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8-20-2007 @ 3:29PM
There's no question that the leader ninja'd that loot. That's pretty much the definition. Sure, there's something to be said for leading a guild that's good enough to take down A'lar, but should you expect that kind of prejudicial discretion everytime a piece of loot drops? Seems pretty cheap to me. Aside from that, he apparently got an ultra-rare item for "free". The story doesn't mention that he even paid the requisite dkp, whatever that may be, for the mount.If you use a DKP system, and a BOP drops, you use the DKP system in place for your guild to resolve ownership of that item. It's as simple as that, and there's no excuse for using any other system to do so, including arbitrarily looting the item to yourself.Honestly, after that I'd probably insist that a new guild member be put in charge of masterlooting after that point, or I'd /gquit.
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