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8-19-2009 @ 1:20PM
I'm a resto druid and enchanter. With regular TOC being such a farmable event, I get invited more to shard than to heal. It takes about 20 minutes from boss kill to boss kill and two hours of farming it will net a group about six abyss crystals each. I find the best sharding practice to simply run with a regular group. BUT if you have to pug something I find it best to offer to shard and offer to roll for shards at the end. The best advice here is to simply discuss it with the group for two minutes before. I've had people who really needed dust and have asked the group if they could take the greens and have me DE it. Most of the time people are pretty cool about it. If I had to standardize the sharding process I would say to find out if there is an enchanter. If there is, then enchanter greeds everything, and you only Need if it is an upgrade to a main or off set. Unless you have a new 80 running, you won't have to many "Needs" in the group. At the end, depending on what the enchanter has, the enchanter sets the roll peramiters. ie.. Last nights TOC farm netted three stacks of six abyss crystals, and two stacks of five. Three people Needed gear. That left two of us getting a 6 Stack, and the three than needed gear rolling for the other 6 Stack and the last two getting a 5 Stack. It was the farest option I could come up with and everyone went home happy.
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