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2-20-2010 @ 3:19AM
Get used to rolling Need on Frozen Orbs everyone!I know most in my battleground have been rolling Greed, but I'd be surprised if this doesn't change with this announcement.
2-20-2010 @ 3:35AM
I always wait till I'm the last one to roll on the Orb, just in case someone rolls need, so I roll need too (otherwise I greed).But if people start needing this outright, well, I will too. As a 450 Miner/JC, I can make good use of them... especially with the removal of the CD on Titansteel.
2-20-2010 @ 3:40AM
aww but i just got used to rolling greed way to change the rules again guys.
2-20-2010 @ 10:41AM
Need or Greed has nothing to do with the worth of the item. Just because an orb used to be worth 5g and now is worth 20g does not mean you need it. Do not try to use the argument "If everyone rolls need then nobody can ninja." That would mean you condone rolling need on every item for which you can roll need. You roll need if you are going to equip the item, and you roll greed if you are not. Don't try to break the system.
2-20-2010 @ 11:16AM
@Puntable Rolling need on orbs exactly removes all ninja-ing. Orbs are not gear, so equating them is bullshit. Everyone on my battlegroup needs, and that works fine.
3-23-2010 @ 10:28AM
The patch should make it an automatic Greed roll for everyone.WryxianNo, you won't be able to exchange Frozen Orbs for Emblems of Frost. Yeah it just takes one person to press Need after everyone's pressed Greed on the Frozen Orbs and you miss out. But the good news is that in patch 3.3.3 this won't be the case anymore -- the roll for Frozen Orbs will be an automatic Greed roll. Rejoice!
3-24-2010 @ 11:28AM
Maybe not. I was in one last night and although I did not hit need it still looked like the option was still there.
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