who has the best stats???

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by THE CHIROPRACTOR101, Mar 29, 2006.

  1. sup guyz...jus wonderin

    who has the best stats 4 each individual skillset? agility,tackle,lineout etc...

    i cant be botherd looking for them i jus usually play players from there real life stats(coz sione lauakis strength should be like 99 not the 70 crap hes got)

    i know onahato is the fastests..or is he?

    hes 98 and rupeni is 97

    so whos the strongest,best hooking,best scrummaging?..i wanna know whos the best at those strengths so i can pick them if i see them in the world league

    thanx in advance
     
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  3. BOKean

    BOKean Guest

    chiro has the highest re-tarbh stat
     
  4. HDK

    HDK Guest

    These are the top values attributed to players in various categories

    Goal kicking
    96 Wilkinson^, J
    94 Flatley, E
    93 Carter^, D
    92 Barkley, O
    92 O'Gara, R
    91 Elissalde, J
    91 Montgomery^, P
    90 Goode, A
    90 Humphreys, D
    90 Pecleo, A
    90 Van Gisbergen, M
    89 Burke, M
    89 Hill, D

    Kicking
    93 Wilkinson^, J
    92 Edmondson, M
    92 O'Gara, R
    91 Spencer^, C
    91 Barkley, O
    91 Humphreys, D
    90 Mauger, A
    90 de Waal, W
    90 Hodgson, C
    89 Burke, M
    89 Hill, D

    Speed
    98 Onohato, D
    97 Caucaunibuca, R
    96 Rydell, R
    95 Paulse, B
    95 Howlett, D
    94 Habana^, B
    94 Stapleton, B
    93 Tuqiri, L
    92 Chavhanga, T
    92 Stimpson, T
    92 Robinson^, J

    Acceleration
    99 Robinson^, J
    98 Williams^, S
    93 Rogers, M
    93 Tuilevu, A
    93 Africa, M
    93 O'Driscoll^, B
    92 Cohen, B
    92 Heymans, C
    92 Harman, C
    92 Kinikinilau, R
    92 Russell, B

    Agility
    98 Williams^, S
    97 O'Driscoll^, B
    95 Robinson^, J
    93 Paulse, B
    93 Russell, B
    92 Healey, A
    92 Roets, J
    91 Heymans, C
    91 Harman, C
    91 Conradie, B
    91 Staunton, J
    91 Onowasi, H
    91 Onohato, D
    91 Joubert, M

    Lineout – jumpers
    95 Jack, C
    94 Murray, S
    93 Kay, B
    93 Matfield, V
    92 Cockbain, B
    92 O'Kelly, M
    92 O'Connell, P
    91 Filipo, R
    90 Albacete, P
    90 Borthwick, S
    90 Charteris, L

    Lineout – throwers
    90 Byrne, S
    85 Bruce, Y
    85 Ibanez, R
    83 Flynn, C
    83 Regan, M
    82 Bulloch, G
    82 Ongaro, F
    82 Thompson, S
    81 Davies, M
    81 Szarzewski, D

    Hooking
    97 Mendez, F
    97 Ongaro, F
    93 Ledesma, M
    92 Bulloch, G
    92 Botha, G
    92 Paul, J
    91 Gadolo, B
    91 Oliver, A
    90 Willis, T
    90 Cannon, B
    90 Linklater, S

    Scrummaging – front row
    96 Marconnet, S
    96 Marticorena, S
    96 De Villiers, P
    95 White, J
    93 Pucciariello, F
    92 Smith, T
    92 Hayes, J
    92 Sheridan, A
    91 Roncero, R
    91 du Randt, O
    91 Horwill, D
    91 Dixon , P

    Scrummaging – back five
    92 Breedt, N
    90 Du Plow, B
    89 Dallaglio^, L
    87 Hill, R
    87 Lobbe, I
    86 Cockbain, B
    86 Davu, M
    86 Alvarez, R
    86 Albacete, P
    86 Taylor, S

