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Marzetony
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Cpu player level is = to what level a human player ?
Build/training strategies for newbies who don't talk tech,I'm dino when it comes to technology.
Differences between leagues as for calling plays.I'm mean OCing for. Casual the same for pee wee,development,all other various leagues.remember I'm dino when it comes to technology.
Any aide scripts for smartphones ?
 
Theo Wizzago
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CPU dots are all levels. The game is set up so that all CPU dots automatically correspond directly to their Human counterparts. To explain, a Human Dot that is level 30... on the correct team for that dot's level... then all CPU dots will also automatically be level 30-ish... meaning they're the correct level for teams playing in that league with the same level constraints.

As for strategies, I highly suggest reading the stuff in the following links below. What is in them will confuse you a bit, but as you read on you'll begin to get an idea of dot building.


Originally posted by Theo Wizzago
I've slowly been putting this together for a long time and decided to start sharing this with the teams I work/play for. The links below are for a quick and easy reference to the most generally asked question about dot building.

#1, Softcaps; http://wiki.goallineblitz.com/index.php/Ability_Softcaps

#2, Accelerated Player Development (or, the great Catch22 guide).
http://glb.warriorgeneral.com/game/forum_thread.pl?thread_id=4686077

#3. Theo's portable links to building helps and tips.
http://glb.warriorgeneral.com/game/forum_thread.pl?thread_id=5071021&page=3

#4. Just a tidbit about VA's, but a fairly good one.
http://glb.warriorgeneral.com/game/forum_thread.pl?thread_id=5069208

#5. Training hotspots, graphs, and numbers for planing your build from beginning to end. Also contains several good links for dot building thoughts.
https://sites.google.com/site/glbmandyross/training_hotspots

#6. Level 68 boosting question answered. http://glb.warriorgeneral.com/game/forum_thread.pl?thread_id=5230471

#7. Link to thread that contains several high quality and useful scripts as well as a working VPB script. http://glb.warriorgeneral.com/game/forum_thread.pl?thread_id=5245345

#8. Link to AEQ building and shopping tricks and knowledge; http://glb.warriorgeneral.com/game/forum_thread.pl?thread_id=5252795&page=1#49305013


Best thing you can do is to find a team that both NEEDS someone to build a dot and is willing to help you out with all questions. I HIGHLY recommend this person (http://glb.warriorgeneral.com/game/home.pl?user_id=168911) to PM about building for a team he's doing NOW.
Good luck and enjoy the game. Most of us here have been for years and years and years.
 
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Dave Major's guide is a decent one. I'd suggest Advanced build version 1. You won't end up with the best player using it, but with the current state of the game, you will have WL teams wanting you on their rosters.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fwZX6NvaZ1oScZZRzyvs4NOuCGRsnMYwzIkvFxD82BY/edit
 
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Specific CPU dots' levels can be seen when you scout the team they are on. (click on Scout Team link next to Team Name on the team page)
 
Marzetony
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Sorry more confused.
If seeking to create Tony Dorsett/Barry Sanders type HB,I focus on 1 attribute at a time till reaches 1st soft cap using training and skill points ? I'm seeking to create the best player possible when I start with multiple positions.

Is it possible to create a Dan Marino/Fran Tarkenton hybred QB ?highly accurate scrambler.

Difference between level 26 cpu player and 26 human player ?

Will be playing GLB completely from smartphone.What simple script if any would be viable on a LG K20 v smartphone ? Sorry no computer.

Why day 40-48 best to create a new dot ?
Edited by Marzetony on Nov 29, 2017 10:41:54
Edited by Marzetony on Nov 28, 2017 18:13:58
Edited by Marzetony on Nov 28, 2017 18:13:32
 
Theo Wizzago
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Concerning the HB you ask about. Barry Sanders type would be using the Elusive archetype HB to start with. As for how to start, I sent you (through PM) two guides to look over. Should answer your question.

Concerning building dots that are multiple position types (also known as Combo or Jack Of All Trades types)... you can build a dot that way but the more specific a build is, the better the dot preforms. Example. You want a Barry Sanders style HB... but you also want him to be able to catch passes the same as a WR and even block against pass rushes when he stays in to protect the QB on passing plays. Can it be done? Yes. But the SP's you will be spending on Catching and Blocking will greatly detract from the rest of the HB build and, in the end, he won't nearly as good a RUNNER than he could be if you spent those SP's on only Running skills (Speed, Agility, Carrying, Vision, Stamina, and Strength). The more you spread out the training and SP's you get over the course of the life of your dot, the less effective it is at it's PRIMARY job. It's much better to build your dot to do ONE job and do it the best possible.

Concerning the 'Dual Threat' type of QB... just like above, it can be done but you'll end up with a QB that isn't all that great as a runner... and is also not the best thrower it could be. Again, spreading out the SP's weakens the end result because you only get so many SP's and so much training to work with.

Concerning scripts, not sure here. This answer will have to come from someone who uses their phone, such as you do, to play the game.

Concerning dot creation date; We say day 40-48 because you can then boost before the end of the season (called an EARLY BOOST) and use those points to jump start your build. Almost everyone does this so because those that do NOT will be three levels behind until the dot hits Plateau. Not only that but most teams want their rosters full BEFORE the next season starts.
 
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Originally posted by Marzetony
Sorry more confused.
If seeking to create Tony Dorsett/Barry Sanders type HB,I focus on 1 attribute at a time till reaches 1st soft cap using trading and skill points ? I'm seeking to create the best player possible when I start with multiple positions.

Is it possible to create a Dan Marino/Fran Tarkenton hybred QB ?highly accurate scrambler.

Difference between level 26 cpu player and 26 human player ?

Will be playing GLB completely from smartphone.What simple script if any would be viable on a LG K20 v smartphone ? Sorry no computer.

Why day 40-48 best to create a new dot ?


Ok so for starters...

This game is about 10 years old, which means it was in development way before the cell phone smart device revolution. It's web browser based, so the few scripts that do exist are basically tweaks to the web browser, and not the game itself.

As for day 40-48 (today BTW) that is because "boosting" is allowed once per season. Day 40 is the last day of the playoffs, and then up to Day 48 is considered the "off season". After day 48, the new season will start (pre-season) and the chance to boost in this season will be gone.

Create your player today. Train up, and then boost to level 4.

As for the type of HB... There's basically 3 types. #1 the Elusive back, who's goal it is to not get touched. He gets bonuses to head fakes and Jukes. #2 The Power back who's goal it is to break tackles (Larry Csonka, Jim Brown, Earl Campbell, etc).
#3 The Scat back who catches passes out of the backfield (Marshall Faulk, Darren Sproles). After that, there's builds that are hybrids of the 3 basic types.

Your best bet, as stated above, is to shoot for an Elusive back.
There's a reason why Barry Sanders is a legend of the game though. You won't be able to duplicate what Barry did.

Passing is its own can of worms. In the game it's not really possible to have a good QB that can also scramble. The mechanics in the game, the way it's coded, don't allow a QB to start to run around, and then pass the ball before crossing the line of scrimmage. It's hard coded to be impossible. The QB is either dropping back to pass, or he's running. You have to think Tim Tebow, or 40 year old Dan Marino. There is no in between.

Don't worry about computer players. It hurts to think about and it's complicated. Sometimes they are awesome, others terrible. Sometimes they get buffs, sometimes they get nerfs. It's a convoluted system that was changed quite a few times. Just don't worry about what CPU players are doing. No one can change it.

 


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