Please.

I really want them to confirm it takes 60 skill points per level for a total of 300 points per STAR.

I say this because my spreadsheet says that one of my players needs 63 skill points to the next level yet I am already at that level.

92%/138Q

116

116

104

106

96

107.6 total defense

81

74

84

81

75

79 total offense

87

83

94

90

90

88.8 total physical

(107.6+79+88.8)/3 =91.8

But my player is is already 92%. So they round up right? but why round up with 3 skill points left to the level? Why not 2 or 6? At what value do they decide to round up?

or another player: I just bought in negotiations so he is technically 1 skill point from scout (if that is true in the new version).

99%/139Q - supposedly 8 points from next level. why?

101

105

97

85

85

94.6 Total D

114

106

98

105

95

103.6 Total O

100

101

94

101

105

100.2 Total P

(94.6+103.6+100.2)/3 = 99.4667 real average. AT 0.067 per skill point, that would be 8 more points to next level.

So if I change the first number (Tackling) from 101 to 109(8 skill points), I get 96.2 avg, and then (96.2+103.6+100.2)/3 = 100

The point of this one is the determine how many skill points are necessary to the next level when you buy off the neg list.

I bought 2 players in the past few days and they both show as needing 8 pts to advance. Why 8 you ask. I immediately started Special Ability on both , so they wont be advancing until they get their 50 skill points. Thats how I know nothing has changed since buying them.

I have one more player that says they need 10 pts to advance from 4* (79%/134Q) to 5* (80%/135Q)

I would be willing to bet he will advance BEFORE he gets those 10 points. I play in 30 mins so I should get something and then train, so I fully expect to advance.

What I am trying to say is this % crap is basically for window dressing to justify their new training game. 60/300 instead of 15/75 is much more work and you will train more - therefore more green packs wasted

Any thoughts?