Lukov wrote:paggasquid wrote:True pickle wrote:Depends, in alliance every heal would be welcome. If your out of alliance it depends if certain other druids are there who want to hoard items, they like to minimize their competing players as much as possible
I can guarentee non-alliance druids supply every druid with quest armour and equipment that theyre able to spare. Ask your bud jaylon about his druid. Oh wait. Randall, ask basically any druid whether theyve recieved help for a drop or armour piece. Also selling items also is something called economy, something that doesnt exactly happen well when drops arent for people to keep. Mizza dont attack a way of thinking because its different to yours.
And for one vult and people within your clan developped the level requirement rules of mordy, sorry kiddo, we're not the one minimizing competition, just enforcing rules
You may luk, but not everyone does that anymore. People bend and twist their rules to their own advantage and certain players only try to fill their backpacks.
What good is it to win an item you don't need? What's better? Getting the drops you need or rarely getting the drop you need so you end up sellling them.
I am not attacking anyone. I am just stating my observations. For example: according to lugh rules no person could win two drops at the same fight. All of a sudden a certain player wins two drops? How is this enforcing the rules?
That rule was a must back in the days with open rolls. How would you have liked it if someone brings an army of level 1 toons and wins a godly drop with those? This rule was to prevent unfairness. That requirement was not there just for the sake of excluding people.
Lets put this into perspective, we were getting drops such as yellow and blue, players of these classes rarely turned up to fights, and were still getting geared. Players saw this unfair, that they do all the camping and have to gear a player who doesnt event show him/herself. So we started handing quest drops to players that needed
No end game drop went directly to the same player, rumours and conspiracies aside. And the people i saw bend rules seemed to be in a clan that opposes the rules themself... There are 2 sides to every story.