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3-22-2010 @ 3:36PM
I ran with a 25-man guild that was pugging through TOC. Our loot rules were pretty simple -- main spec first, off spec afterwards, and patterns go to the guild first, others afterwards. We were always very up front about it, and we never had anyone complain.I think a lot of how you deal with loot is just 'Be upfront and honest at the start -- before you're even close to getting saved'. It's sometimes hard to get the right stuff out of people beforehand, people forget, have things they don't mention, etc. but so long as the rules are clearly stated -- preferably before you start pulling or buffing -- I've found that most people are willing to deal.Selling patterns to a PUG who is rolling with you if you're not keeping them in-guild feels pretty shitty to me, though. It's clear that they were not upfront about it, and not flexible. I don't think you did wrong, but it's possible that there could have been less begrudging on both sides if they -- or you -- had brought it up earlier.
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