Etownalum wrote:What concerns me is it tells me i have 6.6% poor pets and when I click that it is showing the poor beetle even though I have an uncommon. I understand it shows all I have when I click on them, but I thought when it is determining the percent of poor pets I had it wouldn't use those poor's if i have an uncommon of that pet? I'm probably just a little dense and misunderstanding something...
Actually your example is wrong. Rarity is the first thing they look at so it would use the level 2 rare lil hoggar as your unique lil hoggar pet so it would count as a rare in your scoring and only level 2 in for levels. That is also true of the percentages as they are based on your unique pets. What is a little confusing is that the list you get when you click on your percentage isn't the list of pets used to get that value. You need to manually add duplicates, exclude to get that. For example I have 1 poor quality pet that I haven't bothered to stone or capture a better quality of. When I click the Poor link it shows me that one pet and 3 other duplicates I still have that are different breeds than the unique rares I have for those pets.
Pet score is a numerical assessment of your pet collecting efforts. Your score is primarily determined by the total number of unique pets you've collected and the quality of those pets. To a lesser extent, your pets' levels play a role. Here is the formula we use to calculate pet score:
Since pet quality (rarity) plays the biggest role in determining your score, the highest level of the highest quality pet (among duplicates) is considered your "unique" pet.
Unique pets are the ones factored into your pet stats and pet score. We prioritze pets by quality first, followed by level, and then by whether or not the pet was given a custom name:
Quality → Level → Name
For example, say you have three of the same pet: a level 23 Uncommom, a level 18 Rare and a level 21 Common named Bob. The level 18 Rare would be considered your "unique" pet because it is the one with the highest rarity (even though it also has the lowest level). This ensures you'll always get the maximum possible pet score.
The % pets shown is calculated from the pets that would give you the highest pet score, so to take an extreme example if you had a poor level 25 lil hoggar and a rare level 2 lil hoggar, the system would use the poor lil hoggar because it gives a higher pet score.
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