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10-31-2009 @ 10:52AM
Meh, any system can be abused. The best solution is to know who you are grouping with. There is a guy on my server who to this day, any time he tries to put a PUG raid together, trade lights up with "IS THE DST ON RESERVE?" Just be smart about who you run with and don't freak out when rare mounts are ninja'd. Because they almost always are.As someone who runs PUG raids on occasion, I'm not to into the idea of a down rating system. I've been accused of ninja'ing (though never to myself) physical dps pvp loot to tanks, items like the satchel of spoils from Sarth (I always use a 1-25 roll because it's easier than sorting through 25 different ones), and for giving loot best suited to a certain spec over what the roll was (no, hunters, you cannot have the strength weapon, so sorry). Most people who come to my pugs leave happy, so it would be annoying to have a handful of not so bright people ruining my fun.
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