PO than the jousting list.

    So far, for the current event, I see that only about 100 players have better PO than a festival square, and the highest PO is at 226.
    KellyM @ WWW 2
  • There is no formula!

    The formula changes EVERY public order point you earn.

    The best way to figure out how many coins you need for number of coins per public order point is if someone created a spread sheet of how many coins are needed to reach a certain public order.
    Kilroy was Here
  • Pallu (IN1)Pallu (IN1) Posts: 569
    There is no formula!

    The formula changes EVERY public order point you earn.

    The best way to figure out how many coins you need for number of coins per public order point is if someone created a spread sheet of how many coins are needed to reach a certain public order.

    your confused, and wrong.


    go lie down, child.

    A Pattern, Maybe? http://prntscr.com/9fceqb

    My main castle: http://prntscr.com/9fcfmb


  • UD1 (INT1)UD1 (INT1) INT1 Posts: 2,280
    http://prntscr.com/9tp00l
    http://prntscr.com/9tp096

    Sorry cant tell you excactly what i spent but gold collosus but over 60 million coins 
    BIGTtheMULLER @ WWW 1
  • There is no formula!

    The formula changes EVERY public order point you earn.

    The best way to figure out how many coins you need for number of coins per public order point is if someone created a spread sheet of how many coins are needed to reach a certain public order.

    your confused, and wrong.


    go lie down, child.

    Okay, then what is the formula?

    Oh wait, you don't know!

    Apparently there is more evidence in my favor than yours!
    Kilroy was Here
  • There is no formula!

    The formula changes EVERY public order point you earn.

    The best way to figure out how many coins you need for number of coins per public order point is if someone created a spread sheet of how many coins are needed to reach a certain public order.

    your confused, and wrong.


    go lie down, child.

    Okay, then what is the formula?

    Oh wait, you don't know!

    Apparently there is more evidence in my favor than yours!
    http://prntscr.com/9uh0co 

Leave a Comment

BoldItalicStrikethroughOrdered listUnordered list
Emoji
Image
Align leftAlign centerAlign rightToggle HTML viewToggle full pageToggle lights
Drop image/file