As @Brobb said, this has been discussed in depth in another thread on these forums.
You are falling victim to a common problem with statistics - observer’s bias.
Brobb said it already, but I’ll re-phrase and expand on @Elpis point about how to gather non-biased statistics:
- There is only 1 person with the A+ slot, and only 4(?) or 5(?) with the A slot. The rest of the 25 or 24 members share the B and C slots.
- Every time you see someone of the 24 have better loot than the A+ or A people, it trigger’s a ‘hit’ of unfairness in your mind. But this is not a fair comparison, because although those 24 have a couple less slots than the A+, there are 24 of them who stand a chance of winning better loot. It’s not always the same guy who wins the better loot.
- So you have 24x the chance of seeing at least one of them get better loot than the A+ guy. This means you will see this regularly… probably the majority of Titans you face.
So how how do you make it a fair comparison?
As Elpis said, each player would need to record their rank with their loot. This needs to be done over a large number of Titans (at least 20 to start being worthwhile).
You then compare each player’s stats with that of the player(s) that have consistently fallen in higher bands.
You can be pretty sure that not a single one of the players in the low bands will have got better loot more times on average than the higher ones, compared player to player.
Think of it this way.: Let’s say you enter the lottery every week and you buy 5 tickets and everyone else just buys one. Every week, someone wins the lottery… and you can be sure that every week that someone is unlikely to be you. Your complaint above boils down to: The lottery is now unfair because although I have 5x more chance to win than everyone else, someone else is always getting more money than me. The system must be flawed.
I hope you see the parallel. If you don’t then I can’t help any further…