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10-07-2009 @ 9:59PM
I would assume that it doesn't automatically disenchant the item. Rather, it gives you a third choice for loot priority, so like:Need = want for use in a main gear setGreed = want for offspec or just for funDisenchant = want it not for use, but for disenchanting itPass = don't want it for any reason, or letting someone else have itIf it auto-DE's the item then enchanters only have the advantage of DEing their own stuff, which is still a benefit, but I don't think Blizzard would make such a drastic change...
10-07-2009 @ 10:09PM
Exactly. There's no reason to think it'll work any differently.
10-08-2009 @ 9:19AM
Agreed, I hope it works like that, but have to see how it works, but that seems lame if the game auto DE's for you.
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