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  1. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ApPT0N9WtHcKdDNpTW1STTZCQXNFMF9lVFdlZ2hnSWc#gid=0 (Note: To avoid people messing up the sheet itself it's read only. Just save a copy into your google docs (if you don't have one, you'd need to make one, or just admire the sheet I guess). The basic idea is, you enter a weighting for each stat (how valuable you think they are) and the sheet gives you an adjusted growth valuation, and in particular ranks the characters on how good their growths are for that particular weighting. The most important columns are X and Y. These basically tell you roughly how good that character's growths are for a given weighting. The sheet currently has example data of what I think most people would consider a fairly standard weighting: Str/Mag (stronger stat), Spd, Def * 30 Res * 20 HP, SKL * 15 Str/Mag (weaker stat), Luk * 10 So a character's speed growth is considered three times as important as their luck growth, for example. With that weighting, you can see that characters like Kellam, Basilio, Cordelia and Vaike do better than their growth total suggests, while characters like Henry, Chrom, Anna and Maribelle are worse. And this is why Anna (ranked 6 unweighted, ranked 20 weighted) never really gets mentioned for her 'fantastic' growths, while Panne (ranked 5 unweighted, ranked 4 weighted) is. Because Panne's growths are good where this weighting cares, while Annas are good where this weighting doesn't. Anyway I don't expect this to be of huge use to many people, it's more of a novelty, but I use things like this occasionally when talking about character growths, and others might too. But I made it and I'll be using it, and on the off chance it's of use to others, might as well make it available, right? I'm thinking of adding classes in, but that's a little bit of work. (Note: This post refers to the original version of the sheet. The link now links to an updated version.
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