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3-24-2008 @ 3:32PM
Assuming the information is accurate and the GL knew that the run was just to get a trinket for the OP, then it wasn't a ninja. As for the other two points:If the guild needed more viable tanks and the boomkin is working on feral gear for that reason, then he would have reason to claim the trinket for his (current) off-spec. One of the best ways to gear a tank is to run him in another spec along with your normal tanks so you can still have a fast, successful run while he soaks up tank drops that may otherwise be sharded.Alt or Main makes very little difference to me. I have a rogue "main" and a tankadin "alt", but I play my "alt" a heck of a lot more than my "main", and people rely on me to tank on a regular basis. Meanwhile the rogue collects dust. If someone gets their panties in a twist because I roll on something for my "alt", I'll have a wee problem with that.But those things are outlined in our guild's loot guidelines.Personally, I think whenever loot is just given to someone in a raid, you will almost always have dramas about it. The safest way is to let the dice (or DKP or some other defined set of rules) decide. If you want to have a chat before the roll, then do so. Probably in this case the bear would have been the only person rolling (assuming the presented facts are correct).
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