All Forums > Hardball Dynasty Baseball > Suggestions > Budget allocating - advanced scouting
6/14/2013 1:55 PM
Just a thought - A newbie asked me recently what I thought about a particular player, and shared with me his projected ratings.  I asked him what he allocated in ADV, and then realized that even if he told me "14" it may not mean very much anyway.  Maybe we should allow a new player, in his/her first year, to allocate any number between 6-20 in ADV (and medical, and durability, which I know have been suggested a few times.)  Not below 6, so that there's little risk of this player thinking they made a big mistake and leaving his team after a year.  But this way if they want to consider trades in their first year, they can potentially judge the other players they're considering trading for with a reasonable idea of what they'll develop into.

I'm mostly spitballing.  It's possible I think this is a bad idea later today.
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6/14/2013 2:00 PM
There you go.  You take it another level, I don't hate the idea.  14 really doesn't do much.
6/18/2013 1:13 PM
I'm all for completely free budget setting when an experienced GM picks up a new team.  Wasting money on Adv Scouting and having low Training budget hurt you with injuries and veteran skill degradation are annoying when picking up a new team.

For newbies, if they are going to lock out the advanced GM screen for the first few seasons, they should also force 20M Advanced scouting as well.
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