So Uh...I made this packaging and rulebooks for Romance of the Nine Empires. I'm very proud because it was my first professional tabletop gaming design piece. I mean "professional enough to have a UPC on it."
The actual illustrations and most of the logos were done by other people before I even got in to do the project. So my work was mostly layout. The cover, for example, has three illustrations on it. Each side of the box has a different faction. The front, back and the 4 sides I mean (as there were 6 factions in this expansion). I did all the layout and diagrams in the rulebook too. It was very fun and to this day its probably the best professionally done piece in my portfolio.
So I wanted to see the average stats of the active players on our site (who have converted their stats).
Note that the above is a misleading median average. It includes players who have such a low reiatsu that their stats haven't begun to diverge yet. It hides the fact that most players dump either speed or defense because its a surprisingly even split on the dump.
I'd also like to note that this shows that the precision system is VERY successful. While there is a ~11.X% difference between the two defensive stats and precision, precision is *not* the be-all-end-all stat that Spirit was (which enjoyed a difference of 33%+ versus strength).