Leaderboard & Points
These points are not associated with the original Equus points.
How it works:
In each show you will get scored from a scale of 0-10 or 5-10 (depending on discipline) for each gait we ask you to show. If we ask you to submit a picture of walk, trot and tölt we will give you a score for each of the gaits. Then we will add them together and divide the result on the amount of gaits we wanted you to show.
Example: You have to show walk, trot, canter and tölt. Your scores are 7.5 / 6.0 / 6.5 / 7.0. Then we do the math: 7.5+6.0+6.5+7.0 = 27
27 ÷ 4 = 6.75
Then 6.75 will be your total score and this will be on the leaderboard! The total scores from different shows will not be added together, it's the best total score that counts. We do this to encourage people to try to get better each time, and have a goal to reach that perfect 10!
Your worlds are super lovely, especially English Yew, it's so neat, but also so realistic! So I would also be interested. Pricing wise I think I'm not a good help, because I also have no clue, but as suggested before, I think arround 50k sounds good as starting bid
TBs are one of the main breeds I have in Montgomery Park, but no flat racers, since personally I have no interest in it. I used to have TB flat racers ages ago though, but as a bunch of people before me said, this discipline is not getting as much attention anymore. My TBs are mainly in the most popular three disciplines: Jumping, Eventing and Dressage.
Yes, every so often they add new things. They even recently added new guest.
Wow, really? When the last time I checked the game many of these things were only planned... Quite intriguing! I think I should check everything in more detail then, so interesting...
Thank you very much, Irene and Emilia!
I like the idea of having a thread / long-time challenge dedicated to our older retired pixels, definitely much more than having an implemented age system to follow. I'm forever changing the DOBs on my own horses because I get too attached and want them to stay younger for longer, or if they reach their last title earlier than what I personally deem realistic for them.
I can understand that this may make people nervous about selling horses for fear they'd be dumped into a Deceased Account and be unable to be retrieved, but I think this is a symptom of the larger problem Equus has about wanting to keep control over horses they've sold. If you make a decision to sell a horse, you are handing over control of that horse to another person. Full stop. You no longer get to decide what the horse does or where it goes, or if it gets sold on to another person who then stops being active, etc. It's a reality of selling that no matter who that horse gets sold to, it may no longer remain active, and that's a risk we all take whenever we make a decision to give up a horse.
I agree with this so much. I have sold many horses who are now un-active, or barely active. Does it bug me a little? Sure but ultimately its just like real life, when you sell a horse it is no longer yours If it happens to be a good sale you might get an owner who sends you updates and keeps you posted, but you might not. That horse is theirs and they can do with it as they please. I think the graveyard is a good idea.
I just.. go with this.
There is always a risk, that those horses are "lost" but thats the general risk if you sell it. I think I dont need to repeat people here.
I myself am also always a bit sad and think twice before I sell horses, but I am aware of the risks that I dont have control over anything anymore at the point of selling.
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