Clan score/raw score ratio question (in General)

QBsutekh137 February 17 2005 6:14 PM EST

Nomads of Valinor clan has 5 members, just like my clan.

Nomads of Valinor has a higher total PR than my clan.

Nomads of Valinor has a score/raw score ratio greater than 1.00. My clan has a ratio less than 1.00

I waited until the hourly stat refresh to look again, so I assume all stats are up to date. Why would their score/raw ratio be better than my clan? I thought that ratio depended only on clan PR and number of members? Number of members being the same, higher PR means a worse ratio, or so I thought?

AdminJonathan February 17 2005 6:34 PM EST

I believe it's based on the weighted PR, not the raw PR

QBRanger February 17 2005 7:02 PM EST

This may be a stupid question.

But what is score/raw score ratio?

I notice for my clan my raw score is higher than my score in the guild im in.

Is my score lower due to the fact were over the PR limit for the clan?

QBsutekh137 February 17 2005 8:01 PM EST

Yes, ranger. It appears the ratio is based on 2 things:

- weighted PR (not 100% sure what that means...)
- number of members

I just thought of something else...virtual PR? Perhaps my clan has more untrained experience, but what displays on the clan page is trained PR? The score/raw score ratio undoubtedly uses "virtual" PR.
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