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BfA has made personal loot the only option for raiding. We opted to use a wait and see approach for personal loot, and allow for free rolls on any extra items. At this point, we believe that this isn’t a good fit for our guild. HoZ has historically looked at attendance as the main factor of determining where loot goes. In order for us to succeed as a guild, we need to have a reward based system to encourage participation and attendance.
Currently when you go into a raid, you can have 3 (and sometimes more) chances at loot on a boss. All of these options are RNG based as follows:
The officers and I will be working on a hybrid option of loot going forward. We will be using a Loot Council style of loot tempered with EPGP(or some other form of attendance tracking). It will give our guild the ability to determine where “unneeded” loot will go. The largest benefits are:
What we don’t want to see is someone coming once a month and being able to win everything based on personal luck. That doesn’t help the raid team progress.
We will be doing some initial testing of these addons. At this point, please download EPGP (DKP reloaded). We will be adjusting people’s points based on their attendance to date. Policy for this will be drafted and posted to the website prior to the official launch.
Please reach out if you have any questions.
As promised, here's the next blog post for House of Zug. This one is a biggie: We're going to streamline loot during raids by using a new addon, PersoLootRoll. A few members have been testing it behind the scenes, and it's much faster to use than the current "Who needs this cloak, roll" method that's been happening currently. The website linked explains everything much better than we could attempt to, and for this week we're wanting to see how things happen organically. The plan is to help cut down on the time between bosses where people are trying to call out loot, roll, and trade items into a simple need/greed/pass system that happens more behind the scenes and lets the raid flow much more efficiently. If you have any questions, contact an officer and we'll try to make sense of it the best we can. See you at raid Zuggies!
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