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[DCTP] Detective Conan Survivor: Round 2 Coming Soon!

Postby Jd- » December 4th, 2010, 8:31 pm

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Round 1 Pools

Pool 1 (Ended January 7th, 2011)
Pool 2 (Ended January 8th, 2011)
Pool 3 (Ended January 8th, 2011)
Pool 4 (Ended January 11th, 2011)
Pool 5 (Ended January 11th, 2011)
Pool 6 (Ended January 11th, 2011)
Pool 7 (Ended January 14th, 2011)
Pool 8 (Ended January 18th, 2011)
Pool 9 (Ended January 18th, 2011)
Pool 10 (Ended January 18th, 2011)
Pool 11 (Ended January 20th, 2011)
Pool 12 (Ended January 23rd, 2011)
Pool 13 (Ended January 23rd, 2011)
Pool 14 (Ended January 23rd, 2011)
Pool 15 (Ended January 27th, 2011)
Pool 16 (Ended January 27th, 2011)
Pool 17 (Ended January 27th, 2011)
Pool 18 (Ended January 27th, 2011)
Pool 19 (Ended February 4th, 2011)
Pool 20 (Ended February 5th, 2011)
Pool 21 (Ended February 13th, 2011)
Pool 22 (Ended February 13th, 2011)
Pool 23 (Ended February 13th, 2011)
Pool 24 (Ended February 13th, 2011)
Pool 25 (Ended May 26th, 2011)
Pool 26 (Ended June 22nd, 2011)
Pool 27 (Ended June 22nd, 2011)
Pool 28 (Ended June 22nd, 2011)
Pool 29 (Ended June 22nd, 2011)
Pool 30 (Ended April 21st)
Pool 31 (Ended April 21st)
Pool 32 (Ended April 21st)





Cases Eliminated in Round 1:

