Originally Posted by Taikero
Theoretically it will normalize over time. I'm only getting 10 rating per correct judgment right now, and getting dinged for more than that for every incorrect judgment.
Give it a few more months and we should see what the average top level Justice Ratings look like.
The Justice Ranking appears to be the same thing as an Elo ranking, awarding points for judgments that were agreed by the majority (wins) and negating points for judgments where the majority disagreed with you (losses.)
Elo systems exist to match players of similar skill together. A player just starting out who has a skill level of 2800 starts out in the 1200 levels. Theory goes that he should win the vast majority of his games, and when he does, his Elo will be increased further and further until he stops winning with such regularity.
But in this system, we're not being pitted against anyone. We are being assessed in conjunction with other Tribunal Judges, by how close we are to consensus judgment.
Under this system, there is theoretically no limit to how high our Justice ranking can go, so long as one maintains a high percentage of correct consensus judgments. And with the addition of streaks, the more strings of successful judgments one can string together, the more points they will be rewarded per case.