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    Lightbulb Fast Trainers Finder

    Here is a spreadsheet to find fast trainers on different levels by player's price.

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    Spreadsheet guaranteed to work properly only in Libre Office Calc (Win, Mac and Linux versions).
    I'm Linux user, we don't have MS Office.


    Type desired level in cell C1, and you'll see prices for fast trainers from 1% to 180% for this level.
    Prices are for players 18-22 years old. You can find auction prices for levels 4 to 15.

    Column A - "Absolute" quality of a player (in parens)
    Column B - Relative quality (in percent) of a player to your level
    Column C - Indicates when star is adding to a player
    Column D - Prices for 18 years old fast trainer
    Column E - Prices for 19 years old fast trainer
    Column F - Prices for 20 years old fast trainer
    Column G - Prices for 21 years old fast trainer
    Column H - Prices for 22 years old fast trainer


    You need to download file and open it in EDITOR (NOT VIEWER) to be able to choose level.



    Uploaded new version
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    Last edited by owlique; 05-19-2020 at 04:07 AM.
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    How can I find for level 68-69

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    Perform NP/SA check.
    On such high levels you can not determine by player's price if he is a fast trainer.

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    Interesting, thanks for that. If it's accurate (and having had a quick look I have no reason to think it isn't) it should be useful to help identify those lower quality players, or slightly older players who are still fast trainers. Useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by owlique View Post
    Here is a spreadsheet to find fast trainers on different levels.

    Type desired level in cell B1, and you'll see prices for fast trainers from 1% to 180% for this level.
    Prices are for players 18-22 years old. You can find auction prices for levels 4 to 14.

    Spreadsheet is in ODS format. It's LibreOffice Calc format (open format on Linux). Supposed to open without problems in MS Office.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZL...sVCpkv1vPmfm0J
    Can't open it!
    Says it has password on it.
    It's possible to convert in simple Excel format?
    Thanks

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    Added link to MS Office version in first post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owlique View Post
    Here is a spreadsheet to find fast trainers on different levels by player's price.

    Type desired level in cell B1, and you'll see prices for fast trainers from 1% to 180% for this level.
    Prices are for players 18-22 years old. You can find auction prices for levels 4 to 14.

    ods format for Libre Office
    xlsx format for MS Office

    You need to download file and open it in editor (NOT VIEWER) to be able to choose level

    Uploaded new version
    Version 0.4 (Jan, 24 2020)
    - Added players' overall quality in numbers
    - Added percentage sign to percentage players' value
    - Added some new prices.
    The desired level should be typed in cell C1, not B1, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arphaxad View Post
    The desired level should be typed in cell C1, not B1, right?
    Yes, thank you for a note..
    Corrected description, and uploaded last version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owlique View Post
    Yes, thank you for a note..
    Corrected description, and uploaded last version.
    Thank you. Would you mind converting it to Excel as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arphaxad View Post
    Thank you. Would you mind converting it to Excel as well?
    I don't have Excel to make sure converted version will work.
    Excel supposed to be able to open ods format, may be some conditional formatting will be messed up.

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