These are from results of completed 10 map series. Many more are currently underway; scroll down to check out the scores!
Dr-Orc +45 -5
Megalodon +10 -0
Ragner +18 -2
disgruntled +11 -9
ring62 +54 -47
BabyShark +77 -94
He-Man +12 -8
CaptainKurtz +7 -3
ring62 +51 -50
TOFU +13 -8
ring62 +48 -43
LordVaras +20 -40
IbeCroM +5 -6
Moriouce +2 -8
MiSery +3 -17
How the Board Works
Entering the Sharkfight Leaderboard
If you win a Sharkfight, you will be entered directly above the player you beat, unless a player with fewer wins vs that same opponent is already there. For example, if you beat SuperPeon by 7-3 and JohnBoy beat SuperPeon by 6-4, you would jump above JohnBoy. If you are playing someone who is not already on the board, you both will be entered at the bottom of the board with winner on top. If you both beat SuperPeon by 6-4, the newer addition goes below the resident.
Moving up the Sharkfight Leaderboard once you’re on it
After you enter the Sharkfight Leaderboard, you need to beat people above you to climb further up the leaderboard. You no longer hop above players by having a better score against a different player. That’s only for entering the leaderboard. Now you have to beat a player or someone above them to climb past them. As we go along, I will see whether this system works and whether it needs modification if issues arise. The + and – signs indicate total game wins and losses in completed Sharkfights.
Completed Sharkfight Series Outcomes
BabyShark vs Dr-Orc Dr-Orc 9, BabyShark 1
BabyShark vs LordVaras BabyShark 6, Varas 4
BabyShark vs MiSery BabyShark 9, MiSery 1
BabyShark vs ring62 BabyShark 7, ring62 3
BabyShark vs MiSery (2nd) BabyShark 8, MiSery 2
BabyShark vs LordVaras (2nd) BabyShark 6, Varas 4
BabyShark vs He-Man He-Man 6, BabyShark 4
BabyShark vs ring62 Series 2 BabyShark 7, ring62 3
BabyShark vs Dr-Orc Dr-Orc 10, BabyShark 0
LordVaras vs ring62 ring62 7, LordVaras 3
BabyShark vs Ragner Ragner 8, BabyShark 2
BabyShark vs IbeCroM BabyShark 6, IbeCroM 5
BabyShark vs Megalodon Megalodon 10, BabyShark 0
BabyShark vs Moriouce BabyShark 8, Moriouce 2
BabyShark vs Ragner Ragner 10 BabyShark 0
BabyShark vs TOFU TOFU 8 BabyShark 2
BabyShark vs ring62 Series 3 ring62 7 BabyShark 3
TOFU vs ring62 ring62 6 TOFU 5
He-Man vs ring62 He-Man 6 ring62 4
BabyShark vs LordVaras LordVaras 6 BabyShark 4
BabyShark vs ring62 Series 4 ring62 7 BabyShark 3
BabyShark vs disgruntled BabyShark 6 disgruntled 4
CaptainKurtz vs ring62 CaptainKurtz 7 ring62 3
BabyShark vs Dr-Orc Dr-Orc 9 BabyShark 1
LordVaras vs ring62 ring62 8 LordVaras 2
BabyShark vs LordVaras BabyShark 9 LordVaras 1
BabyShark vs Dr-Orc Dr-Orc 10 BabyShark 0
BabyShark vs Dr-Orc Dr-Orc 7 BabyShark 3
Missed challenge place swap BabyShark > CaptainKurtz
Missed challenge place swap ring > CaptainKurtz
BabyShark vs ring62 Series 5 ring62 6 BabyShark 4
disgruntled vs ring62 disgruntled 7 ring62 3
All Sharkfights (Current and Completed)
(Users arranged alphabetically)
What is a Sharkfight?
A Sharkfight is a 1 v 1 10 games series on 10 different maps, with each of the two players choosing 5 normal playstyle maps each, taking turns beginning with the challengee, or arranging turn-taking however the two players agree. The player picking the map also chooses the resources and other settings if desired (fixed or random order, tileset). Most games are played with high resources and random order and map default tileset.
Normal playstyle means:
• one peon start
• EF speed*
• random start spot**
• no modified unit or building properties (like 1 hp units, fast build, super strong units, no air possible, etc.).
Games are played at the convenience of the two players and results and videos can be posted here.
*If BOTH players consent to playing a different speed, other speeds will be accepted. The standard speed is EF and no player can demand any opponent play any speed other than EF. Other speeds are only by mutual agreement between both players. **If BOTH players consent to fixed order, that’s fine. No player can demand fixed order even if choosing map.
Once a player has reached a position on the Sharkfight Leaderboard they enjoy, what’s to prevent them from dodging all subsequent challenges to 1s?
The anti-dodging rule: A player can issue a public challenge on this I Challenge You to a Sharkfight thread to a player above them on the Sharkfight Leaderboard. The challenged player has 3 months from the date of the post in which to complete a Sharkfight versus that challenger, or the challenger will trade positions on the board with the challenged player. The challenger must then demonstrate that they are indeed available to play at such times that work for the challenged player. If the challenger has not demonstrated availability on server to actually follow through on carrying out the Sharkfight, this rule will be nullified for that challenge, so a challenger can’t just issue a challenge and disappear.