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4-24-2008 @ 7:25PM
Saying stuff along the lines of "as long as you're not taking it from the mages or priests" is lootwhoring at its finest. I see all these discussions constantly on loot and it reminds me of the time I had a healthy discussion about a shadowpriest looting a damage robe. The mage (I was also a mage btw) was shouting and cursing...although the Spriest just had more DKP.This was in Molten Core mind you... some time back when shadowpriests were not even allowed to do anything else but level.If it's an upgrade, need. If it's not (or if it is for a spec you currently are not), greed or pass. Don't be selfish or state so at the start...
4-24-2008 @ 7:38PM
My pally still has a couple non-plate pieces (Leather shoulders and mail chest). I don't mind using them, but I try to be considerate to my group; I'll only take the non-plate healing gear if the priest/druid/shaman doesn't need it.
4-25-2008 @ 1:19AM
The spec issue is also important. Just the other day my resto shaman picked up the priest D3 pants to replace my ~65 green pants. Not only are they not itemised right for me, they have a set bonus only of use to a priest. Now, I didn't roll against a priest, but what if there had been a shadow priest there, I still would have rolled, and more than that, expected the priest not too. As I see it, if you are doing a job in a group, and something drops that will make you better at that job, you should roll. If a you have a boomkin, and the mage/lock gear that drops will make him dps better, then he should be rolling.
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