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2-15-2012 @ 2:12AM
"rolling need on everything you can has become the new norm. Your principles are not going to stop it rom happening, and if you are among those who won't roll that way, you are rapidly becoming the minority. So long as the current loot distribution model is maintained, these need rolls will continue. Doing it differently is going to become the "way it's done in guild runs"' and is going to be seen as quaint and, ultimately, pointless. "Sure, it won't stop it from happening, but downvoting the post indicates that not "everyone" loot whores their way through LFR and not everyone thinks the sentiment is a good one. So what if I'm in the minority that don't roll on gear I already have? I don't see that as a bad thing, principles are principles for a reason.I dont' roll on things I don't need, and I don't roll on things I already have. It didn't quite get through ot another priest who wanted to know who I was going to swap the Maw with off DW if I won it. Pointing out I already had the item and so I wouldn't be rolling didn't make sense to that player. They assumed I meant I had already set up a prior arramngement with someone else. I simply didn't roll. What need to I have to roll on an item I already have equipped? Just because "everyone else does"? That's childish and immature thinking.Rolling need on everything and then trading isn't necessary to gear up. I've managed to acquire all 5 lock tier tokens without having to be a loot whore in LFR, along with several other slots. Without rolling against my personal principles. Trying justify it as the "only way I'll ever get loot" is rubbish - once you have the item, rolling on it again is just being a jerk imo.
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