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Tournaments take place over a span of a month and anyone can join!

You are allowed to cast a maximum of 15 times per day for each tournament you signup for, with a 20 6 second waiting period between each cast, or a 2 second wait if you've ever purchased Red Love Chum before. Tournaments are catch/release, so you do not receive gold or silver for any of the fish you catch - however you will earn the points once officially released.

ScoringEdit

Scoring is based on the fish that you catch and the 'release points' each one is worth. Each fish's points are added to your score that day. At the end of each day, players are ranked by their score and receive tournament rubies Ruby dependent upon their place in the rankings. In the event of a tie, it will be sorted by whoever has more rubies in the season (month).

The number of rubies awarded per person is between 1,000 to 100 rubies.

1st place wins 1,000 rubies
2nd place wins 950 rubies
3rd place wins 925 rubies
4th place wins 912 rubies

The remaining positions are calculated according to the formula

max(100,(1-(x/y)) * 900) rounded to the nearest whole number.

where x is your position and y is the total number of wranglers that day.

So for example, if you came 161st out of 2456 wranglers you would be rewarded

(1 - (161 / 2456) ) * 900 = 841 rubies.

If you didn't do so well and ended 2424th out of 2456 wranglers you would be awarded

(1 - (2424 / 2456) ) * 900 = 12 which is less than the minimum award of 100, and hence you would receive 100 rubies.

LeaderboardEdit

The leaderboard has two columns. All classes for both Farovia and Roperia regions can also be viewed by clicking perspective links at the top.

The left hand column shows Yesterday's Rankings updated daily. User experience shows this usually is shown hour or two after new day FVT. Ability to view Previous Day(s) was recently added by clicking the big link, being able to go back to the start of the month progressively one day at a time.

The right hand column shows Season Rankings for the current months tournament results. This is also updated daily, however user experience shows this may take several hours before it is updated and in sync (see Incorrect Leaderboard for more info).

Yesterday's results can also be seen quite often first in your Skipper's Log. All of your monthly results are seen on your profile page, along with your strikethrough days. Your profile page also reflects your 30 Best Tourny Days.

Great Catch w/o AttractantsEdit

You can now get about ~1.5x to ~2x the release points when you catch a rare fish (From population "Non-existent" to "Threatened" - see below for more details), when you aren't using resources (attractants only - casts using repellents could still qualify as a "Great Catch"). This will make the randomness of tournaments more meaningful as some of the really rare fish, really aren't worth that much more.. which can make each day predictable.

Example #1: Making a "Great Catch", without resource:

Great Catch w/o Attractants! Caught and released a 4.13 lb Magmaniac Fish - added 285 570 release points to my tournament score for today!

Example #2: Making a "Great Catch", with resource:

Caught and released a 4.13 lb Magmaniac Fish - added 335 release points to my tournament score for today! 11 casts left today. Used 1 Magmaniac Attractant, 0 remaining.

Catches made using Liquid Gold are not so clear cut. Using Liquid Gold on some rare fish, are still very difficult catches. If that percentage chance falls within the "Non-existent" to "Threatened" percentage, then the catch WILL count. Otherwise, it will not count as a "Great Catch".

Trophy catches - of any fish - will still count as a "Great Catch".

The fish populations that count as a "Great Catch" are listed below

Population Counts as Great Catch
Non-Existent YES
Possibly Extinct YES
Near Extinction YES
Critically Endangered YES
Endangered YES
Threatened YES
Extremely Rare NO
Very Rare NO
Rare NO
Average NO
Numerous NO
Fairly Prolific NO
Overflowing NO

Top 10 / Last 10: Bonus FLCEdit

The top 10 finishers of each tournament day in each class will receive the following bonus Free Love Chum. All classes get this bonus. (from the Aug 2011 changelog) Some of the new classes were still not paying out FLC to the top 10 finishers.. because the tournament didn't have over 1k people, so we've lowered it to 250 people.. and it should pay out for any tournament with more than 250 people.

