Overflow & Points

Storybook Brawl is typically played in 8-player lobbies. When participants can't be divided into completely filled lobbies, an 'overflow' system is used to minimize filling empty seats with AI opponents ('bots').

Points are awarded based on finishes, weighted for higher placement. Earnable points are based on the size of the pod.

Overflow System

This system may create several 6-player lobbies, and up to one 8-player lobby with a bot.

Determining overflow pods

When the players are not evenly divisible by 8 in any round of a Day One or Day Two flight, pods are created according to the 'modulo' (number of remaining players):

# Modulo Pod Structure
0 No overflow (all 8-player pods)
7 One 8-player pod with 1 bot
6 One 6-player pod (no bots)
5 One 6-player pod + one 8-player pod with 1 bot
4 Two 6-player pods (no bots)
3 Two 6-player pods + one 8-player pod with 1 bot
2 Three 6-player pods (no bots)
1 Three 6-player pods + one 8-player pod with 1 bot

At most one bot will be used in any round.

Assigning players

The bot-pod's players are assigned from the bottom of the leaderboard standings as the round is generated. You may only be assigned to one bot pod in a flight.

6-player pods are distributed evenly (i.e. most everyone should play in one before anyone plays in two), but are otherwise distributed randomly after the bot pod is assigned.

8-player pods are assigned randomly between the remaining players after the bot and 6-player pods.

Point Structures

8 player pods

Finish Points
1st 10
2nd 8
3rd 7
4th 6
5th 4
6th 3
7th 2
8th 1

6 player pods

Finish Points
1st 10
2nd 8
3rd 6
4th 4
5th 2
6th 1

If lobbies are played with bots, points are not adjusted if a bot finishes above players.

Pro Club Bonuses

Players with a Pro Club status recieve bonus points in Day One of SBBMonthlies.

Status Bonus Points
Bronze 1
Silver 5
Gold 10

At this time, these bonus points are added after all Day One flights are complete.