So I’ve been looking at Razor’s utility which takes a letter grade from 7 days departed hero grading guide I like the utility because it shows relative to a number, but the more I think about it the more I feel like the letter grading system is flawed because gives the same weight to everything. (except A vs A+) Here’s Razor’s conversion chart:

A+ = 4.3

A = 4.0

B = 3.0

C = 2.0

D = 1.0

So a “B” is 75% as strong as an “A”. An “A+” is 7.5% stronger than an “A” or an “A” is 93% as strong as an “A+”. Tiles are 6.5, 8, 10, 12, and 14 making the real difference of a “B” (10) being 80% as strong as an “A” (8). I’m using speed as an example because it’s easiest to see the discrepancy, but other stats run into this same issue. Also, the 7DD criteria are vague. Stamina, for instance, would seem to be a combination of defense/health but if that’s so why is Gravemaker at 708/1363 a “B”, and Marjana at 712/1419 is an “A”? Does that seem like a 25% difference? It doesn’t to me.

So I started working on another spreadsheet (like my titan loot drop one) to create my own grading chart, and demystify how that grades are calculated. I converted the Attack, Damage, and Health directly into percentages based on the max numbers of 900, 900, and 1600. Speed I had to convert into a percentage from tiles where 6.5 tiles about twice as much as 12 tiles. So I set 6 tiles as 100% and then did 8% per point (didn’t quite work out):

6 = 100

6.5 = 96

7 = 92

8 = 84

9 = 76

10 = 68

11 = 60

12 = 52

13 = 44

14 = 36

Look it over and let me know if anyone is interested in me polishing Coveny’s spreadsheet out more? What are your thoughts about this spreadsheet? FYI I don’t care about any heroes except 5*.