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11-23-2009 @ 12:27PM
I think the rating system could work but to prevent trolls and ninjas ranking eachother up, it would be smart to limit it to cross-server players being able to rate you. I.e. Your guildie couldn't rate you up or down and the troll from your server that you hate couldn't rate you either. There would still be some fault to the system but it would eliminate most grudges and such.Keeping stats on people would be a good idea too but I don't think avg time/run etc. would be accurate measures. Blizzard integrated an Omen-like feature into WoW, why not integrate a Recount-like feature? It could keep stats like average tps, dps, and hps for certain players (and possibly just tracked for bosses). Of course this would have to have a limit also like only keeping track of the last 15 runs or so to try and throw out leveling/gear change effects.
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