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7-30-2009 @ 7:05PM
Agreed, rolling is perfectly unbiased and rewards everyone who attends that particular raid. Yes this can mean that you may lose out on a particular gear piece multiple times, but I'd much rather be losing because of bad luck then because someone else has more DKP or because the loot council doesn't think I deserve it. With /roll the only drama you can have is over who gets to roll, and that can be settled easily through clearly defined rules.To offset the problem of running streaks of badluck, my guild has adopted a loot token system. Any active raiding member can apply for a claim token on a specific gear piece. The GM and his assistant review the applications and approve where it seems fit. If you have a token, you get first dibs on that item. If there's two people with tokens on the same item, they roll against each other.Of course, the best way to avoid loot drama is to simply not tolerate it. If you can be mature about how people are getting loot, too bad, so sad, there's the gquit. We don't need your kind here.
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