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If you have any questions or problems, please contact IceBlueFire on Torn or contact him on IRC.

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Torn Stats is a great place for you to analyze your stat growth as you progress over time. Chart your stat gains and see just how much you've changed. Compare yourself to other players in the same faction to see just how well you match up in an easy-to-view way.

NEW! September 11th, 2015 Over the last year, there have been a steady stream of updates and small tweaks across the entire site. The most recent are the ability to change which dates are graphed and the ability to see how much respect was earned by each player during a war.

September 17th, 2014 You can now rank your members crime experience by entering your Organized Crimes results!

April 25th, 2014 Do you have a personal backlog of stat entries you'd like to see graphed? Now there's a way! Just go under Settings and click Edit Stats to find where to do it at the bottom.

April 9th, 2014 Want to know how long it will take to reach that next milestone in battle stats? Now you can set your goals and find out just how many days it will take you to reach it!

March 4th, 2014 A new userscript has been created to quickly update your personal stats, right from your home page on Torn! It also allows you to quickly view a players spy stats, right on their profile if you have them entered in your database. Find the script on the About Us page to get started.

February 26th, 2014 An attack counter to tally those massive wars easily. Under the "Factions" dropdown, in the Chain Base, all you have to do is copy and paste that attack news, select a start and an end, and you have yourself all the details you'll ever need about that last war.

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