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12-17-2009 @ 10:26AM
@ Cale1) too long a post mate- plz summarise more2) My alt - a tank called Kurick on Dragonblight EU got Dungeon master last night - after tanking ICC - from the random - achievement do not say it all. Also if i do the fights/achievements on my main - they wont show on other toons - so even tho ive got about 7.5k achievements on my main and i am quite experienced at most of the game, my alt shows as a newby. Bang goes the checking achievements addon. You just rejected a very proficent pally tank - who tanks a heroic (trying to beat the 15 min debuff from LFG) in about 15-20 mins - for a nub DK whos pissed about more.3) I have noted many objections to the loot system. My belief is it needs more options - need, need os, greed and de (and pass ofc).4) As a enchanter - i can only say at least it has its up side......(joke) more mats are now being produced than ever before. Mat prices are falling tho the floor (and ive yet to decide if its good or bad - but either way its staying i know).The new system has devalued the enchanting proffesion imo, even tho i would never have NOT d/e'd i dont like it as it takes away my involvement totally. Personally ive never made any money from D/E and always offer it free (even when approched by a stranger in Dal), but its more the principle in my case. Before at least i got thanked for a service - now ill get abuse if i even comment about it. Plus with the new loot system causes more problems for o/s. Before i used to shard at the end n hand out to roll winners. If someone decided that drop was good for their o/s - they got the item back straight away. Now if you misclick or lose a greed roll, BANG its gone, never to return (til next drop at least). Makes for quicker runs? Yes. Makes for happier people? Not really. Esp when that lucky lock keeps winning all the mats.
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