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11-04-2009 @ 7:40PM
The big problem with master looter is that not everyone who puts it on can be a completely trustworthy person. I have heard stories before of people really taking the time to go Master Looter, then when something -they- want shows up, but other people want as well, can simply loot it at their discretion, with no one else able to do squat about it.The only way to really combat this, and what I've found is the best solution -so far-(THough I won't hesitate to try a new method if one shows up), is to have as best a trust system as you can with people, and point out the looting rules as quick and to the point as possible. Group looting, set to uncommon, and if something big shows up, -everyone- rolls Need. Screw "I might like this, but I'll roll greed and hope no one else does", because that won't get you anywhere. Like it or not, a PuG is never pretty when dealing with rolls.
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