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2-16-2009 @ 3:27PM
I'm on a casual guild, and we pretty much have this loot system. All we do is roll for items with a master looter.. if you want the item, you roll. Simply as that. But you roll *only* if the item is for your main spec. If there are no main specs that needs it, then it goes for offspecs. If NOBODY needs it, it gets sharded. And the shards goes to the guild bank unless we have pugs, in wich case the shard gets rolled.The spec you're raiding with in that moment IS your main spec. So, if you're a DK dpsing at that moment, you'll have priority for dps gear, even if you tank most of the time. (we agree on this before a run with pugs, our guildies already know it)I really don't see how dual specs can have any impact on this. (at least for my guild).Honestly, I think sometimes full raiding guilds get too innecesarily complicated.
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