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7-17-2008 @ 3:55AM
Any class that can use the item has just as much right to it as you do. What they want to use it for is none of your business.
7-17-2008 @ 6:20AM
This kind of attitude is exactly why you'll never see past the front door of Karazhan.'but why was i ninjaing when i rolled on the healer cloak? it has +spelldmg on it so its perfect for mages, amirite? dont tell me what to do, it's my business to determine what i wanna do with an item!'
7-17-2008 @ 11:54AM
Sorry to disappoint you, but I am well past Karazhan. Obviously, a guild will have its own rules about loot distribution, but that's not what we're talking about. The example we are talking about is with a PUG. In a PUG, everyone worked just as hard as you to earn the loot, and has every right to it. It is certainly impolite to roll for an item you don't need, but for all we know, that "huntard" in the example has been running the instance over and over looking for that specific drop. Whether or not you think he should use it is none of your business.The definition of "ninja" in this game is someone who got something that you wanted for yourself. Boohoo.
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