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12-14-2009 @ 9:06AM
Don't forget the +5% buff one gets from this system also a nice advantage.
12-14-2009 @ 11:13AM
"Roll need for offspec and sort it out afterwards if someone needed it for main spec. Rolling greed for offspec is too likely to result in the item getting disenchanted."Question about this. I havent played 3.3 yet and will soon but id like to know ahead of time about disenchanting rolls: Does the option to roll for DE only show up for enchanters? Can the item be DE'd even without needing an enchanter if you roll DE?
12-14-2009 @ 11:17AM
Narshe: Not to reward you for reply-hijacking, but since it is useful information:- Disenchant rolls only show up if you have an enchanter in your group with sufficient skill.- If you do have an enchanter, though, everyone in the group gets the option to DE roll.- DE rolls are given equal priority to greed rolls. The winner of the DE roll gets whatever the item would disenchant to, directly into his inventory.
12-14-2009 @ 11:19AM
@NarsheThe option to D/E roll will show up for everyone. However it will be greyd out if 1) the Item cannot be d/e (i.e Frozen Orbs) or 2) You do not have an enchanter in the party.If you have an enchanter in your group and the Item can be D/E then anyone that selects the D/E option and wins the roll will automatically have that item D/E and then the mats placed in their bag.
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