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3-22-2010 @ 5:03PM
I stay unguilded because I hate loot drama, and all the crap that goes along with it. I will probably never see LK, but I've gotten to Sind in a pug (Its freaky its that easy...)Loot caps are a bad idea.If there is a loot cap, lets say 1 Piece main spec. You recruit my DK to tank. I win Bryntoll (I wish... lost rolls on that 6 times now :( ) right off the bat.Why would I hang around after that? Yes, there is gear I need, but if I can't win it, why would I stay? Because I want to be nice and boost people? No thanks. Need badges? Kinda... but the average rate I get them in pugs in a bit lackluster sometimes.So ya. I'm a jerk. I'll drop group. Or feign a DC in trash so its not as obvious.The easiest way is just to use a /roll.Yes, some guy might get 3 things, and another guy none, but over time, odds are that it will all work out fairly. The guy who got 0 items last time, might be the one to get 3 the next time./roll is a good way to keep pugs in.Reserved loot, loot caps, wierd priority systems, those are all ways to ensure you spend more time looking for members than actually downing bosses.I will add, 1 exception is if I am looking to just see content. I will probably join a raid at some point to see LK, where I offer to pass on all loot, just because I want to get to do it once before cata. Just keep in mind, pugs are there for the loot. Not because they care about you. Not because they want to help you. We are here for the loot. Plan accordingly, and things will go well.
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