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6-19-2008 @ 3:00PM
"The player must have a Personal Rating that is not more than 100 points lower than the Team Rating (your Personal Rating may be higher, however)."Maybe some can explain this to me. I get the difference between personal and team ratings, but this happened in my guild last week.A member started a new team, he and a rogue. Brand new team. Both of them started at 1500 PR and 1500 TR. Yet after the week, this is what it looked like:http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m195/Full_Master2/1850.pngFor anyone who doesn't want to look at a picture, they got to 1907 TR, 57 wins, 35 losses.But its their personal ratings that bothered me. They were the only ones on the team, and they played the games all at once. Yet their personal ratings were 1856.Should it not be the same as their team rating? If it is, why did this happen? And if its not, why does that make sense?
6-19-2008 @ 3:20PM
That is a great question.. I hope someone answers it, cuz I wanna know too. :D
6-19-2008 @ 4:16PM
Is personal rating not based on other teams you are a part of as well? Both of those players are on other "active" arena teams that could be dragging their personal rating down.
6-19-2008 @ 4:26PM
I cant imagine my horrible 2v2 is effecting my PR in my mediocre 5v5, if thats what you are saying. If that is true, that is completely retarded.
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