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9-07-2009 @ 1:46PM
I think you misunderstood (I did at first as well).The article writer assumed that the GM was using his alt spec and that the DPS warrior (who tanked in this particular scenario) also was using his alt spec. Therefore, the DPS warrior should have gotten the piece, since it was his main spec (even though he didn't use it at the time).Loot rules in guilds should be different from those in PUGs. In PUGs, you roll on the spec you're running with, but in guilds you roll with the one you MOST OFTEN play as, since that's what benefits the guild the most. And I think that's what the article writer was implying.
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