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12-15-2009 @ 10:59PM
Three days farming.I watched the entire Lord of the Rings Trilogy (extended) all the way through.I watched several other movies while farming.I gained about 5000g.The hilt never dropped.I tested my "grinding muscles" more thoroughly than I ever have.....blllIIIIZZAAAAAARRRD!!I knew this was coming, and it's just bad luck, but I have this sinking feeling that the first time I see it, the clueless, blue-geared DK who can't spell, who probably wound up in the LFG thing by accident, and is cranking out 800 DPS is going to win out over me.'Twas nice while it lasted. This is an appropriate change.
12-16-2009 @ 12:25AM
"I knew this was coming, and it's just bad luck, but I have this sinking feeling that the first time I see it, the clueless, blue-geared DK who can't spell, who probably wound up in the LFG thing by accident, and is cranking out 800 DPS is going to win out over me."So what? Do you deserve it more than me?
12-16-2009 @ 12:57AM
Yes, he does.
12-16-2009 @ 1:06AM
12-16-2009 @ 10:41AM
Technically and to be rather cold about it, "No."Everyone has a fair chance to roll on it despite the time invested by any single player as the team worked together in that run and it's open to those that could use it. It might not seem right to you because you invested the time to farm for it, but it's not right either to validate your own sense of entitlement over other people simply because YOU believe you are owed it - the other player could turn around and say the same thing - it then becomes a lot of he said, she said crap. The way I see it: It drops, everyone rolls, (and assuming everyone honestly didn't have one yet) the winner walks away with it while everyone else grumbles or wishes him/her well.
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