1st Place: 30 Free Love Chum
2nd Place: 25 Free Love Chum
3rd Place: 20 Free Love Chum
4th Place: 15 Free Love Chum
5th Place: 10 Free Love Chum
6th Place: 9 Free Love Chum
7th Place: 8 Free Love Chum
8th Place: 7 Free Love Chum
9th Place: 6 Free Love Chum
10th Place: 5 Free Love Chum

The last 10 finishers of each tournament day receive the following sympathy from Cap'n Jozek:

The Very Last Place: 31 Free Love Chum
2nd to Last Place: 15 Free Love Chum
3rd to Last Place: 13 Free Love Chum
4th to Last Place: 12 Free Love Chum
5th to Last Place: 11 Free Love Chum
6th to Last Place: 10 Free Love Chum
7th to Last Place: 9 Free Love Chum
8th to Last Place: 8 Free Love Chum
9th to Last Place: 7 Free Love Chum
10th to Last Place: 5 Free Love Chum

Final Ranking Edit

At the end of the month, all tournament participants are ranked by the total number of Rubies they earned from their 21 Best Days. If there is a tie in the number of rubies wranglers have at the end of the month, then the total number of points each tied wrangler has is used to determine the final placings.

Depending on the tournament level, the top 6-8% of of wranglers will win a certain number of Free Love Chum, with the total value equalling approximately $6,500. A breakdown of these percentages and the number of Free Love Chum that can be won can be found at the Payouts page.

Definitions and ClassesEdit

Tournament - Duration of one month. Based upon your class (Aspiring, Minnow, Tuna, etc).

Competition - A single day of the Tournament. Island locations and pole requirements are on a rotating basis.

Cast - Players are allowed 15 casts per day. You are allowed to cast every 20 6 seconds or every 2 seconds if you've ever purchased RLC.

Release Points - The reward for each catch during a competition. Used to determine your rank each day.

Rubies - The ranking system for Monthly Fishing Tournaments. You receive rubies based upon your rank per each day's competition.

Tournament DetailsEdit

Please note that the locations and pole requirements are known to change from time to time. After such changes, this information will be updated as the schedule is revealed.

Updated as of June 2017

FaroviaEdit

Class Points Range Location / Pole
Aspiring 0 - 14,999 Waterport / Oak Branch or Broken Standard
Minnow 15,000 - 29,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Waterport / Fancy Rifle-pole
  • Waterport / Oak Branch or Broken Standard
Tuna 30,000 - 89,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Waterport / Oak Branch or Broken Standard
  • Fishertonville / Excali-pole
  • Waterport / Fancy Rifle-pole
Shark 90,000 - 298,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Fishertonville / Excali-pole
  • Waterport / Fancy Rifle-pole
  • Fishertonville / Necro-pole
  • Waterport / Oak Branch or Broken Standard
Exceptional 299,000 - 814,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Fishertonville / Necro-pole
  • Fishertonville / Excali-pole
  • Waterport / Fancy Rifle-pole
  • Fishertonville / Necro-pole
  • Waterport / Oak Branch or Broken Standard
  • Blue Crescent / Steam Powered Hydro-pole
  • Fishertonville / Excali-pole
  • Blue Crescent / Steam Powered Hydro-pole
Sensational 815,000 - 2,429,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Blue Crescent / Steam Powered Hydro-pole
  • Waterport / Fancy Rifle-pole
  • Magma Reef / Cubey Incinerator
  • Fishertonville / Excali-pole
  • Waterport / Oak Branch or Broken Standard
  • Blue Crescent / Steam Powered Hydro-pole
  • Fishertonville / Necro-pole
Prodigious 2,430,000 - 7,289,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Fishertonville / Excali-pole
  • Fishertonville / Necro-pole
  • Blue Crescent / Sonar Pulverizer
  • Waterport / Oak Branch or Broken Standard
  • Blue Crescent / Steam Powered Hydro-pole
  • Waterport / Fancy Rifle-pole
  • Magma Reef / Cubey Incinerator
Righteous 7,290,000 - 21,869,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Waterport / Oak Branch or Broken Standard
  • Sans Culpra / Pneumatic Spear Gun Upgrade
  • Magma Reef / Cubey Incinerator
  • Fishertonville/ Excali-pole
  • Blue Crescent / Sonar Pulverizer
  • Poseidon's Ring / Alcatraz
  • Waterport / Fancy Rifle
  • Glacier Bay / Holy Liberator or Evil Obliterator
Extraordinaire 21,870,000 - 65,609,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Magma Reef / Cubey Incinerator
  • Sig's Lair / Algaenite or Planktonite
  • Waterport / Fancy Rifle-pole
  • Blue Crescent / Steam Powered Hydro-pole
  • Sans Culpra / Pneumatic Spear Gun Upgrade
  • Snowpeak Summit / Holy Liberator or Evil Obliterator
  • Poseidon's Ring / Alcatraz
  • Lake Freezberg / Holy Liberator or Evil Obliterator
Incredible 65,610,000 - 115,499,999 Cycles daily through:


  • Devils Cove / Royal Rescuer or Pyratic Plunder
  • Poseidon's Ring / Alcatraz
  • Snowpeak River / Holy Liberator or Evil Obliterator
  • Fishertonville / Necro-pole
  • Blue Crescent / Sonar Pulverizer
  • Deadwater Pass / Royal Rescuer or Pyratic Plunder
  • Magma Reef / Cubey Incinerator
  • Sigs Vault / Algaenite or Planktonite
Legendary 115,500,000 - 175,899,999 8 day cycle randomly chosen from all Farovia locations.

More details here

Légendaire 175,900,000 - 249,999,999 Competes in "Legendary" class
Phenomenal 250,000,000 - 324,999,999 Competes in "Legendary" class
Majestic 325,000,000 - 399,999,999 Competes in "Legendary" class

Old Farovian RotationsEdit

Legendary and aboveEdit

Cycles daily through: (New class as of May 1, 2011)

 Poseidons Ring / Alcatraz
 San Digloo / Holy Liberator or Evil Obliterator
 SS Whiskey / Sling Spear or Torpedo Spear or Electro Spear
 Krakken Rocks / Royal Rescuer or Pyratic Plunder
 Doom Island / Nail Fly, Palm Spear or Kelp Net
 Snow Peak River / Holy Liberator or Evil Obliterator
 Krakken Rocks / Algaenite or Planktonite
 Eye of the Storm / Nail Fly, Palm Spear or Kelp Net

Majestic old rotation: cycles daily through:

   Snowpeak Summit / Holy Liberator or Evil Obliterator
   Bottomless Depths / Alcatraz
   SS Graveyard / Torpedo Spear, Sling Spear, or Electro Spear
   Eye of the Storm / Nail Fly, Palm Spear or Kelp Net
   Wahwahport / Oak Twig
   Stormy Straight / Nail Fly, Palm Spear or Kelp Net
   Wahwahport / Kiddie Standard
   Krakken Rocks / Royal Rescuer or Pyratic Plunder


RoperiaEdit

In Roperia, the user picks what rotation they want to participate in when they choose to join the month-long tournament. The different rotations include:


Roperia breakdownEdit

1 - Santa Francesca/New Seinborough RotationEdit

Day 1-31:

2 - Redwood Crescent / Asteroid Reef / Helvetica RotationEdit

Day 1-31:

3 - Perilimeter / Hexperiment / Subaqueous RotationEdit

Day 1-31:

4 - Kingsland Confluence / Nizon River / Dodge River RotationEdit

Day 1-31:

Farovia Release PointsEdit

Release points (sometimes referred to as freedom points) are awarded for every fish caught on a tournament cast. The actual point awarded will vary depending on the weight of the fish and whether any attractants were used.

