Delete a raid

Mar 11, 2010 at 6:47 PM
Edited Mar 12, 2010 at 12:02 AM


How does that affect the remaining raids?  Ore are they all independent of one another?  So players are just removed and then can be re-added?

Coordinator
Mar 12, 2010 at 6:33 AM

Yes raids are independent and it just recalculates things like percentages, loot rates, etc. (you might need to restart to get some numbers right).

Deleting a raid deletes any loot that player won in the raid (unless you reassign it to another player or disenchanted first).  Deleting a raid never deletes a raider.

You can delete a raider from a particular raid via the Delete Raider button.  This just removes that raider from that raid no the whole system.

You can also mark players as "inactive" in the roster page.  This will stop them appearing in the main players list in the software or in any reports made for posting of forums.  We use this to handle players who leave the guild or quit Wow since it's easier than deleting them and having to fix old raids where they won loot (and can put them back in if they ever return).