[spoiler=Pool 1]363 — The City's Crows (26.7% of vote)
591 — The House with the Aquarium (20.8% of vote)
368 — The Candy House the Witch Lives in (16.7% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 2]596 — The Alibi of the Fall (26.4% of vote)
433 — Conan: A Strange Child (20% of vote)
370 — Running Away in a Game (16% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 3]566 — The Partner is Santa-san (30.8% of vote)
377-378 — The Momotarou Mystery Solving Tour (14.5% of vote)
010 — The Blackmailing of a Pro Soccer Player Case (12.8% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 4]414 — The Detective Boys' Bluebird Chase (31% of vote)
539 — A Fool's Inheritance (18% of vote)
348-349 — Love, A Ghost, and World Heritage (13% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 5]567 — Murderous Intent Raining on an Outdoor Spa (36.4% of vote)
527 — The Malice Hidden Behind the Masque (32.7% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 6]360 — A Mysterious Spring Beetle (26.3% of vote)
570 — The Crime with Zero Possibility to be Proven (24.2% of vote)
014 — The Mysterious Shooting Message Case (18.2% of vote)
179 — The Coffee Shop Truck's Wild Entrance Case (17.2% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 7]520 — Wine Red Indictment (25.6% of vote)
434 — The Famous Dog Couer's Triumph (19.8% of vote)
337 — Hidden Circumstances of the Falling Incident (18.2% of vote)[/spoiler]
[spoiler=Pool 8][size=130]582 — The Night the Zombie Died (35.6% of vote)
251 — The Tragedy at the OK Corral (21.2% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 9]512 — The Broken Horoscope (30.5% of vote)
242 — Boy Genta's Misfortune (22.9% of vote)
418 — Home of Beika's Grenier (13.6% of vote)
083 — The General Hospital Murder Case (12.7% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 10]588 — The Trap of the Rooftop Farm (43.2% of vote)
169 — Venus's Kiss (21.6% of vote)
553 — The Interrogation Room (14.4% of vote)
320 — The Art of Ninja Alibi Craft (13.6% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 11]245 — The Gunshot at the Sunflower Estate (27.4% of vote)
440 — The Car Stunt's Utmost Limit (19.2% of vote)
029 — The Computer Murder Case (13.7% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 12]544 — The Hand That Plays in Dissonance (24.1% of vote)
442 — The Man Obstructed by the Steel Frame (22.9% of vote)
397 — Hot, Bitter, Sweet Soup (15.7% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 13]480 — The Yellow Alibi (25.9% of vote)
536 — The Secret of the Vanished Masterpiece (18.8% of vote)
026 — The Pet Dog John Murder Case (16.5% of vote)
475 — Bad Luck Grand Prix (14.1% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 14]565 — The Eyewitness Who Did Not See (28.9% of vote)
577 — The Truth Lit Up By the Fireflies (19.3% of vote)
149 — The Bungee Jumping Case (16.9% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 15]328 — The Birthday Wine Mystery (32.9% of vote)
235 — The Locked Wine Cellar (17.6% of vote)
107-108 — The Mysterious Mole Alien Case (14.1% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 16]315 — Place Exposed to the Sun (26.1% of vote)
423 — The Detective Boy and the Four Caterpillar Brothers (21.6% of vote)
461 — The Missing Page (14.8% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 17]562 — Rainbow Color Kidnapping (34.5% of vote)
364-365 — The Synchronicity Case (11.9% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 18]182 — The Big Investigation of the Nine Doors (26.1% of vote)
148 — The Sudden Streetcar Stopping Case (22.7% of vote)
276 — The Case of the Missing Policeman's Notebook (15.9% of vote)
075 — The Loan Company President Murder Case (12.5% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 19]342 — The Bride of Huis ten Bosch (36.5% of vote)
209 — The Falling from Mount Ryujin Case (20.3% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 20]459 — A Mysterious Man with Overly-Strict Regulations (37.2% of vote)
110-111 — The Cooking Classroom Murder Case (19.2% of vote)
554-555 — The Stork Mystery Tour (17.9% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 21]556 — Intersection of Fear (39.1% of vote)
456 — The Mystery I Loved (24.6% of vote)
044 — The Three Hotta Brothers Murder Case (13% of vote)
030 — The Alibi Testimony Murder Case (13% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 22]357 — Sweetheart is an Illusion of Spring (26.5% of vote)
373 — The Poisonous Spider's Deadly Trap (20.6% of vote)
165 — The Three Hotta Brothers Murder Case (13.2% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 23]041 — The Victory Flag Tearing Case (34.3% of vote)
047 — The Sports Club Murder Case (28.4% of vote)
095 — Kogorou's Date Murder Case (13.4% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 24]183 — A Dangerous Receipt (31.8% of vote)
468 — Mysterious Case Near the Pond (24.2% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 25]260 — The Shaking Restaurant (29.5% of vote)
025 — The False Kidnapping and Hostage Case (14.1% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 26]441 — The Final "Ahh" (30.2% of vote)
273 — The Quiz Lady's Disappearance Case (20.6% of vote)
123 — The Weather Girl Kidnapping Case (14.3% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 27]065 — Crab and Whale Kidnapping Case (25% of vote)
097 — The Farewell Wine Murder Case (20% of vote)
405 — The Man Who Called for an Ambulance (18.3% of vote)
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[spoiler=Pool 28]214 — The Mysterious Retro Room Case (29.6%)
016 — The Antique Collector's Murder Case (18.5%)
255-256 — The 14th Round of the Linked Verse Contest (16.7%)
318-319 — The Lucky Cigar Case (13%)
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[spoiler=Pool 29]252 — The Kidnapper in the Picture (25%)
119 — The Kamen Yaiba Murder Case (21.2%)
120 — The Honey Cocktail Murder Case (13.5%)
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[spoiler=Pool 30]599 — A Friend of Justice (15.5%)
257 — The Mysterious Punishment From Heaven (13.8%)
90 — The Flower Scent Murder Case (12.9%)
212-213 — Mushrooms, Bears, and the Detective Boys (12.1%)
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[spoiler=Pool 31]424 — The Photo Mail from the Clown (26.1%)
443-444 — Gathering Shellfish with a Sigh (15.2%)
312-313 — Festival Dolls Dyed in the Setting Sun (13%)
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[spoiler=Pool 32]59 — The First Errand Murder Case (21.6%)
281 — The Small Eye-Witnesses (17%)
438 — The Fish Mail Pursuit (15.9%)
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Welcome to 2012! Time to get this started again, and hopefully wrap it all up!