The tables below show the release points (both standard points and 'Great Catch' points) of the typical weight of each type of fish that can be caught for each island. Any fish that qualify as a Great Catch have that value displayed in bold and italics.

Highlighting legend:

            = fish with an attractant available (not including Liquid Gold)
            = fish with a repellent available
            = fish with both an attractant and repellent available
Fish in bold have a chum preference

Click on any Fish name to determine what resources and/or preferred chum are associated with that fish.

The rows can be sorted by Fish, Point values (standard and points awarded using no attractants) or the associated Resources via the controls in each header.

WaterPortEdit

    Waterport Release Points

FishertonvilleEdit

    Fishertonville Release Points

Blue CrescentEdit

    Blue Crescent Release Points

Magma ReefEdit

    Magma Reef Release Points

Sans CulpraEdit

    Sans Culpra Release Points

Poseidon's RingEdit

    Poseidons Ring Release Points

Misty CliffsEdit

    Misty Cliffs Release Points

Bottomless DepthsEdit

    Bottomless Depths Release Points

Doom IslandEdit

    Doom Island Release Points

Stormy StraightEdit

    Stormy Straight Release Points

Eye of the StormEdit

    Eye of the Storm Release Points

Glacier BayEdit

    Glacier Bay Release Points

San DiglooEdit

    San Digloo Release Points

Lake FreezbergEdit

    Lake Freezberg Release Points

Snowpeak RiverEdit

    Snowpeak River Release Points

Snowpeak SummitEdit

    Snowpeak Summit Release Points

Sig's LairEdit

Note: Attractants and repellents have no effect in Sig's areas during tourney or normal fishing.

    Sigs Lair

Sig's VaultEdit

Note: Attractants and repellents have no effect in Sig's areas during tourney or normal fishing.

Algaenite Planktonite
Fish Release
Points
No Attr
Points
A / R
Samurai Fish 105 105 AR
Mammoth Squid Fish 293 586  
Sting Ray Fish 354 354  
Peccant Fish 164 164 A
King Crab Fish 249 498  
Octo Fish  ? ?  
Spotted Eagle Ray Fish 454 907  
Red Lobsta Fish 506 1012  
Great Diablo Shark Fish 230 230  
ShoGun Fish 215 215  
Reeko Suave Fish 248 248  
Spectacled Hate Fish 248 248  
Eyeball Ray Fish 312 312  
Woolly Squid Fish 332 663  
Octo Octo Fish 500 1000  
Mutahnt Fish 317 317  
Winged Ray Fish 477 954  
Kingdom Crab Fish 530 1060  
Electropian Lobsta Fish 559 1117  
Farovian Tournament Shark Fish 646 646  
Fish Release
Points
No Attr
Points
A / R
Samurai Fish 105 105 AR
Mammoth Squid Fish 293 586  
Sting Ray Fish 354 354  
Peccant Fish 164 164 A
King Crab Fish 249 498  
Octo Fish  ? ?  
Spotted Eagle Ray Fish 454 907  
Red Lobsta Fish 506 1012  
Great Diablo Shark Fish 230 230  
ShoGun Fish 215 215  
Reeko Suave Fish 248 248  
Spectacled Hate Fish 248 248  
Eyeball Ray Fish 312 312  
Woolly Squid Fish 332 663  
Octo Octo Fish 500 1000  
Mutahnt Fish 317 317  
Winged Ray Fish 477 954  
Kingdom Crab Fish 530 1060  
Electropian Lobsta Fish 559 1117  
Farovian Tournament Shark Fish 646 646  

Sig's WastelandEdit

Note: Attractants and repellents have no effect in Sig's areas during tourney or normal fishing.

