Ok, after having heard from the community, I will keep some version of the Encyclopedia going. It does sound like it is still providing value to folks. I've updated the link in the OP. Instead of being an Excel file (which never worked on mobile), the updated edition uses Google Sheets, which should hopefully help more folks be able to access the info.
If you get an access denied error, just click the button to request to be added to the list. I will aim to process requests within a day or two.
One other change: In order to better recognize those individuals who've chosen to support the maintenance and/or continued development of this and other ROOT tools, there are now TWO versions of the encyclopedia. The one, here, which will continue to be open to everyone but which I'll only update every couple of days, and another version that will be given to supporters as a "thank you" that will be updated more frequently.
If you'd like to support this and other tools and/or join our Slack chat, you can find out how via a button added to the ROOT ONLINE TOOLS site. If you do not want to or are unable to, that's ok too. This version will still stay around.
Just a reminder to those who've inquired -- yes, this sheet still is maintained. But as noted above, the community edition won't be updated as frequently. In order to recognize our supporters, the earliest new content info goes to them first. If you're interested in becoming a supporter, use the link above to learn how! And if that's not your thing, rest assured the info will be available here too, just a tad delayed
Does the encyclopedia have pull rates for sets? I can't find it, but I thought that info was in the previous version of the spreadsheet.
In particular, I'm curious if the " play of the year" set completion from 100 badges has uniform odds for each play, or if some of those plays are rarer than others. That knowledge would really help me decide if I should go ahead and cash in 10 plays to get a random player, or wait until I get one of each and be able to select the player. Thanks!