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I was wondering how I get 5 stars on my profile because my previous xbox live account had 5 and when I made this one I have 3. Does it change overtime? or do people I game with somehow rate me on my player skills?
It's something I don't really look at to be honest, and it's never bothered me yet, some people like me and others don't same goes the other way, just because someone rates you badly doesn't make you bad.
what i dont understand is how the rep system works. i have had my account for 4 years and have 5 stars. yet my avoidance rate is at (the last i looked at it) 81% avoided. the main reason it is that high is because for a while all i played was the MP in COD
and played the way i wanted to play regardless of anyones opinion of what i used (i was a OMA tuber that didnt camp). when i avoided someone, it said that the review i give would NOT effect the players rep at all. so i want to know what is the point of a rep
system if the only way to effect it is by positive feedback? would it not make sense to have both positive and negative feedback effect the rep?