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4-20-2010 @ 6:26AM
"Just because someone has been drooling over an item for weeks does not entitle them to receive that item over anyone else." "And how do you know the guy who rolled didn't need/want it just as much? As was said in the article, just because he wasn't constantly drooling over it doesn't mean its not an upgrade for him. "Exactly. Sheer volume does not entitle you to a drop. If it did, we would have everyone constantly spamming their heart's desire to everyone in range. I find it quite distasteful as well when someone does this constantly. It may be because they want it so much that they can't control themselves, but it seems to me as if they were trying to establish ownership of it beforehand and/ or trying to guilt trip anyone else who might need it into passing to them instead (or look like a big meanyhead). Loot distribution was already based on /roll. If the letter writer wanted it to be based on sentiment/ personal opinion, then he should have set up a crooked loot council.
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