Remember! In Survivor, you vote for your two [size=140]LEAST favorites. Each poll will run from anywhere between 3 to 5 days.[/size]

Poll results will not be available until the poll expires on the announced day. You do not have to say what you voted should you not wish to, but feel free to discuss any of the cases featured!




Now that we've passed 600 episodes, what better way to celebrate than to revisit all of the cases that have got us here?

You may have seen Survivor games played out elsewhere (but hopefully not just on TV). Essentially, it will be a series of polls to give us a ranking of sorts for the many cases that have brought us up to the big number 600.

But, instead of normal polls where you would have a special like 304 receiving 95% of the vote and all other episodes getting 1 to 2 votes, Survivor works differently. In Survivor, instead of voting for your favorites, you vote for your least favorites. This way, the resulting rankings are more indicative of actual ranking than the usual format. 304 (for example) may still win, but, along the way, we'll get a pretty decent idea of what is second, third, fourth, and such. Beyond that, we will have the chance to discuss a mass of cases that have gone under the radar over the years.

The Survivor polls will take a while to finish, but by the end, we'll have a nice idea of how the DCTP community as a whole ranks the best and worst cases.

There will be multiple polls running concurrently for the most part (for the first few, we'll take it slow until everyone is introduced to the concept). From these, two to three of the cases with the highest votes will be eliminated (or, better put, removed from the top consideration). The first round will have quite a few polls, but the numbers will continue to dwindle until we are left with only an elite few remaining.

The pools were constructed with a certain (albeit lenient) formula in mind to ensure that there's a varied and hopefully balanced mix to each.

Along the way, not only will everyone have a chance to post their thoughts about cases they otherwise don't get to discuss often, but we'll also get to test various aspects of the ConanTV service. This is the part where we note not all episodes are up on the site, but as we go along, hopefully this will help give incentive to move the process along.

Remember! In Survivor, you vote for your two [size=140]LEAST favorites. Each poll will run from anywhere between 3 to 5 days.[/size]

Poll results will not be available until the poll expires on the announced day. You do not have to say what you voted should you not wish to, but feel free to discuss any of the cases featured!
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Re: Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Found » January 4th, 2011, 4:16 am

How interesting.
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Re: Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby sstimson » January 4th, 2011, 8:27 pm

Dumb Question unless you believe that unasked questions are dumb questions

Any Way Nice Idea, But I wonder ( And Yes I think too much ), is there a way to set this up to give a number to which is the best like this

Example

304 - 1
421 - 2
266 - 3
261 -4
Etc?


You know only 1 number to a episode or pair or set. And once that number is used, it can not be used again unless next time.
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Re: Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Jd- » January 4th, 2011, 8:30 pm

Yesh. Later on, there will be consolation rounds to give a more accurate ranking.
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Postby xpon » January 7th, 2011, 11:15 am

cant we made this into a more fun?

like someone will be chosen each pool and have a right to protect one episode? (the episode he/she like) and maybe to put all the vote that supposelly into that episode into an episode he/she hate...


ex:
xpon got the protector role in poll 1.
xpon use Protection on episode 563-564 — Detective Boys vs. Robber Group
and Target on episode 1 — The Roller Coaster Murder Case

so whoever vote for eps 563-564, their vote will be counted into eps 1
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Re: Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Wakarimashita » January 7th, 2011, 11:57 am

I don't like that idea because then the polls won't represent people's preferences correctly.
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Postby Jd- » January 7th, 2011, 12:15 pm

I think we'll save that for the Lottery II, xpon. :-X
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Postby xpon » January 7th, 2011, 12:19 pm

Good. :P
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Postby wardove706 » January 15th, 2011, 2:14 pm

I was wondering, how do you pick the pools in the first place ???
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Re: [DCTP] Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Jd- » January 15th, 2011, 2:46 pm

wardove706 wrote:I was wondering, how do you pick the pools in the first place ???


