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10-26-2009 @ 3:56PM
Still, the same issue arises even if he could use it.Bob - Rolls on a necklace that's an bit of an upgrade. Perhaps iLevel 230 to iLevel 245. Gets a 90.Random Player - Rolls on the necklace that's a significant upgrade. Perhaps iLevel 200 to iLevel 245. Gets an 85.Bob's Wife - Rolls on the necklace that's a significant upgrade. Perhaps iLevel 219 to iLevel 245. Gets an 80.So, Bob won the roll. However, the necklace is a bigger upgrade for his wife, so he gives it to her. Meanwhile, Random Player gets screwed out of the Necklace, even though it's the biggest upgrade for him, because he assumed Bob won the roll and would be wearing the necklace. In the raids I go on, if several people roll on something, and the winner decides it's not that big of an upgrade and would benefit the others better, it goes to the SECOND highest roller. That way it's at least still reasonably fair. In cases where it's just Bob and his Wife rolling on an item, if he wants to pass the item to her, I have no issue with it. But, if there's more than just them rolling on it, this practice is little better than having 2 people roll to give one of them better odds at an item.
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