Profile stats id love to see


#1

Not urgently. But someday:

Lifetime donations given
All time highest trophy count
Highest trophy count this season
Highest trophy count last season
Tournament wins (assuming actual tournaments, not pvp seasons)

Thats all I can think of.


#2

Highest trophy count is tricky because once they reset, first player to win a battle or 2 will be ranked higher than probably ever before.


#3

Should be a dynamic high water mark for the season as an individual.


#4

Donation definitely. This one figure can tell many things, whether the player is active or not, and whether the player is helpful as a alliance member.


#5

wins and losses :joy:


#6

I support the idea of adding personal statistics. These stats just came to mind:

  • Battles played
  • win/loss %
  • dino with most battles played
  • highest score during dna catching (darting)

#7

I would very much like to see stats for alliance members.

Total DNA recieved.
Total DNA donated.
Last Online.

All I need to know, dont care about their arena records.


#8

I think there are two sets of stats here. Alliance stats and personal stats.

Id love to see both.


#9

Love these!


#10

Win/loss % is going to be between 50-55% for practically everyone.


#11

You’re forgetting the top 100 people


#12

Hence the addition of the word “practically”


#13

I want to see total wins. Dont show me losses. Lol.


#14

Would love to see # of meters traveled and number of DNA collected for each dino.


#15

So the challenge would be to reach +55% dont you think?


#16

You can’t. If you win a few more you increase level and fight harder opponents until you are back at the 50% level.


#17

I’d like a personal journal that tells me the last 20-30 things I did in game. Maybe that’s also where they keep our stats.


#18

So, assuming you are right because I think you are not;
even then… whats wrong with a win/loss % statistic?


#19

Ask Apex team- they might know? Relentless-Legomin-
Marktheshark


#20

@Ned i see you liked this. Are you going to pass this along? Maybe a journal that has stats and recent activity would be very useful!