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 downarrow.gif Questions
 
 
  1. How are players tracked? Or, why is my name listed more than once?

  2. How is the "points" rating calculated?

  3. What are all the weapon points modifiers?

  4. How can I set my real name, e-mail address, homepage and ICQ number?

  5. My rank is embarrassing. How can I opt out?
 downarrow.gif Answers
 
  1. How are players tracked? Or, why is my name listed more than once?

Players are tracked by Unique ID. Unique IDs are calculated from your Half-Life CD Key. You should never disclose your CD Key to another player. The CD Key-to-Unique ID calculation algorithm is one-way, however, so it is quite safe to disclose your Unique ID.

A player may have more than one name. On the Player Rankings pages, players are shown with the most recent name they used in the game. If you click on a player's name, the Player Details page will show you a list of all other names that this player uses, if any, under the Aliases section (if the player has not used any other names, the Aliases section will not be displayed).

Your name may be listed more than once if somebody else (with a different Unique ID) uses the same name.

You can use the Search function to find a player by name or Unique ID.


2. How is the "points" rating calculated?

A new player has 1000 points. Every time you make a kill, you gain a certain amount of points depending on a) the victim's points rating, and b) the weapon you used. If you kill someone with a higher points rating than you, then you gain more points than if you kill someone with a lower points rating than you. Therefore, killing newbies will not get you as far as killing the #1 player. And if you kill someone with your knife, you gain more points than if you kill them with a rifle, for example.

When you are killed, you lose a certain amount of points, which again depends on the points rating of your killer and the weapon they used (you don't lose as many points for being killed by the #1 player with a rifle than you do for being killed by a low ranked player with a knife). This makes moving up the rankings easier, but makes staying in the top spots harder.

Specifically, the equations are:

  Killer Points = Killer Points + (Victim Points / Killer Points)
                 × Weapon Modifier × 5

  Victim Points = Victim Points - (Victim Points / Killer Points)
                 × Weapon Modifier × 5

Plus, the following point bonuses are available for completing objectives in some games:

Game Player Action PlyrPlyr Action Team Action World Action Action sort-ascending.gif Player Reward Team Reward
Team Fortress 2 No No Yes No Blue captured point 0 Blue +2
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Capture blocked +15
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Charge deployed +15
Team Fortress 2 No Yes No No Domination +15
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Flag captured +15
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Flag defended +15
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Flag dropped -15
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Flag picked up +15
Team Fortress 2 No Yes No No Kill assist +5
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Object built 0
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Object killed +15
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Own Object killed 0
Team Fortress 2 No Yes No No Player Extinguished +15
Team Fortress 2 Yes No No No Point captured +15
Team Fortress 2 No No Yes No Red captured point 0 Red +2
Team Fortress 2 No Yes No No Revenge +15

Note The player who triggers an action may receive both the player reward and the team reward.


3. What are all the weapon points modifiers?

Weapon points modifiers are used to determine how many points you should gain or lose when you make a kill or are killed by another player. Higher modifiers indicate that more points will be gained when killing with that weapon (and similarly, more points will be lost when being killed by that weapon). Modifiers generally range from 0.00 to 2.00.

