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12-27-2008 @ 12:29AM
There is a loot option that can solve it... Master Looter. If you have a class X that really wants drop Y, then tell the person you're inviting 'our X has been trying for a long time to get Y to drop, so we're running master looter and if it drops, they'll get it with no roll. Everything else is business as usual... on specs roll 1st, off specs roll 2nd, need for immediate upgrades, greed for all else.' If they aren't happy with that, you can keep looking. As long as you spell things out at the beginning, and adhere to whatever you said, I don't see a problem with adding additional loot rules.
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