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7-29-2010 @ 5:19PM
Is there a website that mines armory data for the most popular/least popular achievements and compares it to your own achievements? Seems like it wouldn't be too complicated to have an automated "achievement suggester" that uses completion frequency as a measure for ease of attainment and suggests some low-lying achievement fruit that a character hasn't done themselves.
7-29-2010 @ 5:44PM
I know there's a website that I use for deciding which gems to cut called wowpopular, no idea if it works for achievements but worth checking out, I think it takes data from all servers.
7-29-2010 @ 5:45PM
I've been begging for someone to make a site like this for WoW: http://www.trueachievements.com/True Achievements basically does exactly what you're talking about, except for XBox. It also gives you a "true" achievement score by weighting achievements based on the percentage of people who have actually done each one.So basically, in a WoW version, the [Level 10] achievement might end up being worth 0 "true" achievement points because literally every armory-able character will have it, where as something like [The Light of Dawn] might end up being worth 500 "true" achievement points.It worked perfectly. It would even adjust as more people got achievements. So [Glory of the Hero] would have been worth a ton when Wrath released, but nowadays it wouldn't be.It would be a fun little metagame if a WoW version as made (as long as we all collectively ignored anyone trying to use it as a measurement of ePeen).
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