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4-30-2011 @ 10:39PM
This will be great if you are looking for a guild or keeping people from being jerks.I see some problems when it comes to gear. Myself and my guild all fall under Need v Greed. I'm sure there are other guilds/people on my server who believe in Main v. Offspec.I expect to see it much like the forums. Every so often, someone will go to General chat and mouth off how something was "stolen" from them. There'll be arguments from both sides and it'll die down until the next time someone loses a roll.Now, someone's a "ninja" or a "thief" that has done nothing but follow Blizz's rules. You know you aren't going to argue your way out of that title.
5-01-2011 @ 2:15AM
I believe your concerns are legitimate, but they don't have to be. Hopefully, since you are more likely to be matched with at least a couple people from your own server, people will be more likely to spend those few seconds at the beginning of the run to sort out the rolling rules, rather than just "gogogo."It is always good policy to sort that out, no matter who you are running with, but it doesn't happen as often as it should, as you rightly pointed out.Personally, I ask 2 questions at the beginning of every run, unless it is a pure guild run. The first: what markers does the tank use? The second: what are the rolling rules. I am often late on the first pull because of typing those out. I should probably macro them. I even ask those questions if it is 4 guildies and the 5th is a random guy, because even though I know the answer, he may be too shy to ask for fear of getting kicked by 4 others that are all in the same guild.Finally, regardless of how people answer the rules question, I find it to be good policy to ask before I need roll. Just to give people that one last chance to question it if they think I'm taking advantage.I'm hoping that with more familiar faces in the group, some of these common sense/common courtesy policies will be more...well...common. :)Sorry for the long winded reply.
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