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4-21-2008 @ 4:03PM
imo, i think Blizz should introduce a whole new looting system. They should have a system that has each item, that goes to certain classes. Meaning, a mage,warlock,priest,shaman, etc, cannot pick up plate. Or a Rouege cannot pick up an axe, stuff like that. This can be changed of course, but i think this would be a very handy looting enhancement.
4-21-2008 @ 4:22PM
If you are the group leader, witch loot style to need before greed. You can only roll if you can wield it.
4-21-2008 @ 5:11PM
The loot system for professions is a bit like this now. If you aren't an enchanter, you don't even SEE the epix BoP recipe. I like that. I don't need to see or roll on an item that I can't use.If they just make some of the obvious class specific items viewable only by those classes first, it removes the chance that a mage rolls on an epic BoP Shield or something.Then again, Master Looter still works for those so inclined to use it. (At least I assume it does. I really only run with people I trust and we've never had to use it.)
4-21-2008 @ 5:29PM
I see your point, but sometimes that class doesn't need the item, then it should be FFA for dis-enchanting or selling on AH (if applicable).
4-21-2008 @ 5:49PM
I dont think master looter is reasonable, because everyone will think you are a ninja yourself. And the thing is u can be, thats why that looting makes it so everyone trusts eachother. Think of it like Paypal (odd example, i know). You dont trust the person with your credit card, and the other person doesnt trust you with their item. So-they use paypal :)thats what this is. It enables people to go by these rules to disable stupid, dumb ass, ninja rolling. With that thing on, no one can roll need, not even leader.
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