I bought on AH 1H agility Fist Weapon 190 ilvl and could trade 2H agility polearm 184 ilvl.BUT I bought 1H strength sword 190 ilvl and coulndt trade 2H strength mace 184 ilvl
Is there anyone who hates master loot that isn't/wasn't a carry? Seems to be a universal truth that bad players love personal loot.
"You can use on your class that is soulbound to you"I don't get what this means. Are we talking about the soulbind NPC ? I'm confused.
Step in the right direction. Now hopefully they free it up so it can always be traded regardless of the situation. Not a fan of getting a high ilvl item and not being able to give it away because it is better for someone else.
the problem with master loot was DKP systems many of the middling guilds used... i remember back in wrath, the raid leader would give out all sorts of bonus DKP to people for doing stupid crap like farming herbs and stuff because they were too lazy to supply the guild with flasks themselvesmost people would just buy gold from RMT dealers, and buy herbs from the AH so they could obtain DKP that they never earned from killing bosses in raid, and then they would outbid anyone on the items they wanted in raid. I can remember several times getting into DKP bidding wars for items, and despite performing better, learning boss mechanics, etc... the raid items would go to these trash players that would pay to win, and we would never end up progressing in raid, and eventually the people who got all the good gear would stop raiding, leaving our team completely gimped with no gear.it was toxic as !@#$ and this was what happened in most mid-tier guilds. i swapped guilds several times to escape this degenerate behavior to find a guild where people were focused on clearing raid content and the raid leaders wouldn't give out bonus DKP for a bunch of random ^&*!, but i could never find one.if you were in a high end raiding guild, yea i understand most people were working together to try and progress the raid, but in a lot of lower level guilds, it was just about getting the gear and the rest of the raid team could go eat a #$%^ as far as they were concerned.