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10-22-2010 @ 5:32PM
Wonder if this will make the Atlasloot add-on obscure, although it'd still be handy for quick searches while outside of dungeons. Still, it's good that Blizzard is attempting to help players save even more time by doing something like this, and give them an in-game option to look up information instead of always having to go on the internet.
10-22-2010 @ 5:56PM
Atlasloot hasn't been great lately but I imagine it wont become obsolete because I get the feeling you'll only be able to look at dungeon loot for the dungeon you're in with this feature.
10-22-2010 @ 6:29PM
I suppose most people check Atlasloot when they're specific-dungeon queueing for a particular piece of gear, not while doing the dungeon (since most people are trying to finish the dungeon in record time nowadays). And thanks for subtly correcting me there. Obsolete, obscure... hate how I can type out the wrong word sometimes.
10-22-2010 @ 7:20PM
I use Atlasloot a lot for checking Emblem or PVP gear without going to the vendor. So I think it will still be useful.
10-23-2010 @ 8:33AM
Atlas loot will still be popular, and here is why. It sounds like these loot lists may not be available unless you are actively in a dungeon and checking the map. Who is gonna want to enter each instance to keep checking the gear lists? And even if these dungeon maps are accessible outside of the dungeons themselves, it's unlikely they will be as conveniant as atlas.Many people use atlas to find ALL loot, this includes items sold from vendors and faction rewards. Having every item at your fingertips in a neatly organized menus that allow you to plan your gear anywhere, anytime, is why Atlas is nice. I highly doubt whatever Blizz incorporates into their map will be this utilitarian.
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