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12-22-2010 @ 2:50PM
Landminehare - your argument is akin to saying, "Excluding any item that someone else has a legitimate reason to be rolling need on, I, as an enchanter, should have 'dibs' on everything else."It just doesn't work that way. What you can transform it into doesn't constitute greater need. Everyone has equal claim on unneeded stuff.Not to mention, everyone has equal need for their own gear to be modified by enchants. So even if we choose to take your approach, and view greeded items as useful only insomuch as they can be disenchanted, those mats are, in fact, equally needed by everyone. Whether or not you are maxed out yet in your profession isn't their fault and doesn't affect their rights.By your logic, if you were a tailor, everyone you group with would be obligated to pass you all cloth that dropped off of all mobs for the duration of the run. As said before, it just doesn't work that way.
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