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3-12-2010 @ 1:04PM
Thanks. So. Much.Best patch change since the one where they made corpses with loot actually lay on top of corpses without loot.
3-12-2010 @ 1:13PM
I thought I had just gotten really good at clicking.
3-12-2010 @ 1:54PM
I eveyone had learned to click Need, we wouldn't have wasted those 20 minutes it took for some random programmer to make the change.Thanks guys, you ruined another chance to get the dance studio AGAIN!!!!! :(
3-12-2010 @ 2:43PM
@KyrroWOW, someone just proved this change a positive one, maybe you should have learned to tell everyone you were clicking need, which i doubt
3-12-2010 @ 2:55PM
HUZZAH. That's all I have to say- aside from the fact that I HATE HATE HATE people who take things they have no more right to than the rest of the group, it'll be nice to not have to use my "Need on the orbs" macro.
3-12-2010 @ 3:21PM
@lethian Even if I wasn't deadly serious, I believe that this change is of little importance, and really don't deserve a full article.As far as my habits for need/greed on orbs, I usually wait til last. If everyone greed, I greed too, If someone needs, I need too. And if I win that roll, I try to ask people if they want a reroll and sometimes they do, sometimes not.
3-12-2010 @ 3:34PM
Just keep yer hands off my Glyph books. I wouldn't need some tailor's or jewelcrafter's recipes, I suggest you let me learn to make the Glyphs that you want me to make.
3-12-2010 @ 4:28PM
That's actually an interesting point, most JC patterns, cooking recipes, etc. that drop in heroics are BoP and only lootable by people of sufficient skill in that profession. There's still BoE patterns, but it does seem a little weird that scribes ONLY have BoE patterns that everyone can roll on.
3-13-2010 @ 9:50AM
About the JC recipes vs Glyph books: Yes, the patterns can only be looted by JC's. Damaged Necklaces on the other hand (which I equate to the Glyph Books) are routinely taken by anyone but a JC, who has a hard enough time getting the tokens for their recipes as it is. and the glyph books have a much higher drop rate.
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