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2-28-2007 @ 2:27PM
most of these threads i read and just shake my head, having so much to say but never say it because of all the QQing. BUT, this one I must comment on.I am typically group leader in an instance run and as such it is my responsibility to lay down looting rules which I do before we kill even one trash mob. the rules are as follows:1. If something drops that you truly need (as in gear that you will immediately equip) then roll need whther BoP or BoE.2. If a non-gear item (i.e. gems, fel armament etc...) drops roll greed and if you have no immediate use for it other than AH pass(i.e. Crafting or rep gain etc...) if by chance everyone passes (which never happens) then we can discuss that item or all roll for it. 3. Boss Drops - pass till we decide who gets what. If I am in a PUG or have a player in the group who has been a bit off I just set to ML before downing the boss just to be safe. These rules are simple and never seem to fail unless you get a ninja in a PUG in which case you kick him/her from your group and bring in a replacement.Also if you are on an alt running a low lvl instance (VC/WC etc...) remember there could be real true noobs in your group (people who are on their first character) be patient with them and explain eveything about looting so you dont end up with a bad BoP situation.Thats it for me this timeBe nice to Noobs! :P
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