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Re: [DCTP] Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Akonyl » January 17th, 2011, 11:03 am

another question on picking, though it doesn't matter as much this early on, but how do you choose how many of the losers get kicked off?
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Re: [DCTP] Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Nanatsu no Ko » January 17th, 2011, 12:04 pm

I'm a little confused on which and how many cases are eliminated. Maybe this is explained somewhere that I've missed...

The 3 cases with the most amount of votes are eliminated? (which explains pools 1-4,7)
With the caveat that the case needs at least 10% of the vote? (which probably explains pool 5)
I'm a little confused on why 4 cases were eliminated in pool 6
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Re: [DCTP] Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Jd- » January 17th, 2011, 2:50 pm

Akonyl wrote:another question on picking, though it doesn't matter as much this early on, but how do you choose how many of the losers get kicked off?


Nanatsu no Ko wrote:I'm a little confused on which and how many cases are eliminated. Maybe this is explained somewhere that I've missed...

The 3 cases with the most amount of votes are eliminated? (which explains pools 1-4,7)
With the caveat that the case needs at least 10% of the vote? (which probably explains pool 5)
I'm a little confused on why 4 cases were eliminated in pool 6


I originally decided not to post the elimination guidelines (at least foremost) in order to avoid encouraging someone from being overly concerned with the numbers or trying to sway a vote or whatnot (also why the results are only available after it's expired). But, since you asked...

Elimination criteria for the first round:
- At least 13% of the vote is needed for choices to normally be eliminated (percentages are rounded up if necessary).
- If a third episode doesn't reach 13%, only two will be eliminated.
- If more than three episodes reach 13%, all above 13% will be eliminated.
- If somehow no choice reaches 13%, the top two with the most votes will be eliminated.
- If somehow only one choice reaches 13%, the next choice with the highest vote will also be eliminated (if there's a tie, one will be selected randomly from the ones that have tied)

To answer your specific questions:

The 3 cases with the most amount of votes are eliminated?
- Usually it will be the three most, but not always (see above). Ultimately, the first round will see some pretty lopsided contests as there are some cases that are going to be eliminated early by large margins no matter the situation.

With the caveat that the case needs at least 10% of the vote?
- 13%, but percentages are rounded up.

I'm a little confused on why 4 cases were eliminated in pool 6
- Each of them had more than 13%. Usually, we'll end up with two to three eliminated, but occasionally we will go over. I actually didn't expect to ever have more than three go over 13% (which is one reason I didn't mention it in the blurbs--well, that and not wanting people to be overly concerned with the numbers and instead stay focused on the cases), personally, as a lot has to go right (or wrong, depending on your perspective!) for the numbers to line up that way. The basic reasoning here being that, if a case this early on receives that many votes, it's highly, highly unlikely to survive the next round regardless, so it may as well be cleared out now.
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Re: [DCTP] Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Akonyl » January 17th, 2011, 3:58 pm

gotcha, that's basically what I was thinking but I wasn't sure since I was guessing different percentages (10-15) :P

and all those rules seem overly complex for the two rules they seem to boil down to, not that it really matters. :V
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Re: [DCTP] Detective Conan Survivor: The Details!

Postby Jd- » January 17th, 2011, 4:31 pm

Akonyl wrote:and all those rules seem overly complex for the two rules they seem to boil down to, not that it really matters. :V


They're more clarifications, but unfortunately some people are too pedantic for their own good. They would have asked questions that would have led to those guidelines being clarified, so why not get it out of the way early? :V

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