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3-24-2008 @ 3:32PM
I find a good policy to put into practice kinda encompasses all of the above. You always have to consider the following:1) What do you really need from this instance2) What kind of company do you keep? (is it a PuG, or trusted guildies? new Guildies?)3) Depending one #1 and #2, you may just have to be a jerk about the stuff you need, and just take it when it drops, without consideration for your associates.#3 seems to be the most common case for a lot of up-and-comers. Unless you have a dedicated set of guildies or friends to play with, there's gonna be someone else in your run who will need on anything that offers even a single extra point toward their gear. And you can guarantee that that guy is gonna be rolling on what you need as well. Go for the throat and hope you never see them again. Sad, eh? At least you'll have an (un)interesting story to tell your guild about that time you managed to grab a good chunk of loot away from the brink of bad-roll-death.
3-24-2008 @ 3:35PM
PS: Mike! Use WoWHead tooltip links. They're more fun :)
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