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Why do players with the same number of wins get different scores in TDM?

dfoofnik vor 6 Jahren aktualisiert von MarineMan2 vor 6 Jahren 2
Is it based on who you kill? How long you play? Or whether you use "drugs" to score? Otherwise someone with 16 kills and 19 deaths should not substantially outscore someone who has 20 kills and 5 deaths.

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This can be due to a number of factors, none of which have to do with whether you use supplies or not, nor how long you've been participating in that battle. Firstly, using the first image from the left as my example, the fellow who is higher up on the list of the two you pointed out, has not died as many times as the other one. Secondly, the reason there is someone with fewer kills between them, is because he was using Isida, thence he acquired score by healing rather than just killing.
The scores are all over the place v/v points per kill.
Examples: http://i1127.photobucket.com/albums/l640/dfoofnik/ThreeGames.png
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This can be due to a number of factors, none of which have to do with whether you use supplies or not, nor how long you've been participating in that battle. Firstly, using the first image from the left as my example, the fellow who is higher up on the list of the two you pointed out, has not died as many times as the other one. Secondly, the reason there is someone with fewer kills between them, is because he was using Isida, thence he acquired score by healing rather than just killing.