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2-16-2009 @ 1:16PM
DKP stuff makes it more complicated. Our guild uses the main spec gets first dibs then off specs get to roll. Dual specs would make no difference. If you are spec'd healy/dps and you are in the raid in a DPS role, you get to roll on dps gear. We recently changed it to fights from raid. So if we need an extra healer for a fight and someone swaps spec, for loot that drops that fight they would get first dibs on healy stuff. Then again we never had loot drama since we are adults and know how to play nice with each other.
2-16-2009 @ 1:19PM
"we are adults and know how to play nice with each other. "That .... is the best looting system.
2-16-2009 @ 3:09PM
"If you are spec'd healy/dps and you are in the raid in a DPS role, you get to roll on dps gear. " 1) If you almost never dps, but are doing it that week because someone was unable to make it... is that fair to the person who's in a dps role week after week? And is it the best thing for the raid? 2) What if you spec dps for one fight in the raid (remember, you can switch on the fly with a summonable Lexicon)? Do you get to roll on dps gear from t hat fight even though you're going to respec to heals for the rest of the raid? Yes, being adult is the best thing.... but ideally you have a set of rules for dealing with things like the above so that it's not only adult, but fair and consistent vs someone taking a bullet so as not to cause drama.
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