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Posted by Jon Wood on Oct 24, 2006  | Comments

PvP - Dungeons & Dragons Online -

Turbine has announced some new information about the structure of their PvP system, and further to that, the leaderboard feature that is coming with their newest expansion, The Demon Sands.


You can read the whole article by following the link below.


Hi Everyone!

So while you're excited for the impending launch of The Demon Sands, you've probably been thinking "Gee, as awesome as this PvP system sounds, I really hope I can track my progress as compared to my peers and contemporaries. Is Turbine adding some kind of PvP Leaderboard feature?"

The answer, my friends, is a resounding "Yes!"

It's our pleasure to announce the launch of a web-based PvP Leaderboard (and a redesigned website to boot) with the release of The Demon Sands. Gloat over the public display of your complete and utter dominance in the PvP arenas!

How It Works

So how does it work? Well, as you participate in PvP matches, we're keeping track of a lot of data – who was in the match, who won the match, who killed whom, etc. Once a day, we'll be taking this data and sending it over to our web servers, along with a new field representing your total PvP Rating (more on this later).

When you load the Leaderboard, you'll be able to view character rankings and statistics per server and per date (All Time, Current Month, and Last Month), and you'll be able to filter on Class, Race, and Match Type (All, Deathmatch, or Capture the Flag). You'll be able to sort the rankings by Rating (the default), Wins, Kills, Flags Captured, or Flags Returned (these last two aren't options for Deathmatch rankings for obvious reasons).

What's more, you'll be able to type in the name of a character to find them on the Leaderboard, although it's important to note that characters won't be listed until they've participated in at least one match.

Read the whole article here.