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11-12-2007 @ 4:22PM
Jeff Morgan: "I wish I knew what you meant when you said "loot actually means a little less now than it used to." Is it less important to people? I don't think so. Is there less status associated with loot? Perhaps. Regardless of your meaning, I can't say I think it's a great change."I took it to mean that in a 40 man raid, there are more people likely to be wanting that nice piece of loot you're after than in a 25 or 10 man raid. If you're a warrior and the uber tanking armour drops in a 40 man raid, you've probably got 5-6 other people who need it as well. In a 25 man raid, you'll have 3-4. In 10 man, there's probably only you and one other person. So the smaller the raid, the more chance you'll get what you want and the less chance of "loot drama", i.e. people having a fit because they didn't get what they wanted.
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