He is counting the number of times someone is over 80% and not the average %... This is a very different number.
Yes. It is a very different number. If someone is over 80% they are performing their job for the fight and the entire raid has done the encounter well. Barring interrupts because that would not show in DPS unless the interrupt somehow made the fight longer. Only counting 80%+'s isn't really going to show you anything except that, A.) They have gone to a lot of raids, or B.) They haven't gone to a lot of raids and have just played well. That is, people lower on my list that I didn't bother to post actually have better ratios because they performed better more often for what they attended. Of course, if you missed some raids, your ratio automatically went down a bit on my list because I wasn't too keen on finding out anyone's particular performance
as people seem to be thinking but more their reliability
. That is, if you were 'reliable' enough to at least
do 80% at the end of the 4.1 tier while
being at the majority of the raids, the chances are you're on the first page. Well, if your guild was raiding a lot. There are numerous good players who aren't on that just because of their attendance or lack of WoL.
Also, Thatius, Pv, I didn't count any tanks because judging tanks by WoL dps % limit isn't the best way to judge a tank. Or offtank. So if the class said Protection or Feral/Bear chances are I don't know your name since I skipped right over it without registering it to memory. I did write them down, though! And then I would be like, is this a tank? Or is this not a tank? And sometimes they would be a tank and sometimes they wouldn't be a tank, and I'd be all, so are they the offtank, or are they some poor sap? It was all very confusing for someone of such low intellectual wit as myself.
However, anyway, they're also very similar numbers. The average % of all your %'s is going to include every time someone is over 80% and below, then divide them by how many raids they were present at. What you get from that number is knowing how many times they, personally, get over 80% when they are actually there. So, basically, for someone to be below
70%, they are not carrying their weight the majority of the time present. That's just what it says. I wasn't interested in how any one individual person was playing so much as taking individuals and comparing them to how many bosses their guild
had done. My number is high because LtoW has been clearing more bosses the past month while other guilds were working on hardmodes and clearing up to 10-20 less bosses. My ratio, however, is that good because I was at most of the raids and
doing 80% more than 70% of the time. Actually, I was extremely disappointed to see myself on the top even for ratio and thought on numerous occasions to take it off. But then I figured I wouldn't get people like Thatius in my thread so I let it be. Unfortunately, since it's done on boss kills,
someone who missed a clear night would have a disadvantage for their ratio. But it was still of interest to me because my list was including average attendance factors.
You guys are complaining that I didn't make a list about the guilds on both alliance and horde accurate enough because I didn't do averages for every individual person only for the raids they were present at for all their %'s. You realize this? Tell you what -- YOU can do that. By all means. I'm not going to do that. I did that for my guild and then I did what I did here for my guild and I decided to see if my expectations were set too high by doing it for the rest of the server. Of course, my expectations weren't too high because I'm just such a nice guy but there were some surprises. Those surprises are why there are 10's and 25's and normals and heroics. Maybe I'm the only person in existence who knows what a reliable individual is. Sure, maybe some of those 10 man normal people who were getting 80s actually suck at mechanics and would stand in Maloriaks black sludge of doom. I can't tell you that and you can't tell me that through their WoL. Or maybe you can, if you take the time to go through their survivability and cause of deaths.
Here's my numbers, Ora, though I don't know of what use they will be to you.