    Rucking
    97 McCaw^, R
    95 Smith^, G
    93 Burger^, S
    92 Holah, M
    92 Magne, O
    90 Watson, L
    90 Braid, D
    90 Taylor, S
    89 Wallace, D
    88 Persico, A
    88 Dallaglio^, L
    88 Hill, R
    88 Vickery, P

    Tackling
    94 White, J
    92 Sititi, S
    92 Henderson, R
    92 Sherbert, D
    92 Turinui, M
    92 Smith^, G
    91 Worsley, J
    91 Wallace, D
    91 Bentsen, S
    91 Burger^, S
    91 Collins, J

    As a curiousity, there are nineteen 'starred' players in the game (marked ^ above). Three (Habana, Williams and Robinson) have only the 'scoring' speciality. Two (Smith and Burger) are ballwinning, tackling tackle-breakers. The remaining fourteen also have three specialities each, but no two have the same trio (Lewsey, Dallaglio, Henson, Umaga, Montgomery, Spencer, Carter, Wilkinson, O'Driscoll, Nyanga, Larkham, Pichot, Gregan, McCaw).

    Hugh Kernohan
     
  5. Black|Raven

    Black|Raven Guest

    :huh: damn..........you went to all that trouble for chiro!
    nice find tho, much appreciated :cheers:
     
  6. BOKean

    BOKean Guest

    wow what a first post...
     
  7. ur south african...automatically dumb with 120 stats

    thanx HDK....im gunning down these players for my super elite world club side!!!!
     
  8. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    Hey chiro, heres my team for you to beat:

    Bulls
    1 R.Bands 88
    2 G.Botha 81
    3 A.Sheridan 91
    4 C.Jack 89
    5 V.Matfield 84
    6 S.Burger* 98
    7 R.McCaw* 98
    8 G.Smith* 99
    9 A.Pichot* 94
    10 D.Carter* 98
    11 B.Habana* 96
    12 G.Henson* 98
    13 B.O'Driscoll* 99
    14 R.Caucaunibuca 90
    15 P.Montgomery* 97
     
  9. my current chief team is a big mix n match...im trynna get the coaching job for auckland

    this is my current team

    15.larkham
    14.robinson
    13.tuitevake
    12.nonu
    11.caucau
    10.spencer
    9.cowen
    8.batson
    7.mccaw
    6.gibbes ©
    5.honeck
    4.ryan
    3.somerville
    2.botha
    1.tialata

    i once had nick williams,jerry collins,sione lauaki and marty hollah...and giteau,rathbone..just too felt too crowded so i traded them around

    i reckon tho..in a one on one live match..i would still beat you with my team
     
  10. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    Oh puhlease.

    Three of my players can continuously punt the ball 3000+ metres.

    My wingers can run 100 metres in 7 seconds flat.

    My entire back row can pick up the ball with just their index finger alone from the bottom of a ruck.

    My 9 foot locks can jump 12 metres high.

    And my front row can push 12 elephants with their heads.


    Please don't give me that **** chiro.
     
  11. Black-Monday

    Black-Monday Guest

    Is it not boring having all the best players, as this makes your team better and your opponent worse (without their stars) no wonder you lot conplain about it being too easy.

    BM
     
  12. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    To be honest, I haven't been playing World League at all. I initially decided to build up a team of all Stars, and then accept a job offer from a rival club, and take them to the top. Beating my former team in the Knockout Cup final... But I haven't recieved any job offers at all in the Elite League...

    Just been playing European Trophy with 8 teams.
     
  13. bwhahahah...u cannot challenge my skill at rugby video gaming..that is why i wish this had online feature..so i cud destroy everyone in the planet and then threaten scientist to make an exact clone of me..so i can challenge my greatness and defeat him

    i am no contender!...i am the champion!!!
     
  14. Confused

    Confused Guest

    Well I get bored when my team gets too good. I also like to play whee you have to keep 3 of the originals in your first 15. Always nice to have Heffler or Donnison or Nawali score a try in elite.
     
