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Rewarding for Storyboarding

Storypoints will be added to your character. You can horde them to little hearts' content, or trade them in with the RP imm at the following values:

  • 2500 storypoints = 1 rppt
  • 1000 storypoints = 1 qp
  • 500 storypoints = 50 aqpts

Storypoints will be personal, that is to say rewards will be credited to score, and you will not be able to directly trade storypoints.

In order to determine the reward for each storyboard post, the following formula will be used:

rounddown(#words*language score*quality score*0.4) | (min 1, max 240)

Where language score is defined as:

  • 0.25 (many spelling and grammar errors)
  • 0.5 (moderate spelling and grammar errors)
  • 0.75 (few spelling and grammar errors)
  • 1.0 (no spelling and grammar errors)
Based on the way I'm editing, I propose changing these scores to 0.5, 0.65, 0.9, 1.0. --Zubrette 00:00, 2 August 2008 (CEST)

and quality score is defined as:

  • 0.1 (poor quality)
  • 0.3 (low quality)
  • 0.6 (average quality)
  • 1.0 (excellent quality)

Zubrette's To Do List (Nowhere as scary as Anheg's)

  • Mal Rakuth
  • Val Alorn
  • Any other fixes (please note me or send a tell)

Zubrette's proposed modified RP grading

Grading one period with the above criteria was difficult, mainly because there was really no good way to define quality. Furthermore, I felt that language was given far too heavy of a weight given that most of us are not native English-speakers and I think it is a bit too much to act in the stead of an English teacher. Thus, I propose the following system to be used for future RP grading. In essentials, it should be the same. I have merely tweaked so that grades are more clearly defined.

rounddown(#words*language score*quality score*0.4) | (min 1, max 240)

Where language score is defined as:

  • 0.75 (many spelling and grammar errors)
  • 0.8 (moderate spelling and grammar errors)
  • 0.95 (few spelling and grammar errors)
  • 1.0 (no spelling and grammar errors)

and quality score is defined as a combination of:

  • Interesting (0-3)
  • Character Development (0-3)
  • Unique Format (Bonus points)

Interesting (0-3)

  • 0 - Zzzz.
  • 1 - The story flows.
  • 2 - Neat. Keep up the good work!
  • 3 - Captivating

Character Development(0-3)

  • 0 - None.
  • 1 - A smidgen of character is seen
  • 2 - Interesting. Let's see some more.
  • 3 - Deep.

Unique Format - Use of color, poems, letters, or other unique things.

These scores would be summed up and the quality score would be defined as:

  • 0 - quality score = 0.1 (or 0 if it was really too fluff)
  • 1 - quality score = 0.3
  • 2 - quality score = 0.6
  • 3 - quality score = 0.9
  • 4+ - quality score = 1

--Zubrette 04:00, 2 August 2008 (CEST)

I really like this idea. My only complaint is the way I'm reading this...someone who wrote an incredible piece that's captivating and deep maybe with some unique format, gets the same quality score as someone who wrote something neat.Alisaha 19:19, 3 August 2008 (CEST)
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