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I can't seem to find the page I looked at earlier today, that detailed how site rankings were worked out. I remember it said it doesn't take into account duplicates, as it counts the highest or rarest pet in your list. What I was wanting to know, when it comes to pets with multiple breeds, which breed will be counted for the ranking system? For example I have 2 x Rare Level 13 Black Rats. One is S/S the other is S/B so which would be included as part of my ranking? Actually is it really that important to have a specific breed at all. I am trying to increase my ranking by getting rid of all my poor and common pets and replacing them with u/c or rare, before I continue on my collecting journey.
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When it comes to the average level it always uses the level of your highest quality pet so if you have a level 1 rare and a level 25 uncommon it uses your level 1 rare.
[url=http://www.warcraftpets.com/help/#petscore]Here is the page[/url] detailing how scores are calculated on WarcraftPets, but Kpb321 and Azrile seem to have covered the basics. Good luck!
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Thank you! That has helped, I got a bit confused when I was upgrading pets last night because some rares that I came across that I already had at the same level showed as being an upgrade and I assumed it was because the new one was a different breed. But other than higher health shown in the journal it is hard to tell once collected which was the better pet.