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12-22-2010 @ 7:47AM
The materials don't specifically belong to enchanters, but the skill does - no other profession is forced to be used in such a way. Prior to the DE option most enchanters in groups (that I observed and also as my own practice) would need on blues and the final epic of heroics to DE and distribute based on a /roll - this was a courtesy, not a right (at the same time, people would greed roll on BOE items and they could do whatever they pleased with them). Enchanters have no control over who uses their skill in instances, and while it personally doesn't bother me, I think it's OK for people to take issue with it (though certainly not with claiming mass ownership on any item that can be disenchanted).
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