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11-12-2011 @ 12:05PM
So, you won't see loot on second attempt even if you don't roll at all at first?
11-12-2011 @ 12:13PM
11-12-2011 @ 12:17PM
"IF" that's going to be the loot system come 4.3, I'd say yes then roll if its applicable to you, otherwise a lot of people will be just as frustrated if their item doesn't pop up.
11-12-2011 @ 12:45PM
The boss will only show loot for you once, regardless of whether you rolled or won anything.
11-12-2011 @ 1:26PM
Q-"another LFR clarification: do you get valor points (assuming that's what they drop...) every time you kill a boss in a week?"A-"You only get VP for clearing each wing of the Dragon Soul raid (250 VP x 2 wings of 4 bosses). Individual bosses do not grant VP."I don't think this really got to the point of the question. Can anybody who knows clarify if you get Valor for every run or just once a week?
11-12-2011 @ 1:40PM
Once/week per wing (or maybe just a flat twice a week, not positive how they're gunna work it).
11-12-2011 @ 1:48PM
Thank you :)
11-12-2011 @ 2:08PM
As far as I heard, you get valor for completing the 4 bosses.PERIOD.Not "Just the first time" not "each boss." You get Valor Points for completing the raid.Which means every time you get a wing down, boom 250 Valor.Now here's the kicker, there is a 500 pt max. So if you run the same wing twice, you cap out. You can run the other raid for loot, but will not get valor.In fact, here, let me...http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Looking+for+Raid+valor+cap+Battle.net&l=1
11-12-2011 @ 5:59PM
So given that you only see loot once, wouldn't it make sense to postpone your LFR runs until Monday night, when half the raid won't be able to roll on loot and you won't have as much competition?
11-12-2011 @ 7:15PM
@LizenzActually, it's once per week per *boss*.So, if you join a raid in progress, down the last two bosses, and later join a fresh one, you will still get loot for every boss except the last two ones.
11-12-2011 @ 9:54PM
Question for the Queue:Why on earth can we see Azeroth suspended in the sky on the courtyard of Black Temple? Are Draenor / Outland close in proximity?
11-13-2011 @ 12:55AM
@Reznarz My answer for that is that the Twisting Nether is similar to hyperspace in sci-fi. Distances traveled within the Twisting Nether equal a much large distance travelled outside the Nether. Outland, being so shattered and covered in magic litter, exists almost entierly in the Nether by this point. Physically, Outland and Azeroth are far away from each other. However, you can see Azeroth much closer while on Outland, because it's like looking through a magic-enchanced telescope at the world it is most connected to. Azeroth is in the physical plane, so you can't see Outland from Azeroth. Outland is mostly in another dimension, so general space physics and junk don't work the same way.
11-13-2011 @ 2:56PM
@ Suzaku Ironically I drew her much chubbier than most of the races in-game already appear. I've seen some MUCH better interpretations on bigger Pandaren females that I like admittedly, though this was an early drawing for me and mostly for the mount.She's actually not all that skinny at all, she's just not super round, either.
11-13-2011 @ 6:26PM
I think the thing you will start to see is people going "LFG, already did first two bosses" just to get in before someone who didn't run.
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