Full leaderboard

i think it would be a great idea to add an option on replay of a leaderboard.

i mean, you can already see on which place people are ranked by clicking on them (for example: someone with about 1400000 chips is placed somewhere around nr 4100) but what a really fun thing would be is adding the option of a full leaderboard where everyone could see where everyone is ranked.
there is obviously alrerady a invisible ranking because you can see someones rank by clicking on him so it would be even more fun to add the full one as an option to see.

an additional idea to make it even more fun is add an additional ranking for each land. but if this is really too difficult stick to the first idea

if it’s unclear what i mean then look at the leaderboard of psnprofiles.com . this site isn’t about poker but the idea is the same

if you like the idea, but have questions or think there are problems about it why you think about not adding it, feel free to ask.

hope u like it :slight_smile:

Thanks for the idea yiazmat, I think it’s a really good one. You’re right we already track this information, so it’s just a question of making it available to you. Next year we’re planning lots of great enhancements, so we’ll definitely give this one some more thought :slight_smile:

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great to hear! good luck with the enchantments i look forward to it. if you have questions feel free to ask.

another side idea: you can also, make the full (world) ranking and put the land ranking nearby the world rank.

of course an additional land and world ranking is the most fun. but just in case this is possible, and two additional ones is not, i thought i’ll just mention it.

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just thought about this,
it’s already more then 2 years ago i gave the idea.
and it’s already mentioned that you like the idea and it should be easy to add, so i’m curious if it’s just forgotten or if the plans are rejected for some reason anyway?

just curious :slight_smile:

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I think we ought to have titles to go with rank…maybe start with King then Bishops then Knights and so on down to peasants…