Feb 21st 2009 4:21PM Your explanation is brilliant! Too bad very few people will take the time to read and understand it.
Feb 21st 2009 2:19PM Mike, I don't think you thought this through. How about a follow up post based on reader comments?
Feb 21st 2009 2:18PM Exactly. An enchanter has the same chance to win shards whether the party rolls on shards or if the enchanter tries to win greed rolls and DE them later!
Feb 21st 2009 2:14PM How is this different from DEing and then rolling on a shard?
The enchanter in either case has to win the roll to get the item/shard. Only difference is if you DE then the winner gets an item of higher value that cost you mere seconds to create.
Feb 21st 2009 2:11PM Not this argument again! DE is not a gathering skill.
First, the disenchantable loot that drops does not automatically belong to the enchanter. He has to win it with a roll.
So the entire party rolls on it and whomever gets it vendors it for a few gold.
By providing a DE service that takes mere seconds and costs nothing, you are simply increasing the value of the item that is being rolled on.
You are not losing anything except maybe a few seconds of your time.
Feb 20th 2009 11:49PM ^ This!
I'm also glad that the rogue dominance has finally ended after like 4 years.
Feb 19th 2009 11:27PM Like we have something more important to talk about in trade chat.
Feb 18th 2009 2:17AM Fleshhunter on Deathwing US PvP ninjaed the Grand Black War Mammoth and then said it should go to him since he put the PUG together. What logic!
Feb 6th 2009 12:33AM The same thing happened on my server. Eerie!