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1-18-2009 @ 1:15PM
When I was a noob, I thought the top icon meant you were rolling to see who got it, and the coin indicated the person who needed it, so I involuntarily ninja'd some stuff before I learned what the hell i was doing.In our runs, we do master looter on blues or higher, with the policy that everyone (even the pugs) has a chance to roll (no "reserved" pieces for the guild) so long as you are rolling on something you can use (no vendoring). Things nobody can use, we shard, and at the end of the night everyone rolls, and the highest rolls (up to the number of shards collected) each get a shard. If we have no enchanter, and nobody can use it, then we "roll to vendor" with the winner getting the item.It's worked well. The PuGs have a reason to work with us, and we've found good guild members this way.
1-18-2009 @ 1:52PM
On my old server (Barthilas Pvp- US) there was a lot of drama when it came to looting items in pugs to the point where everybody will Need anything BoE like nether's and the such without communication and was really every man for himself.When I got a transfer to my current PvE server, the entire attitude was completely different. People would always greed on BoE items and people would even pass and allow others to need if it was a upgrade even in complete pug group.Hell, we even had a 25 man Naxx with a couple of people from LFG (but majority guild run) and we had people screwing about with trash and a BoE epic dropped before Masterloot was enabled when our raid leader was on a bio break and everyone humbly passed the item...I guess different servers just have different attitudes and different levels of respect towards loot rules and honest mistakes.
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