  15. donnison and zwicker wud be the only players ive kept but they on the reserved list
     
  16. HDK

    HDK Guest

    Chiro,

    It wasn't really too much trouble. I have pulled the player data from the data.gob file and loaded it into a spreadsheet. I am gradually working away at how the data is stored, in the same way as darfh has done with his Player Editor. Extracting the top ten is easy using the spreadsheet's filters and database functions.

    There are 1751 player records although a number are duplicated because there are separate records for many of the French club players. You may have noticed how Rougerie appears as Rossary and Michalak as Mallack in their club rosters. These are separate entries although the values are the same.
     
  17. HDK

    HDK Guest

    EA SPORTS Rugby 2006 – player record data structure

    What follows sets out the Offset from the start of the record, Structure, Data and my comments. (Its more readable in a table but I can't post it that way.)

    The file df1c3d146fe8c3fb56c661409dadac7b.rdf in data.gob contains the 1751 player records, each of 100 bytes. The first player is R.Roncero and the last L.Hinton.

    Offset 0
    2 bytes
    ID number

    Offset 2
    2 bytes
    Commentary name ID number

    Offset 4
    16 bytes
    Player name
    In form “S.Taylor†padded with zeros; 'Star' players have ^ appended to the string, eg “Y.Nyanga^â€.

    Offset 20
    4 bits - Secondary position
    4 bits - Primary position
    4 bits - Not used
    4 bits - Tertiary position

    (2 bytes)

    0001 – prop
    0010 – hooker
    0011 – prop
    0100 – second row
    0101 – flanker
    0110 – flanker
    0111 – number 8
    1000 – scrum half
    1001 – fly half
    1010 – winger
    1011 – centre
    1100 – full back
    1101-1111 – not used

    Offset 22
    1 byte
    Weight
    In lbs minus 100; the lightest player is Campeggia at 151lbs, coded as 51.

    Offset 23
    1 byte
    Not used


    Offset 24
    24 bits (3 bytes)

    Nationality
    1000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 – Georgia
    0100 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 – France
    0010 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 – Fiji
    0001 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 – France
    0000 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000 – England
    0000 0100 0000 0000 0000 0000 – Canada
    0000 0010 0000 0000 0000 0000 – Australia
    0000 0001 0000 0000 0000 0000 – Argentina

    0000 0000 1000 0000 0000 0000 – Samoa
    0000 0000 0100 0000 0000 0000 – Russia
    0000 0000 0010 0000 0000 0000 – Romania
    0000 0000 0001 0000 0000 0000 – New Zealand
    0000 0000 0000 1000 0000 0000 – Namibia
    0000 0000 0000 0100 0000 0000 – Japan
    0000 0000 0000 0010 0000 0000 – Italy
    0000 0000 0000 0001 0000 0000 – Ireland

    0000 0000 0000 0000 1000 0000 – Wales
    0000 0000 0000 0000 0100 0000 – USA
    0000 0000 0000 0000 0010 0000 – Uruguay
    0000 0000 0000 0000 0001 0000 – not used
    0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1000 – Tonga
    0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0100 – Spain
    0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0010 – South Africa
    0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0001 – Scotland

    Offset 27
    1 byte
    Not used


    Offset 28
    1 byte
    Height
    In inches minus 60; the tallest player is Charteris at 7' 10â€, coded as 22

    Offset 29
    1 byte
    Birth year
    Range 68-87

    Offset 30
    1 byte
    Birth month
    Range 1-13 (!). The error is Ajroud.

    Offset 31
    1 bit - Left- or Right-footed
    0 – left; 1 – right

    7 bits - Birth day
    Range 1-31

    This looks bizarre. The effect is that the byte-value for a right-footed player born on the first of the month appears as 129.

