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8-25-2009 @ 10:55AM
I start by saying I can DE and I'll greed everything, while everyone else needs if they need or passes it. We don't have too many arguments over mainset/offset and if we do the new loot system helps. When I finish a dungeon I don't say anything about the shards. If no one brings it up I keep them and/or throw them in the guild bank. I know it's kind of sneaky. If anyone says anything I give em up and we roll on them.
8-19-2009 @ 1:59PM
I've had dungeon runs like this. We would agree to let the enchanter DE the loot and roll at the end. Only the DE rolls never happen. They hearth out.I always assumed it was an honest mistake. I only hope you're the exception, and not the rule.
8-19-2009 @ 2:05PM
I think it's the exception. If anyone says something, I'll give em up but most people don't say anything.
8-19-2009 @ 3:42PM
It's the rule. Thats what I do, even in guild runs. If no one asks about the shards, I keep them. They are my gathering profession mats. For PUGs, I'll often say "I can DE things no one needs" and I specifically never say "to roll on at the end". I don't demand their leather when they skin the mobs we kill, nor their ore when they tap nodes in General Vezax's room, nor their engineering mats when we kill mechanical units. If I don't like the PUGs, even if they want to roll on them at the end, I'll point out that I never said we would be rolling on them, just that I could disenchant them.My profession, my stuff.
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