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8-19-2009 @ 1:03PM
with the new patch, and the ability of trading for 2 hours, all my groups just greed and at the end the someone with enchanting will DE it(and if you like receive a small tip)
8-19-2009 @ 1:11PM
8-19-2009 @ 1:31PM
I use this method too. It's easier for everyone, and there are no wrong 'needs' from the enchanter.
8-19-2009 @ 2:15PM
I couldn't agree more!I use this system when we run... it is essentially rolling for the crystals beforehand.Any other system has too many problems like what happens when someone leaves early etc.Plus it finally gives the Enchanter some kick backs (a voluntery tip) if they didn't win an item. I always felt that the other ways were too unfair for Enchanters. While I understood the reasoning and with the previous game mechanics it needed to be done that way, still things didn't seem fair. Being able to trade and tip for DEs really is more fair and solves a lot of problems.
8-19-2009 @ 2:40PM
Thumbs up. I've been thinking about this. Everyone needs or greeds, and I'll DE for you at the end, if you wish.
8-19-2009 @ 2:55PM
The *only* potential problem with this is the situation where one person wins 2-3 of the rolls while someone else wins none. I prefer the system where everyone rolls at the end and "top X get shards." Granted, both methods are "fair," but the second one is much less likely to leave a bad taste in the mouth.This is for BoPs, of course.
8-19-2009 @ 3:48PM
Vanessa Sellers has quite a pair in that picture up top.
8-20-2009 @ 5:21AM
The only time I've been in a group when I wasn't instictively expected to de all unwanted BoP's and /roll at the end was when there was another enchanter in the group. I guess I don't pug half as much as I could though, guildees for the win.It was how things were done 4 years ago and it still makes sense now. With the new trading of bop items I can see how times might change but it still seems quicker the old fashioned way.
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