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10-03-2007 @ 2:23PM
My guild using Suicide Kings DKP. We add new attendees to the raids at the bottom of the list, then you work your way up. Once you win a loot, you are "suicided" back to the bottom of the list. We also run separate lists in regards to patterns and whatnot for the enchanting recipes/leatherworking/tailoring stuff. The suicide pattern is nice, because you don't get dinged for attendance--you just hold your place on the list (and move up as other guildmates are "suicided.").If attendance was figured in on DKP, I'd probably be hosed. My guild does casual raiding, but sometimes I just can't make some of our 25-mans, or, we have a scenario like we did last night: too many DPS showed up for SSC and Gruuls. A number of us left the raid party (for various reasons) to get the number back down to 25. I wouldn't want to get dinged because I gave up my spot to another guildmate.We only use DKP in the 25-mans right now. The raid leader on our Kara runs controls who gets the loot. Basically a "if you want it, /w me." Then he decides which classes are most deserving (ex: that's more druid than rogue, so he tells the rogue his logic behind not letting him have the loot), and tells the agreed upon classes/guildmates to roll. Highest roll wins.Seems to be working well for us :)
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