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3-28-2010 @ 10:05AM
Maybe I don't understand how this works. It seems to me that whether a roll is "greed" or disenchant" is irrelevant. What happens to the item is determined by who gets it, not by what he wants to do with it. IOW, afaik, "greed" and "disenchant" rolls have the same priority. If two people roll on something, one "greed" and one "disenchant", then whoever rolls higher gets it, and *then* it's disenchanted if that's what he selected. So who cares what other people pick? Or do I have it wrong?
3-28-2010 @ 1:35PM
Well, I suggested this less as a "Grrr, this makes me mad!" type topic, and more as a "Hey, heads up guys, you might be losing money!" type topic. Overall, I just cringe every time I see somebody disenchant the BoE OR BoP blues whose vendor value seems to outweigh the going price of shards.
3-28-2010 @ 5:40PM
Actually, it DOES matter. I have occasionally actually have run dungeons for...(*gasp*) drops. If I don't win a roll, by the time I offer to buy what dropped its already been de'd. I don't stress over it and I understand it's easier to carry a stack of shards then fill a bag with blues/greens. To be more efficient and not have to waste time de'ing on your own or ah'ing your drops is the new standard.Randoms have changed the texture of the game. Randoms are run round-robin, the new face of grinding for those who are no longer leveling. Runs for emblems for gear for runs for more emblems for more gear....for more runs
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