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2-27-2009 @ 12:00PM
This is more funny than frustrating, but...I ran heroic Culling of Stratholme for the first time just last night. I'd only done regular CoS once, but I was in a good group and people were willing to go.I had at least two achievements I could complete on that run -- Heroic: Culling of Stratholme and Timear Foresees -- and we were blowing through the bosses so fast that we were going to have plenty of time for the Infinite Corruptor, which would be a third achievement.We get to the Corruptor, down him with 45 seconds to spare, and we all roll on the Reins of the Bronze Drake. The hunter in the group wins the roll; I was slightly bummed as it would have been an awesome end to the run to get 3 achievements plus the drake, but as a general rule I don't stress out on gear or drops. No big deal.The hunter says on Vent "Oh geez man, I'm sorry." Others start laughing and expressing amazement. I ask him what he's talking about, then I look at the rolls for the Bronze Drake.The hunter rolled a 100. I rolled a 99.I took a screenshot to prove it because I knew no one would believe me:http://www.flickr.com/photos/25514859@N08/3313611553/
2-27-2009 @ 4:26PM
One of the players in my last guild suffered from "just-shortitis". Every time a rare or special mount dropped, he'd lose by 1. Our first successful ZA timed run - he rolls 99. I roll 100. It sucked for him, but it was kinda fair given I was the MT. =P Then Brewfest. He rolls around 90 for the Kodo. A really bad hunter rolls something like 95. You'd think it couldn't get worse, but then we get to Hallow's End, where we proceed to see the Headless Horseman's mount. He gets another 99. The only 'bad' player in the group rolls 100.
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