DarkLords and LostWolves have both overtaken MaxTroll to become the new most powerful troll clans in Warlight. All hail, the era of DarkWolfTroll has begun *waves flag*

LEA still ahead on points with close to 100 members less than both of them. Makes me wonder what Iron Mike would be ranked if he was in a clan on his own.

Very steep once you are past the last level with a reward (54: https://www.warlight.net/wiki/Levels). It quickly jumps over a million and keeps increasing from there. Example: 2 840 700 points from level 59 to level 60

When players win a ranked multi-player game, they are awarded points. The number of points the winner(s) are awarded is based off of a number of factors:

## The number of players who didn't win the game. Winning a 3-player FFA gives (on average) twice as many points as a 1v1, since there were two losers as opposed to one. Likewise, winning a 20 player FFA gives 19 times as many points as a 1v1.

## The levels of the players who didn't win the game. Defeating a player who is equal level to you gives a base of 5,000 points. Defeating a player who is 10 or more levels above you gives a base of 10,000 points. Defeating a player who is lower level than you gives fewer than 5,000 points, depending on their level.

## If the winning player is over level 8, their points are also affected by how recently they've defeated this player before. Defeating the same player twice in a 10-day period reduces the points earned from that player by 50%. Defeating the same player three or more times in a 10-day period reduces the points earned from that player by 80%.

## In team games, the team essentially splits the points earned from the defeated players. However, team members can also receive different amounts of points due to the above rules (if the team members are different levels or have defeated some of the opponents recently.)

## Tournament games award 50% more points. Ladder games award double points. Real-time games award half as many points as multi-day games.