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 **MSD - **An acronym for Mina Standardized Difficulty, which refers to the generated numerical value a file is given by the game. This calculator is to be taken as //a general guideline for what to expect //and it not meant to serve as an absolute metric. This value is based on what the game will give a player upon completing the file with a score of **93% WIFE Scoring**, and will scale upward to varying degrees from file to file as your performance improves up to **96.5% WIFE Scoring**. Below is an image showcasing the seven categories of difficulty assessment: **MSD - **An acronym for Mina Standardized Difficulty, which refers to the generated numerical value a file is given by the game. This calculator is to be taken as //a general guideline for what to expect //and it not meant to serve as an absolute metric. This value is based on what the game will give a player upon completing the file with a score of **93% WIFE Scoring**, and will scale upward to varying degrees from file to file as your performance improves up to **96.5% WIFE Scoring**. Below is an image showcasing the seven categories of difficulty assessment:
- ​[{{wiki:​msd.png|MSD}}]+ [{{ wiki:​msd.png|MSD}}]
  
 **WIFE - **The percentage system that dictates your overall grade on a file. As you play, every millisecond counts towards your performance,​ as opposed to having arbitrary hard judgment lines. The closer you are to hitting the arrows exactly, the higher your percentage for it will be, while outright missing the arrows will net you a tough additional penalty. For quick reference, the following grades are obtained when you hit certain percentages:​ **WIFE - **The percentage system that dictates your overall grade on a file. As you play, every millisecond counts towards your performance,​ as opposed to having arbitrary hard judgment lines. The closer you are to hitting the arrows exactly, the higher your percentage for it will be, while outright missing the arrows will net you a tough additional penalty. For quick reference, the following grades are obtained when you hit certain percentages:​
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   * **D**  = <60% While still passing   * **D**  = <60% While still passing
   * **F**  = Failing at any point (life bar going to 0, regardless of percentage).   * **F**  = Failing at any point (life bar going to 0, regardless of percentage).
-**Stream - **A series of single arrows, or taps, not repeating on the same arrow column. Streams in the MSD actually account for several types of patterns, which will be discussed more thoroughly in the proceeding sections. [[https://​i.imgur.com/​nEyjoid.png|Here]] is a general example of a chart that would be raated ​in the stream category.+**Stream - **A series of single arrows, or taps, not repeating on the same arrow column. Streams in the MSD actually account for several types of patterns, which will be discussed more thoroughly in the proceeding sections. [[https://​i.imgur.com/​nEyjoid.png|Here]] is a general example of a chart that would be rated in the stream category.
  
 **Jumpstream - **A series of double arrows, or jumps, with taps in between them. The amount of taps between the jumps will make the jumpstream either more or less dense, altering it's difficulty. An [[https://​i.imgur.com/​tLCaGZQ.png|example of jumpstream]] for better understanding. **Jumpstream - **A series of double arrows, or jumps, with taps in between them. The amount of taps between the jumps will make the jumpstream either more or less dense, altering it's difficulty. An [[https://​i.imgur.com/​tLCaGZQ.png|example of jumpstream]] for better understanding.
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