Game Weapon Name Points Modifier sort-descending.gif
Team Fortress 2 wrench Wrench 1.80
Team Fortress 2 unique_pickaxe Equalizer 1.80
Team Fortress 2 tribalkukri Tribalman's Shiv 1.80
Team Fortress 2 telefrag Telefrag 1.80
Team Fortress 2 taunt_spy Taunt Spy 1.80
Team Fortress 2 taunt_soldier Taunt Soldier 1.80
Team Fortress 2 taunt_sniper Taunt Sniper 1.80
Team Fortress 2 taunt_scout Taunt Scout 1.80
Team Fortress 2 taunt_pyro Hadouken Taunt 1.80
Team Fortress 2 taunt_heavy Heavy Taunt 1.80
Team Fortress 2 taunt_guitar_kill Taunt Engineer 1.80
Team Fortress 2 taunt_demoman Taunt Demoman 1.80
Team Fortress 2 southern_hospitality Southern Hospitality 1.80
Team Fortress 2 sledgehammer Homewrecker 1.80
Team Fortress 2 shovel Shovel 1.80
Team Fortress 2 sandman Sandman 1.80
Team Fortress 2 robot_arm_combo_kill Gunslinger Combo Kill 1.80
Team Fortress 2 robot_arm_blender_kill Gunslinger Blender Kill 1.80
Team Fortress 2 robot_arm Gunslinger 1.80
Team Fortress 2 powerjack Powerjack 1.80
Team Fortress 2 pickaxe Equalizer 1.80
Team Fortress 2 paintrain Pain Train 1.80
Team Fortress 2 knife Knife 1.80
Team Fortress 2 jar Jarate 1.80
Team Fortress 2 holy_mackerel Holy Mackerel 1.80
Team Fortress 2 headtaker Horseless Headless Horsemann's Headtaker 1.80
Team Fortress 2 gloves The Killing Gloves of Boxing 1.80
Team Fortress 2 fryingpan Frying Pan 1.80
Team Fortress 2 fists Fists 1.80
Team Fortress 2 fireaxe Fireaxe 1.80
Team Fortress 2 eternal_reward Eternal Reward 1.80
Team Fortress 2 demoshield Chargin' Targe 1.80
Team Fortress 2 deflect_sticky Deflected Sticky Bomb 1.80
Team Fortress 2 deflect_rocket Deflected Rocket 1.80
Team Fortress 2 deflect_promode Deflected Pipe Bomb 1.80
Team Fortress 2 deflect_arrow Deflected Arrow 1.80
Team Fortress 2 compound_bow Bow 1.80
Team Fortress 2 club Club 1.80
Team Fortress 2 bottle Bottle 1.80
Team Fortress 2 bonesaw Bonesaw 1.80
Team Fortress 2 bleed_kill Bleed Kill 1.80
Team Fortress 2 battleneedle Vita-Saw 1.80
Team Fortress 2 battleaxe Scotsman's Skullcutter 1.80
Team Fortress 2 bat Bat 1.80
Team Fortress 2 ball Ball 1.80
Team Fortress 2 axtinguisher Axtinguisher 1.80
Team Fortress 2 short_stop Short Stop 1.50
Team Fortress 2 samrevolver Big Kill 1.50
Team Fortress 2 revolver Revolver 1.50
Team Fortress 2 pistol_scout Scout Pistol 1.50
Team Fortress 2 pistol Pistol 1.50
Team Fortress 2 maxgun Lugermorph 1.50
Team Fortress 2 letranger L'Etranger 1.50
Team Fortress 2 syringegun_medic Syringegun 1.40
Team Fortress 2 sniperrifle Sniper Rifle 1.40
Team Fortress 2 smg SMG 1.40
Team Fortress 2 shotgun_soldier Soldier Shotgun 1.40
Team Fortress 2 shotgun_pyro Pyro Shotgun 1.40
Team Fortress 2 shotgun_primary Primary Shotgun 1.40
Team Fortress 2 shotgun_hwg Heavy Weapons Guy Shotgun 1.40
Team Fortress 2 scattergun Scattergun 1.40
Team Fortress 2 frontier_justice Frontier Justice 1.40
Team Fortress 2 force_a_nature Force-A-Nature 1.40
Team Fortress 2 ambassador Ambassador 1.40
Team Fortress 2 obj_sentrygun Sentry Gun 1.20
Team Fortress 2 tf_projectile_rocket Rocket 1.00
Team Fortress 2 tf_projectile_pipe Pipe Bomb 1.00
Team Fortress 2 tf_projectile_arrow Arrow 1.00
Team Fortress 2 sword Eyelander 1.00
Team Fortress 2 obj_sentrygun2 Sentry Gun Level 2 1.00
Team Fortress 2 liberty_launcher Liberty Launcher 1.00
Team Fortress 2 flaregun Flaregun 1.00
Team Fortress 2 flamethrower Flamethrower 1.00
Team Fortress 2 blackbox Black Box 1.00
Team Fortress 2 wrangler_kill Wrangler Kill 0.80
Team Fortress 2 ubersaw Ubersaw 0.80
Team Fortress 2 tomislav Tomislav 0.80
Team Fortress 2 tf_projectile_pipe_remote Sticky Bomb 0.80
Team Fortress 2 sticky_resistance Sticky Resistance 0.80
Team Fortress 2 rocketlauncher_directhit Rocket Launcher Direct Hit 0.80
Team Fortress 2 obj_sentrygun3 Sentry Gun Level 3 0.80
Team Fortress 2 natascha Natascha 0.80
Team Fortress 2 minigun Minigun 0.80
Team Fortress 2 iron_curtain Iron Curtain 0.80
Team Fortress 2 degreaser Degreaser 0.80
Team Fortress 2 blutsauger Blutsauger 0.80
Team Fortress 2 backburner Backburner 0.80


4. How can I set my real name, e-mail address, homepage and ICQ number?

Player profile options can be configured by saying the appropriate SET command while you are playing on a participating game server. To say commands, push your chat key and type the command text.

Syntax: say /set option value.

Acceptable "options" are:

  • realname
    Sets your Real Name as shown in your profile.
    Example:    /set realname Joe Bloggs

  • email
    Sets your E-mail Address as shown in your profile.
    Example:    /set email joe@hotmail.com

  • homepage
    Sets your Home Page as shown in your profile.
    Example:    /set homepage http://www.geocities.com/joe/

  • icq
    Sets your ICQ Number as shown in your profile.
    Example:    /set icq 123456789

The server will respond with "SET command successful." If you get no response, it probably means you typed the command incorrectly.

Note These are not standard Half-Life console commands. If you type them in the console, Half-Life will give you an error.


5. My rank is embarrassing. How can I opt out?

Say /hideranking while playing on a participating game server. This will toggle you between being visible on the Player Rankings and being invisible.

Note You will still be tracked and you can still view your Player Details page. Use the Search page to find yourself.


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