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8-07-2008 @ 1:46AM
"He has had an excellent attendance and has given his best using full consumables alot of the time, even on farm content throughout all of raiding from t4 to sunwell and in this respect deserves loot, especially legendaries over people who transfered to our guild after we killed pre-nerf M'uru, a fight which i might add that was very trying for our guild."Yeah, because the hunters that joined the guild were brought into Sunwell in Kara gear. They didn't put in their time working on Sunwell bosses in other places or anything.Glad to see that this guild has leaders (and a rogue) who are so concerned about the overall raid DPS. Give the hunters that bow and every kill after that one is easier.That bow is not even that great for rogues anyway. That guy just wanted to see orange.
8-07-2008 @ 1:48AM
And I REALLY hope those hunters Gquit. I would never app my hunter to a guild that did this. I hope they never have another hunter in their guild.
8-07-2008 @ 11:08PM
All I can say is 'Wow'... I'd /gquit as soon as the bow hit the rogue's inventory. I'd be pissed if a rogue ROLLED on it, let alone got it outright.It's an obvious lack of judgment case. When distributing loot, you have to be objective, not subjective. This is a hunter's bow.. period. You're basically saying "As long as I (or my close buddies) have something better, the loot is distributed fairly". Good call. Move to Cuba and enjoy a fun life run by a dictator. I pass all the time on daggers/swords that are better for rogues. Sure, I'd like to have them, but it's the rogue's main source of damage... just like a bow is a hunter's.This is one of the main reasons I don't play as much as I used to. I found one idiotic/egotistical/misplaced decision can really create a rift in relationships. Yes it's just a game, but how hard would you want to play knowing that you may not even have a chance at a drop that is rightfully yours to at least roll on. There was a real opportunity here that has come and gone... FAIL
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