OLD Wilkinson Ratings

Right this is the original page with all my Wlkinson ratings for my warriors. OK in an effort to kickstart a standard warrior rating system I have adopted the Wilkinson Benchmark to rate all my warriors. Here are all the warriors now sorted accoding to their score, plus some comparisons with common warriors to show just how mine compare. Also I'm going to rate warriors which I haven't released yet so that people can see how they compare here.

  1. 132.8 Extreme Prejudice
  2. 130.1 Hyakutake Zenith
  3. 129.6 Hyakutake C/1996 B2 +
  4. 127.8 Hyakutake C/1996 B2
  5. 126.5 Hyakutake Perihelion
  6. 121.7 You Wouldn't Let It Lie!
  7. 121.5 Judge Nutmeg
  8. 119.4 You Wouldn't Let It Lie! 1.01
  9. 115.9 Uvavu II revisited
  10. 115.8 Uvavu II
  11. 112.0 Hyakutake Rising
  12. 109.1 Hyakutake Approaches
  13. 107.7 Uvavu P!
  14. 106.8 Hint Test V.4 (from Core Warrior #6)
  15. 91.6 Cyclone
  16. 81.3 Hyakutake Engine
  17. 79.0 Uvavu V1.01
  18. 72.0 Enlightenment
  19. 70.8 Uvavu
  20. 61.3 Enlightenment II
  21. 58.2 Eranu V1.02
  22. 58.1 Eranu v1.03
  23. 54.4 Deathwalker
  24. 53.8 Deathwalker II
  25. 52.0 A. K. Dewdney's Dwarf
  26. 51.2 Uvavu 40(TNG)
  27. 49.5 Mutagen
  28. 48.7 Uvavu 60(TNG)
  29. 47.7 Uvavu 76(TNG)
  30. 44.1 Uvavu (original)
  31. 43.6 Uvavu 20(TNG)
  32. 8.0 Wait......

The benchmark warriors are available from Planar's archive, and the rating process I have used is simply 200 battles with each warrior and a self battle the scores are then scaled to 100 battles (i.e 0-300).

Only 2600 battles is probably too small to justify the precision I have used in the ratings, but when I get time I will run more tests to increase the accuracy.

So now the question is how the benchmary can be improved, there are only 12 warriors, probably too small for an accurate benchmark, also should the number of round be altered and should we include self fights.

And what do we call the rating, Wilks, Wilkies, Wilkstones.....

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Scott Manley/spm@star.arm.ac.uk