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3-16-2008 @ 1:38PM
Everybody I've seen uses the ingame roll system, and only passes if their bags are full or they feel they've been "overly lucky" thus far. Enchanters generally wait to see what everybody rolls, then ask "should I D/E?" and roll need. I try to convert my PUGs to need/pass with enchanters greeding (because it makes sense, and we don't need to discuss it every time) and everyone agrees that it's logical but I don't seem to have started a trend.People seem to have conversations before rolling need. Standard goes: "mind if I need?" and everyone else says "go for it", "need if you need." It's actually rare for more than one person to roll need, it tends to be decided (in a kinda informal no-you-take-it way) who is going to end up with the item. I (holy priest) will say something like "I could use this for my grinding set" if there is no mage/warlock or I see that they have passed, and everyone always encourages me to take it.
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