Algaenite Planktonite
Fish Release
Points
No Attr
Points
A / R
Joan of Arc Fish 410 819 A
Rock Fish 419 840  
Samurai Fish 105 105 AR
Siberian Tiger Shark Fish 144 144 R
Peccant Fish 164 164 A
Red Lobsta Fish 506 1012  
Lantern Fish 210 210 R
Peanut Jelly Fish 262 262  
Fiddler Crab Fish 341 681  
Fire Lion Fish 399 798  
Great Diablo Shark Fish 230 230  
Siberian Liger Shark Fish 219 219  
ShoGun Fish 215 215  
Eyeball Ray Fish 312 312  
Mutahnt Fish 317 317  
Kingdom Crab Fish 530 1060  
Electropian Lobsta Fish 559 1117  
Diamond Rock Fish 566 1132  
Flamion Fish 675 1350  
Giant PBJ Fish 415 415  
Spotlight Fish 482 482  
Band Crab Fish 825 1649  
Joan of Enjer Fish 1155 2308  
Sir Sigfried Fish  ?  ?  
Reaper Fish 858 858  
Igor the Algae Fish 1212 2424  
Plangaepus Fish  ?  ?  
Farovian Tournament Shark Fish 646 646  
Fish Release
Points
No Attr
Points
A / R
Rock Fish 419 840  
Razor Shark Fish 421 840  
Samurai Fish 105 105 AR
Siberian Tiger Shark Fish 144 144 R
Peccant Fish 164 164 A
Red Lobsta Fish 506 1012  
Squid Vicious Fish 411 821  
T850 Fish 548 548  
Flamyro Fish 350 350  
Octo Magma Fish 807 1613  
Great Diablo Shark Fish 230 230  
Siberian Liger Shark Fish 219 219  
ShoGun Fish 215 215  
Eyeball Ray Fish 312 312  
Mutahnt Fish 317 317  
Kingdom Crab Fish 530 1060  
Electropian Lobsta Fish 559 1117  
Diamond Rock Fish 566 1132  
Squid Murderous Fish 704 1408  
Flaymzor Fish 484 484  
O850 Fish 488 488  
Magma Octo Fish 847 1694  
Razorback Fish 1194 2389  
Sir Sigfried Fish  ?  ?  
Madcow Fish 862 862  
Igor the Plankton Fish 1213 2425  
Plangaepus Fish  ?  ?  
Farovian Tournament Shark Fish 646 646  

Devils CoveEdit

    Devils Cove Release Points

Deadwater PassEdit

    Deadwater Pass Release Points

Krakken RocksEdit

    Krakken Rocks Release Points


Notes

  1. One-Day-Only-Fish (e.g. the Barackuda, Cupid, etc) are not available in tournament casts and as such excluded from this list.
  2. Wranglers may be fortunate enough to catch the fabled Earl Ness Monster Fish during their tournaments. This mythical beast rewards lucky wranglers 1527 release points.
  3. Pink Ribbon Fish are worth 130 Tournament points.

Roperia Release PointsEdit

Santa FrancescaEdit

    Santa Francesca Release Points

New SeinboroughEdit

    New Seinborough Release Points

Redwood CrescentEdit

    Redwood Crescent Release Points

Asteroid ReefEdit

    Asteroid Reef Release Points

HelveticaEdit

    Helvetica Release Points

PerilimeterEdit

    Perilimeter Release Points

HexperimentEdit

    Hexperiment Release Points

SubaqueousEdit

    Subaqueous Release Points

Kingsland ConfluenceEdit

    Kingsland Confluence Release Points

Mosquito RunEdit

    Mosquito Run Release Points

Cadaver ExpanseEdit

    Cadaver Expanse Release Points

Sepulcro del SolEdit

    Sepulcro del Sol Release Points

Coral CorralEdit

    Coral Corral Release Points

Amadahy PlainsEdit

    Amadahy Plains Release Points

Deadwater SaloonEdit

    Deadwater Saloon Release Points

Jettison JettyEdit

    Jettison Jetty Release Points

Castout CreekEdit

    Castout Creek Release Points

Burnout BayEdit

    Burnout Bay Release Points

FAQEdit

How do some people get so many points?Edit

There are a few ways people can get to the top of the daily leader boards.

