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1-26-2008 @ 6:39PM
As far as I'm concerned an enchanter should NEVER need an item they want to D/E, it's your trade, not the groups and they shouldn't have to suffer because you want to make money.
1-26-2008 @ 8:04PM
Well, No... what's better: a chance at a blue you have no use for, or a chance at a shard you have a use for?I think it's common practice to shard an item no-one wants and then do a /roll to see who gets it? Ofcourse I don't know what a shard is worth on your server... on mine they're 22 gold, no blue I've ever seen vendors for that much...
1-26-2008 @ 10:29PM
@7 Ofcourse a shard is better than vendoring a blue, but apparently you are not reading properly. If someone NEEDS the blue as an upgrade to their gear, obviously this takes priority, and also besides that, an enchanter NEVER needs on blues to D/E.
1-27-2008 @ 1:23AM
As far as I'm concerned, an enchanter should never need a blue for disenchanting, unless the rest of the group has greeded, or someone has greeded by accident, and it is decided as a group that the item is to be disenchanted.My main is a 375 enchanter. What I want to know is, did the lock keep the shards or distribute them. If he handed them out, he's just an idiot, if he kept them, just a plain old loot ninja.
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