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7-20-2009 @ 2:58PM
All loot council systems cause mistrust of some sort, you're never going to escape loot drama (see: Guildwatch). What has worked well for guilds I've raided with is a loot council where, rather than simply picking who gets the item, they select a pool of people who then roll for it. Generally it ends up working out that everyone feels they at least have some sort of shot at loot.There's something to be said for giving loot to your most active raiders though. Giving that awesome Hodir hard-mode staff to someone who goes inactive for months at a time will leave a sour taste in everyone's mouth. Rather than favoritism, the loot council is usually just trying to get the most benefit possible for the guild.
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