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At the end of each campaign mission, you get to see the statistics screen, which includes a cumulative score and a rank. How is the score calculated and how does it affect the rank?

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From classic.battle.net, we get the following:

You get points for winning the scenario and for killing units.

  • Winning Scenario: 500
  • Critter: 1
  • Peasant/Peon: 30
  • Flying Machine/Zeppelin/Tanker: 40
  • Footman/Grunt/Transport: 50
  • Archer/Axe Thrower: 60
  • Ranger/Berserker: 70
  • Dwarves/Sappers/Knight/Ogre/Ballista/Catapult/Mage/Death Knight/Demon: 100
  • Paladin/Ogre Mage: 110
  • Legendary Hero/Submarine/Turtle: 120
  • Destroyer/Gryphon/Dragon: 150
  • Battleship/Juggernaut: 300

  • Wall: 1

  • Tower: 95
  • Farm: 100
  • Lumbermill/Runestone: 150
  • Barracks/Oil Rig: 160
  • Blacksmith/Shipyard: 170
  • Foundry/Guard Tower/Refinery/Town Hall: 200
  • Stables/Ogre Mound: 210
  • Inventor/Alchemist: 230
  • Church/Altar/Wizard's Tower/Temple: 240
  • Cannon Tower: 250
  • Aviary/Roost: 280
  • Keep/Stronghold: 600
  • Castle/Fortress: 1500

These point values are then added to get a rank per the following:

  • Servant/Slave: 0 - 2000
  • Peasant/Peon: 2001 - 5000
  • Squire/Rogue: 5001 - 8000
  • Footman/Grunt: 8001 - 18000
  • Corporal/Slasher: 18001 - 28000
  • Sergeant/Marauder: 28001 - 40000
  • Lieutenant/Commander: 40001 - 55000
  • Captain: 55001 - 70000
  • Major: 70001 - 85000
  • Knight: 85001 - 105000
  • General: 105001 - 125000
  • Admiral/Master: 125001 - 145000
  • Marshall: 145001 - 165000
  • Lord/Chieftan: 165001 - 185000
  • Grand Admiral/Overlord: 185001 - 205000
  • Highlord/War Chief: 205001 - 230000
  • Thundergod/Demigod: 230001 - 255000
  • God: 255001 - 280000
  • ???: 280000+
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That's impressive. I found something to this effect myself, but it talks about 'half of cost' of this or 'quarter of cost' of that and it doesn't list everything either. Confusing much. This answer's much better. –  deutschZuid May 1 '13 at 2:08
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