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The description is:

Zero score accepted answers: more than 10 and 25% of total.

Does that mean:

  • 25% of all answers are zero-score + accepted
  • 25% of all zero-score answers are accepted
  • 25% of all accepted answers are zero-score
  • something else?
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It means the user is a hero but no one has sung about him. Duh. – James McNellis Sep 14 '10 at 22:10
Thanks for the link, but it doesn’t actually answer the question — it has the same ambiguity as the badge description... – Timwi Sep 15 '10 at 1:44

You get the badge for having X accepted answers with a score of 0, and Y accepted answers in total, where

  1. X ≥ 10 and
  2. X/Y ≥ 0.25.

For both X and Y, "accepted answers" does not include self-accepts, deleted answers, and CW answers.

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Hang on, so self-accepts and CW answers are excluded in the Y count but included in the X count? :) – Timwi Sep 15 '10 at 1:43
'where Y is the total number of your accepted answers' does that mean of any score or only the zero-score ones? – Kelly S. French Sep 15 '10 at 15:20
I hope my edit clarifies the situation. – ЯegDwight Sep 15 '10 at 18:22

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