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12-10-2010 @ 5:26PM
I thought the letter writer meant that they were rolling against people in the guild and got turned down because other people wanted the gear, not that s/he wasn't allowed to roll on loot that was going to be sharded. If guildies were rolling on loot, and the OP knew s/he wouldn't get any gear unless no one wanted it, then why roll at all? Why not wait until the RL opens rolls and if anyone else rolls, then don't bother?I wish we knew the whole story, there's a good chance "pompous and self-serving" and "don't know how to present yourself to strangers" is about more than loot rolls.
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