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10-27-2009 @ 11:25PM
On the NEED restrictions, does this mean that these people cannot roll NEED at all, say a resto shaman rolling for Leather healing gear?Or does this mean I, as a resto shaman can roll need on leather healing gear, but if a Druid rolls on it too, they have priority.?as many people have been saying, if we have to roll greed for gear like this, the people selecting to DE coudl win it and thus cannot trade the item to me.
10-27-2009 @ 11:55PM
The items are not bound for 2 hours so "in theory" they could trade it to you IF they were nice enough. And no, sorry you won't be able to need roll on leather for your shaman, you can only greed roll. That's the rules so far, but again this is the PTR so maybe it will change
10-28-2009 @ 12:20AM
okay then, so if some1 who rolls DE wins it, the tuff titties, they can't trade you the item within' the 2 hour window, the only way you're going to get gear like this is if you announce at the start of the run you want it so every1 passes if it drops, OR, if the winner only selected greed, and of course is willing to trade it to you.oh well, i'm not usually one to go below my armour proficiency, the way the game is today, there is almost always something of your armour type and 9 times out of 10, it's probably better suited to you anyway.was just curious how this would work is all, like i said, i'm not one to care much if i miss out of some leather stuff that's an upgrade at the time, i usually know what the mail piece is that's usually more appropriate for me anyway.
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