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9-07-2009 @ 1:16PM
We allow rolls by mainspec, and we define mainspec as what you are NORMALLY. We have a Fury Warrior who sometimes goes tank for us when our OT can't make it. She does it as a favor to us, so it's very unfair to her to force her to skip out on gear for her mainspec. When a tank item drops that neither of the tanks want, she gets priority for it over greed rolls for vendoring.
9-07-2009 @ 2:07PM
Yeah, thats how my guild handles it as well.You are allowed to roll for mainspec and win "One tier piece" and one "epic". Mainspec is, as we define it, what you are normally when raiding.IF no one rolls for mainspec, it goes down to off spec, where anyone can roll for it (that can use it of course), and is allowed to win as much of the offspec loot as they can win (though its generally encouraged not to be a loot wh**e).If neither occurs, its disenchanted. It would of been nice to know what the guild's loot rules were, as we are stuck assuming a little too much on it. What I have to say though, is that the dps warrior shouldn't of rolled on something he will only occasionally use, while the tank-turned-dps would need it. The thing about offspec is, of course anything in a current raid will be a huge upgrade. Maybe the pally was being selfish, but he still should of gotten the weapon since he was the normal tank.Of course though the reaction was far from acceptable.
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