  • If they are lucky enough, catching the fabled Earl Ness Monster Fish, Franken Ness Monster Fish or Monster Stu Fish yields a handsome reward of release points.
  • They catch the Farovian Tournament Shark Fish or Roperian Tournament Shark Fish in either of those tournaments.
  • They use either Free Love Chum and/or Red Love Chum to attract rarer fish more often, as well as almost never miss (unless the fish is higher level.).
  • They catch a Trophy Fish on a competition cast.
  • And finally, via the use of Resources. Players will often save all their resources they gather over a month or more and use them on the areas they give a advantage to boost their total. Whilst this 'all-or-nothing' approach may not be sustainable over the full month, doing so provides a much higher percentage of higher value fish in their competition casts. In addition, by using multiple repellents, they can cancel out the low-scoring fish, and attractants can often result in Catching Streaks. For example, if they used 2 Vial_of_Bile after catching a Hate Fish normally and both casts they caught an average weighted Hate, instead of getting the 91 points for each catch they would also receive a bonus of 8 points for the 2nd Hate, then 11 points for a 3rd Hate, etc.

What are Rubies?Edit

Rubies are the ranking system for Monthly Fishing Tournaments - they have no value other than to track how well you are performing over the month. You receive rubies based upon your rank at the end of each day's competition. Then at the end of each month, tournament prizes are awarded based on the number of rubies you have been awarded in your "best 21 days".

How do you get a medal?Edit

If you are placed within the top 10,000 people in your tourny class, you will be awarded a "tournament prize" medal, showing your exact place, rubies, etc. This will be displayed on your profile for all to see.

Why do you only calculate the "Best 21 Days"?Edit

By using your "Best 21 Days" of the month, we allow players to take some days off without having to worry about losing too much leaderboard position.

Are Release Points added to my overall point score?Edit

Yes - Release Points are added to your actual point totals.

Do tournament casts count toward pole leveling?Edit

Catches or 'steals' (e.g."A 4 inch Loafy Fish swam by and ate my chum") do count towards pole leveling as per normal. Any misses however (e.g. "Didn't catch anything 11 casts left today.") do NOT count towards increasing your pole level unless Red Love Chum or Free Love Chum is used. More details on pole leveling can be found at Pole Leveling.

Will my casts deduct fuel?Edit

No, fuel is not used in the Monthly Fishing Tournaments.

What about oxygen usage in Sans Culpra?Edit

Like fuel, your oxygen tank is not used in the Monthly Fishing Tournaments.

Do tournament casts in Magma Reef count towards my safe daily casts?Edit

Magma Reef tournament casts are separate from your safe daily casts in Magma Reef. Therefore you can do your tournament casts in Magma Reef without burning your pole or having to use fire extinguishers.

I participated in a day's competition but I didn't get any rubiesEdit

Rubies are only awarded if you complete all 15 casts and scored points on at least one of the casts.

I can't compete because I don't have the required pole?Edit

The Farovian Tournaments follow a known schedule, where the general pattern follows that each new pole is introduced into the class after the required points value that each pole can be purchased (e.g. Magma Reef and the Cubey Incinerator can be unlocked after 600,000 points, so the first tournament it appears is the Sensational class which starts at 815,000 points).

Fish Wrangler however does not enforce a progression and players are free to play the game how they want. Quests for example, may be played at any time and some players may elect to remain at a particular location to complete a pole's set of quests before progressing. If players choose this style of gameplay they should expect to be at a disadvantage when it comes to tournaments, potentially even having to miss a day's competition if they do not have the required pole.

As the player's best 21 days are used as the basis for the final score, being unable to play every day should not prevent any player from doing well over the full month.

If competing in tournaments is important for you, then it is recommended to not employ a single gameplay style exclusively, but perhaps alternate between quests/pole leveling and general progression. Whatever gameplay style you employ however will have consequences and ultimately it is your choice how you want to play this game.

