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5-11-2009 @ 1:33PM
I hate to say it, but ugh. Of course there will be drama here, all three of you wanted the item, nothing was set it in stone in terms of loot rules... so backstepping after the fact came off as you justifying keeping what everyone wants. Maybe you earned it, but obviously you're gonna be bias as it is your opinion and we don't have access to what the other healers were saying. Maybe they feel they do better healing, they probably don't, but maybe they feel that doing the harder work gets them jack so why bother healing for people who just keep the good loot. Again this is me rambling and in no way trying to justify them refusing to heal, but since we don't know their side of the story.. I'm theorizing.But yeah, I can understand why the healers would be pissed off. Look outside the box: "Officer gets precedence over them just because he can." Sad thing is whether you deserve it or not, special items like that are zealously sought out by everyone. Should have left it to a vote if you could take it or if it should be allowed to give other healers a fair chance at something they helped you kill. I still remember being forced to pass on on that legendary drop for part of the hammer in MC - when that stuff was actually worth something. I was a paladin, I could use it... but the officers wanted someone who could get "BETTER" use out of it. I was raiding full time with that guild and paladins were listed as people who could use the weapon- (in fact another paladin got it - the pally lead who btw I did most of his work for since he couldn't show up for half the raids -_-). I got screwed out of that weapon just because some other officer wanted it - the same idea could be looked at here.
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