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9-30-2011 @ 8:16PM
Our guild leader through BC and Wrath always seemed to know everybody's gear situation and was very fair about raid drops (He had an uncanny knack for knowing when a player hadn't received an upgrade in a while). Granted, we ran pretty much pure guild raids only, so drama was low, but loot distribution usually went like this: "Link what you're replacing." Those interested in the item would show what they currently have, then we'd see "[Name] receives [item]" and everybody would congratulate the recipient.Sure, there were times when the decision took a minute or two, but that was usually when he was consulting the rest of the officers for input. I really enjoyed this relaxed approach - Near-zero drama for years.
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