Game: wow classic.
There are raid events for 40 and 20 people in wow classic.
For raid events for 40 people, we attract the full composition of the guild and the people who are on the replacement. And for raid events for 20 people, we have to divide people to create two such raid events.
For these raid events for 40 and 20 people, DKP is calculated correctly, and attendance is displayed incorrectly. Since the system believes that these raids for 20 people are two different events during the same raid week, and people get a pass for one of them.
I propose creating the ability to make raid events parallel. For example, the ability to choose which raids should be considered the same for attendance.
Now I will try to explain in more detail.
There are various raid events in wow classic, which differ in updating and the maximum number of players.
Raid events for 40 people are updated every 7 days, and raid events for 20 people every 3 days. Suppose during one update we decided to collect 2 raid groups for a raid event for 20 people in 1 day. So that these raids go in parallel, but on the site are displayed as separate with their members, bosses killed, items.
Everything except attendance will be displayed correctly. It turns out that the total number of raids increases by 2, and people visited only 1 of each group.
I propose making it possible to combine such raid events to record attendance. That these raid events would be displayed on the site as separate raids, but for the calculation of attendance it was considered as one raid.
For example. Last week, we were able to attend a lot of people and we decided that we would have 2 raid groups for Onyxia's Lair. And this week we had enough people for only one group. For all people who participated in raid events this and last week, attendance will be calculated on 2 raids out of 3. If you combine 2 raids of Lovogov Onyxia into 1 to calculate attendance, everything will be calculated correctly, 2 raids out of 2.