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10-27-2009 @ 1:12PM
I appear to be in a minority, but I disagree with the blog. Husband and wife Players A & B can both use an item and roll on it and Player C rolls too. Player A wins the roll.It does NOT MATTER whether the loot goes to Player A or Player B, Player C LOST THE ROLL.Everyone has a 1 in X chance of winning. Player C's chances of winning are still 1 in 3. His win chances did not change. While you may argue that Player A's chances are 2 in 3, that's only valid if you grant that Player B's chance of winning is 0 in 3.The only way this becomes unfair imo is for some reason you don't count the winner's roll if he passes the item on. But I can't picture why a raid leader that would do that.
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