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12-11-2009 @ 4:17PM
It's an easy thing to do now that random heroics are in place. All you need is a system similar to Xbox Live where you can Prefer or Avoid a player. Throw in a third 'Neutral' option, and a dialogue box that pops up at the end of your heroic with 3 radio buttons for each member, and bam, instant ratings system: Prefer is +1, Neutral is 0, Avoid is -1. Divide it by total random heroics run and you're golden. It'd take 10 seconds at the end of the run to rate your fellow party-members.Naturally it can be manipulated, but any ratings system can, and there's much less incentive to downrate random people that you'll probably never see again.
12-11-2009 @ 10:26PM
Yeah, I played Maplestory for a short while and they have a 'fame' thing. You can add or subtract 1 point of fame per day from another character. That means you couldn't be an ass and defame everyone- just one person a day. This would (hopefully) keep people from defaming those that don't really deserve it, they just screwed up once or twice, and defame those that were awful and fame those that were amazing.
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