I'm just wondering about the math. I can vouch that the Jin are badly outnumbered, but last night at least, it appeared that the Guan and Fuj were close in numbers. I wondered why the same players were killing us Jin over and over because I figured the odds of them getting cp that way had to be pretty low. Has the wait time been reduced? or worse yet removed?
How is it possible for one Fujin player say, to account for a total like that. Take into consideration the low numbers of Jin and the 10 second respawn, plus the nil cp to the last killer for x amount of time, should he "accidentally" kill the same Jin player. So, if there are only 15 or even 20 Jin say, then how do the points stack up so fast?
Mathematically, is it possible or, is there a possibilty that cp is being gained by whoever, even the player's last killer, without the "penalty" wait time?
I suppose 50 Fujin could kill 40 Guan and when those 40 Guan respawn 10 seconds later, they are each killed by a different Fujin, not the one who killed him last time and I suppose that, that cycle could continue until the 50 Fujin each got 10 different Guanyin kills, but what are the odds of 50 players consistently hitting on a different player, with each kill, within the allotted time, in such a confined space. It's fast yes, but that fast?