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11-12-2007 @ 3:19PM
Ultimately, I think the biggest reason is that significantly less people raid the 25-man (and thus overlapping classes) instances than the 10-mans, and even then it's not a huge percentage of the players who even raid 10-mans. So, less people raiding means easier access to the weapons that do drop and in a 10-man raid you usually aren't bringing more than 2 people who would conflict on the same piece of gear anyway and a 2-person argument can usually be worked out rather easily. (unless it's a hunter who thinks everything that he can equip should go to him, but hunters these days are glad to just go... so they've learned to shut up and take the loot that really helps and pass on the stuff that only sorta helps.).probably not the best way to resolve loot drama, but I think that arenas helped to kill raids, and crappy raids (honestly, the 25-man stuff stinks) helped even more to push people away from hardcore raiding. So, less drama which is great.
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