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9-30-2011 @ 6:57PM
The guild that I had, that fell apart sometime before the Firelands came out, basically had this system. We had very few people who actually shared gear, and the worst was between myself and the other hunter. We were always very good about knowing the others gear and knowing when pieces were more valuable upgrades for each of us. When it came down to something that, say, all the healers or both of us needed equally, we rolled. There was never drama.Sure, sometimes it was sad to finally down a boss and watch a PUG take a piece of loot. But the few PUGs we had tended to raid with us sometimes, and a few of them ended up joining, so it worked out.
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