My current and peak resilence are always the same number
even when I dont complete quests or loose battles with bad guys or don't do anything my current and peak resilience are the same.
Right now it’s hard to be below peak if you’re an active player. Your resilience will only go down if you don’t do an activity that boosts it for several days, or if you take an inventory in the Secret Lab and report that you’re not feeling well.
I definitely agree. If my current resilience reset everyday, I would have a personal best to strive to beat.
Even when I report a bad day through wellbeing trackers, my current and peak number stay the same. It is a bit frustrating as it would be better if they reflected my actual resilience. Is this something that will be looked at by admins anytime soon?
I've been inactive for MONTHS... and my current/peak are still the same.
It may sound negative but I'd like to be able to lose points as well. I don't feel motivated when I'm always gaining points.
Such as when battling a Bad Guy. If I battle and fail I still get a mental point... I'd rather not get any, even for trying.
Also if I have a quest scheduled to recur every day for, say a week, and I don't do it every day for a week, I should lose points on the days I don't do the quest.
I feel there is no 'high score' to try and beat, and that's kind of the point of games right? ; )
Laura Leeson commented
I agree, I feel like current score ought to be reset daily, but it just keeps growing. I'd like to be able to track my growth from day to day!
I haven't logged in for a month and my peak and current score are the same. When they're the same, I don't really feel challenged or motivated to improve my score.
If nothing else, when I have the current and peak scores as the same, it makes me feel like I'm awesome 24/7. Is there any other way to lower the current score? I've said I'm not feeling well in the Secret Lab, but I'm still in peak condition
I wondered about that as well. I thought the current score was supposed to be the points we earned that day, like a daily score, and the peak score was supposed to be the highest of our daily scores. Right now it seems like it's just adding up all the points, which is useless since it doesn't give me any sort of information about how I'm actually feeling today compared to other days.
Me too--my current score is always equal to my peak score. The explanation for the resilience scores makes it sound like the "current" should be the points you've earned that day.