I can't reach some of the newer areas for my tournament? Or Is there any other information I should know?Edit

It is considered by many in general within the FW community to be bad form (aka frowned upon) to stay fishing in a specific Farovian tournament class too often, such as longer than 4-5 months. Some users may decide to focus solely on fishing in Roperia to be able to unlock access to some islands, fish, etc. Yet there are some wranglers who purposely do this, so they will compete in Farovian tournaments with higher pole levels, more resources and RLC/FLC to have a better advantage against players with less experience or knowledge of the game.
While some decide to move on, a few will repeat this next month to farm FLC. This information is put here so everyone in those areas can benefit for awhile and hopefully more competition will exist in those areas. Keep in mind, Roperia didn't exist when more experienced players were competing in the earlier tournament levels, and so almost all kept fishing and progressing in the game and going into later tournament levels. A similar practice is to purposely use lower level rods in areas to keep whiffing then using a higher rod to catch a fish for pity FLC. Many new collection sets are released by fish at higher areas of the game. If you are trying to ask other wranglers on the forums these sets, this practice is easy to detect by other players and you won't likely be helped.

If I level up a Class in the middle of the season, will I switch to the next Tournament Class?Edit

No, you stay in whatever Tournament Class you joined. You will still level up Classes normally. For example, you're 90% Minnow. You join the Sept. '08 Minnow Class Tournament. Then in a couple days you're 1% Tuna. You will remain in the Sept. '08 Minnow Class Tournament.

Can I leave my current tournament and join another one?Edit

You can ONLY leave the tournament season if you have moved up a Class level AND if it's within the first week (seven days) of the month. You cannot leave the tournament at any other time, the "leave" link will display an error message if you try it. This is to prevent people accidentally leaving a season and losing all of their stats. NOTE: By leaving, you PERMANENTLY DELETE YOUR PREVIOUS STATS including any release points so far awarded (which get added to your overall points) and the stats for the day you leave - so you can do your tourney casts in your old rank, leave it, and do the new tournament casts in the new rank.

Why would I leave my current tournament and join another one?Edit

This depends on your strategy for playing the tournaments. Clearly there is an advantage for staying in the lower level tournament and fishing at a higher level against lesser competitors. And likewise, if you have just reached a new class you will be at a disadvantage fishing against more experienced wranglers in that class.

On the other hand, if you assume that you probably won't WIN the tourney, and rank is secondary to pole-levelling, then higher-class tournaments allow you to use/level more advanced poles in more advanced locations catching bigger fish with higher scores. So one specific example is that if you are advanced for a Shark you won't be able to use, and hence level, a Steam Powered Hydropole in your tournament (a pole you would ordinarily be using in Blue Crescent around that stage of the game). So if you are using the tournaments to level up poles and further your own class, then there is an argument for joining the higher class tournament.

Can I tournament fish while Night Fishing?Edit

No, because you cannot be in two places at once.

By what time must each day's competition be completed in order to count for that day?Edit

At the end of the day

I placed in the Top 10 and my profile has not updatedEdit

The “Best Days” area on each user's profile updates every 7 days.

My yesterday's results are showing as N/AEdit

This usually occurs if your profile results haven't been updated since the rubies were calculated. Check the timestamp of when it was last updated and it if it is before your rubies were calculated, your results will be shown correctly in due course or they can be updated by clicking on "Refresh".

My season's rankings on the tournament leaderboard is incorrectEdit

The season's rankings will appear to be out of sync with your actual total number of rubies as it is updated daily and not necessarily when your profile results were updated (since everyone's profile is updated at different times to spread the load on the servers). If it doesn't refresh later that day, rest assured that the final monthly totals when calculated will be correct.

Why do some days on my profile page have a strikethrough?Edit

Only the best 21 days are counted towards your monthly total. The days that have a strikethrough are those days that don't qualify as your best 21 days.

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