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3-16-2008 @ 8:08AM
In the beginning of the run, we ask if there's an enchanter or "sharder" as we call them. If there is one, everybody passes loot they don't need and need what they need, and the sharder greeds. In the end of the run we share the shards either rolling for 3/4/5 best rolls get one shard or winner takes it all.
3-16-2008 @ 9:00AM
EU-Ysera, same here. If there is an enchanter, need rolls need, enchanter rolls greed, everyone else passes and we roll on shards directly or at the end of the run.It saves a lot of time on discussions and makes money, since Large Prismatic Shards are worth 25g each on the AH.Not every group I've pugged with has done it, though - if more than one person doesn't get the concept of pass-so-it-is-sharded, the run is usually doomed...
3-16-2008 @ 2:50PM
ditto...I'm an enchanter, and I insist on DEing throughout the instance then distributing based on highest roll down at the end.
3-17-2008 @ 12:03AM
On Blackhand-US it is basically the same, except enchanter rarely bother to greed and just pass by reflex, so then we have a quick question if anyone want that for an off-spec.BoE blues, epics and patterns are passed and rolled on. BoP patterns are rolled by people who can craft them now and as a secondary for people that will be able to craft them sometime. Primal Nethers are needed by crafters who can use them.
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