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Offline GeordieAlex

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Passing stat
« on: 17 October 2015, 23:06:13 »

Since I first played SWOS on my Amiga way back in the Jurassic era, I could never work out how the players' passing statistic actually affected their performance on the pitch.

Does it affect how much curl they can put on passes? How much 'give' there is, when they aiming sort-of-but-not-quite in the direction of the intended recipient of the pass?

All the other stats make sense - ie it is obvious what the difference is between low and high S, C, H, T, V and F.

But what about passing?

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Re: Passing stat
« Reply #1 on: 17 October 2015, 23:09:55 »
Yep, a higher skill number in P(assing) means:
Curled passing goes faster, wider/longer and with more curling effect.
« Last Edit: 17 October 2015, 23:46:31 by Playaveli »

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Offline GeordieAlex

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Re: Passing stat
« Reply #2 on: 17 October 2015, 23:32:29 »
Thanks for such a swift response.

It always 'felt' that way, but I never knew how to prove it...