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Round 1 Facts and Figures
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Just a few numbers and stats to keep you entertained while you wait.

First Entrant: Medieval Cottage by Hadden Kurtz

Last Entrant: Matt Ridgeway

Most Popular Entry: Community College by Lobo 630, which amassed a total of 23 likes and made it to “Popular this week” on the Explore page.

An honorable mention goes to Slay the Beast! by Classical Bricks which spent a decent amount of time on “Most discussed.”

Quickest Entry: Koenigsegg Agera R by Marco QM. He posted it just two hours after signing up!

Most Popular Category: “The Two and Only” with 5 entries. However, the only colors you guys chose from were black, light grey, white, and red. :/

7 out of 17 (41.1%) entries were posted in the final week.

17 out of 28 (60.7%) of people who signed up ended up entering. That’s more than I expected. :P
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| August 1, 2016, 12:01 am
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Now that the scores are posted, here are some stats regrading the scores and the judges.

Average score: 29.6
As a percent: 59%

Now, here's an interesting one. The ratio of the number of points you got to the number of likes you got, i.e. points per like. For example, if you got 30 points and 15 likes, you got 2 points per like. Simple?

The top finisher was Justin Li with 21 points, 3 likes, and an average of 7 points per like.

If we include an arbitrary cut-off only allowing scores above 30, Sam Jensen wins at 31 points, 7 likes, and 4.43 points per like.

The average points-to-likes ratio was 3.11.

The strictest judge was Hacim Bricks who awarded an average of 5.0 points per player.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, MCLegoboy was the kindest judge who awarded an average of 7.29 points per judge. He was also the only one to comment feedback on all the entries, which is always nice to have.
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| August 2, 2016, 6:05 am
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Quoting City Creator
The strictest judge was Hacim Bricks who awarded an average of 5.0 points per player.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, MCLegoboy was the kindest judge who awarded an average of 7.29 points per judge. He was also the only one to comment feedback on all the entries, which is always nice to have.

Hacim=Savage

Also, yeah man, why don't people talk about the entries more? I will say, it made me miss Monday's episode of Steven Universe, was kind of bummed about that, but I missed it for you guys! (BTW, saw it just in time before Teusday's episode; solid story plots being put into place)
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| August 2, 2016, 8:11 pm
Quoting MCLegoboy !
Hacim=Savage

Also, yeah man, why don't people talk about the entries more? I will say, it made me miss Monday's episode of Steven Universe, was kind of bummed about that, but I missed it for you guys! (BTW, saw it just in time before Teusday's episode; solid story plots being put into place)

Well, thank you for your commitment.
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| August 2, 2016, 8:12 pm
Quoting MCLegoboy !
Hacim=Savage

Also, yeah man, why don't people talk about the entries more? I will say, it made me miss Monday's episode of Steven Universe, was kind of bummed about that, but I missed it for you guys! (BTW, saw it just in time before Teusday's episode; solid story plots being put into place)

Yeah, thanks for any feedback from judges!
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| August 2, 2016, 8:13 pm
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