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10-03-2007 @ 2:31PM
Raiding leads to drama most of the time... well not raiding itself but loot distribution...When I ran raids I decided who got what and when. I did prioritize our MT and MH when it came to gear for tanking/healing BUT if it helped OT or OH a lot more they would get it. If it helped no one then some random guy would get it or it would be dusted.As far as all the DPS classes go I would know prior to going into a raid what everyone wore during the raid and I would give it to the person that would benefit the most because of the new item. I didn't have stupid strong mages that got 5 pieces of loot and a lock that got 1 if he was lucky it was evenly distributed. The only way someone got more than 1 piece of loot was if the other people either didn't want it whatsoever or if everyone had it.I ran that bitch and we went rather far for the available instance we could run (basically was just MC/Ony/BWL on clear), due to them being the only raids we had at the time.Then I got sick of raiding and passed the torch. The guild still exists and is going to the Eye from what I hear. Loot is still done in the same fashion. If you didn't like the loot system you left or got kicked. Loot was distributed for the betterment of the raiding core (70 man guild 40 core raiders).It was a dictatorship and it worked for the people in the guild. Also... I frequently ended up screwing myself out of loot just so you all know that I wasn't trying to gear myself over all else.
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