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7-04-2011 @ 4:12PM
On my server we have got quiet a few trash runs going through Firelands.Unfortunately this has ninja-ring at a high.Warlocks complaining about the loot rules and says MS-OS-AH and then when the Tank loot drops they loot it and leave the raid and log off.So many people getting reported its shocking.I think its the ninja's that are killing the market, people know that things are being taken through those means so people aren't buying the items.I know it's a high discussion topic on my server.
7-04-2011 @ 9:59PM
Never heard of Master Looter?
7-04-2011 @ 10:07PM
You could be at least partially right, but trash runs aren't netting living embers, which is a big part of the discussion in this post.
7-05-2011 @ 3:01PM
I do not, under any circumstances, run in a pug that is free for all. No dice, I'm not going to do the work only to see the rare drop fall and then fine an f*in' DPS pally make up with my BIS Tanking plate because "I have an OS Tank" - unlike many, I don't have an OS - I am a Prot Warrior, my dual spec is a PVP flavor of prot - I love prot, and when I raid I tank, and tank alone. So for me it's double insulting when the two MS tanks don't get first dips on tanking gear that drops in a dungeon.As for the Living Ember I agree fully, the raiders aren't going to sell these, because they need them, because they're raiding. If living embers were dropping off trash that might be different, but it's not, it's Firelands Raid Content only, which means these just don't go on the AH.I've been scanning... waiting... checking... not a soul is selling them on my server (Silver Hand) more the likely for the exact reasons in the post, no one is selling because the people who CAN sell are the ones who WOULD buy.
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