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10-03-2007 @ 2:31PM
For Karazhan, we have a pretty good system. We use a 1 need, 1 greed, 1 set piece a night rule. One person could theoretically wind up with 3 epics in a night this way, but it hasn't happened in 4 months yet. :)Other then set pieces, items are looked at via class and spec so we use wow-loot.com as an impartial opinion. So for example, we down Moroes and he drops his Lucky Pocket Watch (not so lucky, huh?). We pull up wow-loot and see that it says first priority goes to feral druids, then prot warriors and prot pallys, and so on and so forth. The raid leader calles for needs on the pocket watch, no druids? Needs from prot warrios and prot pallys? No takers? Greed rolls on it? If no takers, it's sharded and sent to the guild bank.This makes it incredibly fair and there is no loot drama. Since Your class make up is a lot more limited in Karazhan then in 25-man content, you typically won't have to roll higher then 1-2 other people so DKP seems like a wasted effort.We do use traditional DKP for 25-man content.
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