1) Hall of Fame; a collection of twelve different leaderboards where players and factions can measure their progress against their peers. Data stored here include your ranking for Networth, Battle Stats, Level, and many more.
|HoF faction, HoF player||
1) Refers to a top faction or player, usually one who appears in the top 20 for faction respect, or for individual player level or rank.
1) Short for honor bar, which is a type of Award given to players who achieve certain statistical or general milestones. There are various different honor bar designs designating the various types of achievements players can perform, and once unlocked, you are free to use these to display your name in Forums, on Territory Walls, and in other areas of the game including the Casino.
1) Hammerhead is the name of a race track which can be found at the Torn City Raceway.
1) Short for Hospitalized, which is when someone has been placed in the hospital due to an attacker chosing the "Hospitalize" option, or they have chosen to hospitalize themselves using an explosive device.
1) noun A veteran player with extremely high stats, typically in the region of billions.
|HJ, Happy Jump||
1) verb The use of drugs, boosters and any other items to increase your happiness at the same time as boosting your energy, in order to train as effectively as possible. iribuya's Happy Jump Visual Guide explains how this can be done, and this post can be found in the Tutorials and Guides forum.
1) noun Initialism; Home Retail Group, a company whose stock you can purchase on the Torn stock exchange.
|How to *Company Edition*||
1) adverb When someone describes a "How to *Company Edition*", they are referring to a guide which teaches you how to run said company. For example, a How to Restaurant would tell you the most efficient way to set up and direct a Restaurant company.
1) noun The amount of Happy you possess is indicated by the yellow bar in the top left corner. Happiness determines the effects of training at the gym, and crime success rate. Your happiness will restore naturally over time, but you can boost it above and beyond your limit by using candies, Erotic DVDs, and various company specials. Your maximum happiness is determined by the property in which you live. You can reduce another player's happiness by using certain items against their property (toilet roll, dog poop, stink bombs), or items against their person (horse's head, poison mistletoe).