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1-25-2008 @ 9:28PM
What would be the point in having a complex, carefully tweaked and revised loot system used to distribute your drops if, in the end when the important loot drops, you go "Oh yeah, except this thing and that thing. You can't spend the points you've worked to earn on those things."If that's your preferred method of handling loot distrobution then fine, but make it consistent.
1-26-2008 @ 5:14AM
Agreed consistency is the key to any successful loot system. I remember a guild I was in, it had recently received a new GM. This was a while back and we were still farming Gruul, and we had just downed him and the Shiled dropped and so did the warrior/priest/druid legs. Ok so this is where it gets interesting: The MT was married in-game to the GM, so obviously she should suggest things to him and she asked him if she could have both items, and she had less DKP than the OT for the night, who we all knew was a much better tank and then the GM just gives the shield to the MT and then we're all like WTF?! I suspect he was about to give the MT the legs aswell, but we all threatened to /gquit if he did. After this shit like it kept happening, so I DID /gquit and soon thereafter I quit wow.
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