I'm not going to go into great detail here because I'm sure most of you know what I'm talking about.
For the past few weeks I've been back playing the game after a break in T14, I've been running LFR and Flex religiously, with the intent of gearing my priest to finish the tier before WoD. And for the past few weeks, I've gotten nothing worth mentioning whatsoever gear-wise. Last week, I cleared all 4 wings of flex and got 1 piece of gear, and that happened to be shoulders I had gotten from the week before. I got nothing from LFR. This week, I've cleared all 4 wings of flex, even coining 3 different bosses like an idiot, and the only item I got (which I called prior to even pulling the boss) was tier legs that are a downgrade from my 561's. I would say that these methods of obtaining gear just offer very little reward, but then I see these "less than decent" players running around in full flex/LFR sets and I begin to wonder, does Blizzard simply reward what is considered "casual" play? (by them, poor play by most) Or am I truly the most unlucky player in WoW. That's when I remembered something someone had stated a long time ago about loot ID's in WoW, and how certain accounts have better loot ID's than others. However, I can't fully believe that theory due to the fact that all the terrible players seem to get luckier than the decent ones who carry their asses through LFR/Flex. Anyone have any opinion's on this subject?