12/31/2012 3:30 PM
Having, maybe by sheer luck, not had much experience with injuries, a few questions ...

If a guy was injured to fifty percent in the game but has moved back up to fifty-seven percent after the game, is that the amount per week he gains back in general?

And secondly ... How much faster does he recover when being rested?


12/31/2012 3:52 PM
I have no idea how injuries work because since I returned to the game earlier this year and have played maybe 15 seasons since, I have yet to have a player injured for more than a part of a single game.

In fact, I don't ever remember seeing an injured player on an opposing team either. It could have happened, but I don't remember seeing one.

12/31/2012 4:01 PM
I just had a starter go down to fifty percent in the last game of non conference.
12/31/2012 4:11 PM
For example:

Day 1:  Health at 50
Day 2:  Health at 57

He'll improve 7 pts each night until he's 100%.  I ignore that email you get and just go off the kid's initial rating and the following night's improvement to get a gauge of his improvement rate. 
12/31/2012 4:26 PM
Land on the follow up, what is the difference in improvement rate between resting and not resting?
12/31/2012 4:42 PM
jdno , doesnt durability and injury go hand and hand on how fast he's back to action

12/31/2012 4:44 PM
There's no change, in my experience.  The rate remains constant.
12/31/2012 4:45 PM
Posted by piratesfan23 on 12/31/2012 4:42:00 PM (view original):
jdno , doesnt durability and injury go hand and hand on how fast he's back to action

The player's durability rating determines the rate of recovery.  I had a guy with awful durability get hurt, and he's coming back 4% per game.  Higher durability players recover at a faster rate.

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