Tribunal rewards

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iCold7

Junior Member

12-06-2011

I would like to know how can we recive teh reward and what kind of reward it can give thx !!!


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BevelEllenby

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12-06-2011

The Tribunal gives awards based on you voting on cases. You have to be Level 30 to participate. It gives 5IP for each case that you correctly judge.


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Panzerfaust

Emissary of the League

12-06-2011

^ The 'rewards' are basically just token rewards. It's not really worth your time if you're just doing it for the rewards. The idea of the tribunal is to improve the community, nothing more, nothing less.


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12-06-2011
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Originally Posted by BevelEllenby View Post
The Tribunal gives awards based on you voting on cases. You have to be Level 30 to participate. It gives 5IP for each case that you correctly judge.
To add to this response; "correctly judged" means that the decision you made matches the majority decision of your peers.

This is to prevent players from simply clicking all pardoned, or all punishment on every case.

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Liftin Kents

Member

12-06-2011

5 ip...?

If your recommendation matches the final verdict, you will receive a reward in the form of Influence Points (an indeterminate amount, but likely comparable to that gained by a few hours of gameplay) for your civil service.

Why is this lying to all the nice people trying to help =(...


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Aerimorla

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12-06-2011

Because each case takes you like a minute or two...


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Liftin Kents

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12-06-2011

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Originally Posted by Aerimorla View Post
Because each case takes you like a minute or two...
That hardly made any point at all but I'll play along

say you did all 15 cases you we're given and answered correct on every case 5x15=75

now lets say you we're to play a game, your team got wrecked and you lost in 20 mins
this gives anywhere from 65-75 ip so that leads me back to "but likely comparable to that gained by a few hours of gameplay


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Aerimorla

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12-06-2011

Honestly, I have no idea. It's a small point considering anyone will tell you if you ask and you should do tribunal anyway to get rid of all these trolls.


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Criode

Senior Member

12-06-2011

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Originally Posted by xXHeartbeatXx View Post
5 ip...?

If your recommendation matches the final verdict, you will receive a reward in the form of Influence Points (an indeterminate amount, but likely comparable to that gained by a few hours of gameplay) for your civil service.

Why is this lying to all the nice people trying to help =(...
The original intentions were to allow you more cases over time, the more you vote correctly. The system either hasn't been updated to reflect this, and does not Auto award more cases per day, or is simply not old enough, as it is still in its infancy, to reward players additional tickets.

30 tickets- 5ip a ticket= 150ip, you get about 70-80 IP from a 60 minute loss. So those values add out.


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Kuryaka

Senior Member

12-06-2011

Where'd you get "an indeterminate amount, but likely comparable to that gained by a few hours of gameplay?"

It feels anecdotal.

Besides, it's just a little something to make you feel appreciated for running Tribunal. Do it for no other reason than to help the community.