Discussion in 'Events' started by Evan, Nov 16, 2020.
I could only imagine how the winners were determined
It's not a secret, just no one has asked how it's done.
Maybe I will do a placeholder next year so that my chair gets more visibility.
Sure if you want visibility to normal players, but we don't vote from the thread where people submit the chairs- so it wouldn't change the outcome if you have a placeholder or not.
Well, I wish you the best of luck selling those chairs as RP. Have a Royals day.
I have a question about the voting process.
This is probably just an edge case, but how would the runner ups be determined if (for some odd reason) less than 10 people get all the votes?
For example, imagine that somehow there are only 5 chairs that actually receive votes(everyone's top 3 includes some arrangement of these 5 chairs).
Would there just be less winners?
Again, I admit that this is not likely to occur(especially since there were like 40+ different chairs to vote for this time), I'm just curious and thought I'd ask to see what you guys thought
In a situation like that, i'd suggest them to add a 4th place to their selection (worth only 1 point). that would massively decrease the odds of only 9 or less chairs getting picked. (it wont guarantee it tho, theoretically they can go up to chair number 10 and still agree with each other)
@Evan how many judges we had this year in total?
If we got less than 10 we would do another round of votes, however we have never had that happen. Even when there were considerably less staff (this was a pretty big wave of votes, I even got Chok to vote this year). I think it speaks to the amount of good chairs that there's a good spread.
I think if such a scenario do occur, we can add on voting for 4th and 5th place as well
But seriously doubt everyone will vote exactly on the same chairs lol
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