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8-20-2007 @ 3:40PM
This is a tough call, but depends on the 'spirit' of the raid in my opinion. I know back in the day if my GL was in the raid with me and the ZG mount dropped, we would have all expected him to take it as thanks for his work getting us together and into the instance, as it was moving mountains. Even if the raid was somewhat vocal about him getting it, let him say "everone random it' and let everyone pass to show that they really want him to have it. A guild chat full of Pass sends a much stronger message of solidarity and collective opinion than a GM taking it himself. Kind of shows your true colors if you create the trust/atmosphere, and then find out if 'everyone' feels that way. As an example on a much smaller level, if we have a PUG person added to Kara for some reason, say to help us finish if someone had to log at end time, we offer the opportunity to random anything we DE. If they say, yeah, we all roll, but we have yet to have anyone say so, so instead it goes to the guild bank. Us offering often creates the positive atmosphere that prompts them to respect the unity of the guild they joined and send it to the bank - but if they aren't comfortable we respect that, because you can't get mad at the random command, only at people.
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