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3-22-2010 @ 2:20PM
Easiest way to address this when advertising a raid or asking puggers to join is to indicate up front that "x" piece of loot is "on reserve." This works best when it's very limited and not something that everyone obviously would like a stab at, like Death's Verdict.
3-23-2010 @ 7:38AM
I would not, and never have, ever ran in ANY pug where they did this (imho) unfair practice. No loot should be reserved - id rather not go if someone trys that. If you are part of the raid and doing your job you should have a chance at the loot. Simple.
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