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5-14-2010 @ 3:34PM
We use a system that favors the PUGs. If there is any non-guild interest in an item, then the number of non-guildies plus the number of people bidding on an item are summed up, then we roll a /random 1-X number. For example.Loot drops, 2 PUGs want it, 3 guildies want it. A /random 1-5 is rolled. If it's 1 or 2 one of the PUGs get it. If not then the person with the highest bid gets it. There are some other intricacies like number of items that can be won and off-spec rolling but you can fill in the blanks to suit your guild.Some items are off-limits, like marks and primordial saronite, but it's relatively fair. If some guild members express aggravation, remind them that you need to recruit and PUGs are some of the best ways to find out if someone is a good fit for your guild. If you find an excellent player but piss them off during loot distribution, you're not going to easily recruit them.
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