    Offset 32
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Range 0-10

    Offset 33
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Range 25-98

    Offset 34
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Range 21-96

    Offset 35
    1 byte
    Speed
    Range 31-98

    Offset 36
    1 byte
    Acceleration
    Range 24-99

    Offset 37
    1 byte
    Agility
    Range 10-98

    Offset 38
    1 byte
    Handling
    Range 20-96

    Offset 39
    1 byte
    Passing
    Range 10-98

    Offset 40
    1 byte
    Kicking
    Range 2-93

    Offset 41
    1 byte
    Kicking power
    Range 0-98

    Offset 42
    1 byte
    Goal kicking
    Range 0-96

    Offset 43
    1 byte
    Tackling
    Range 18-94

    Offset 44
    1 byte
    Strength
    Range 23-98

    Offset 45
    1 byte
    Rucking
    Range 5-97

    Offset 46
    1 byte
    Scrummaging
    Range 0-96

    Offset 47
    1 byte
    Hooking
    Range 0-97

    Offset 48
    1 byte
    Lineout
    Range 0-95

    Offset 49
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Range 4-95

    Offset 50
    1 byte
    Aggression
    Range 21-98

    Offset 51
    3 bytes
    Not used

    Offset 54
    1 byte
    Not known
    Range 30-97

    Offset 55
    1 byte
    Not known
    Range 22-97

    Offset 56
    1 byte
    Not known
    Range 20-97

    Offset 57
    1 byte
    Not known
    Range 8-98

    Offset 58
    1 byte
    Not known
    Range 24-100

    Offset 59
    1 byte
    Not known
    Range 50-100

    Offset 60
    1 byte
    Not known
    Range 40-100

    Offset 61
    1 byte
    Not known
    Range 45-100

    Offset 62
    22 bytes
    Not used

    Offset 84
    16 bits (2 bytes)

    Special abilities
    1000 0000 0000 0000 – Tackle breaker
    0100 0000 0000 0000 – Crash ball
    0010 0000 0000 0000 – Tactical kicker
    0001 0000 0000 0000 – Goal Kicker
    0000 1000 0000 0000 – Scoring
    0000 0100 0000 0000 – Playmaker
    0000 0010 0000 0000 – Passing
    0000 0001 0000 0000 – Command
    0000 0000 1000 0000 – not known
    0000 0000 0100 0000 – not known
    0000 0000 0010 0000 – not known
    0000 0000 0001 0000 – Jumper
    0000 0000 0000 1000 – Scrummager
    0000 0000 0000 0100 – Defensive organiser
    0000 0000 0000 0010 – Ball winner
    0000 0000 0000 0001 – Tackler

    Offset 86
    2 bytes
    Not used

    Offset 88
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Range 0-6

    Offset 89
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Either 0 or 4

    Offset 90
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Range 2-255

    Offset 91
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Range 0-175

    Offset 92
    1 byte
    Unused

    Offset 93
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Either 0, 32, 64 or 96

    Offset 94
    1 byte
    Unknown
    Either 0, 1, 2, 3, 24, 26 or 27

    Offset 95
    5 bytes
    Unknown
    Unused

    Note that when I suggest bytes are unused, that refers only to the player database. They may be used for player data (such as form and morale) in saved tournament files or for created players in rosters (especially their appearance). I have yet to investigate that far.

    Some of what I label 'not used' bytes are likely to result from the use of multi-byte integer types in the original programme coding (ie using a long integer type for a value when a shortint would have been sufficient).

    Hugh Kernohan
     
  18. Black-Monday

    Black-Monday Guest

    Seems like you have gone a long way to crack some of the database, my knowledge doesn't merit this, I don't really understand but it looks like we have alot to do!

    BM
     
  19. woosaah

    woosaah Guest

    k i am a bit confused, are the bytes in hex? and things like nationality and such are in binary? if so thats a weird way to go, but not to hard to program, maybe darf can help you with some of the other things.

    i was going ot make a program for this but i was WAY 2 lazy :)
     
  20. PeeJay

    PeeJay Guest

    Charteris is 6'9"
     
  21. EVOL

    EVOL Guest

    man i wish i could do this stuff
     
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