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7-19-2010 @ 2:05AM
I think someone already answered this, but people have streaks of luck. It's very easy to lose every roll for a month and get very sick of it. I once called a coin flip wrong 11 times in a row. It happens. Often there's only 1 item I want to roll on every WEEK. Going 2 months losing rolls starts to suck. Especially if someone else goes 4 weeks winning most of them.The argument being, how is it fair that she got 5 upgrades and I only got 0.But if you start saying "well, ok, then we spread it out" - you're starting to either do loot council "don't be a jerk" or using some kind of currency :-) [to track if someone lost every single roll for a month].
7-19-2010 @ 11:54AM
Theres also the RNG of drop rates to further curse your existence. During all the months of raiding ToC25 every week, I saw Reign of the Dead drop once and it went to our top Mage (that's fine, he deserved it). SIX MONTHS later it dropped three times in a row and went to alts and off-specs despite everyone in the guild knowing It had my name on it because I decided to take a couple weeks off and recouperate. 5.9K GS warlock and I had to mainspec on Illustration of the Dragon Soul during a Drake run three weeks ago because I was still using a trinket from normal ToC 5. The only reason I even bring my warlock to ICC 25 anymore is for trinkets and the stupid things never bloody drop.
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