Ends with everyone forgetting Grom was a badguy and not even bringing up his crimes as he cheers with the alliance and horde forces that we are all finally free. Yrell tells Khadgar if he ever needs help to come talk to them, after which he turns into a raven in a hommage to Medivh and flies off, and then she quotes her love's famous "We are all one in the light." line while standing next to the guy who ordered his death and murdered her sister. Cue ewok singing and dancing-Anonymous
I have done 3 parts of flex on my shaman and not loot a single piece, and then i go to the timeless isle and get 2P T16 and 2x warforged from ordos on my rogue.
RNG can be a bitch, but it can be a blessing.
Like once a long time ago i needed T2 shoulders, but there was 1 mage with more dkp who would get them if they dropped.
Chrom dropped 2 that day so RNG was on my side that day.
Meh, I've coined tier gloves 3x times on Celestials since 5.4. I'm still running with LFR tier pants. #WelcomeToTheClubBro
Anyhow..That is terrible luck, I've only gone 4 bonus rolls with gold since the "new" system.
There are 10 types of people in this world, those who understand binary and those who don't...
Dont you love personal loot?
I just love when I get nothing and others get duplicate after duplicate or non-upgrades!
I cant wait until other loot rules can be used for Flex next expansion.
I feel your pain man, my guild just recently started on HC progression and while the rest of the raid is on 570+, I'm still stuck on 564 due to really bad luck.
There has to be a better way to build a loot distribution system than pure RNG. Wife and I played all week on multiple characters this week and virtually nothing dropped. No duplicate items we already have, no unwanted items, just nothing. Made us think there was a stealth nerf to the drop rate.
How about you kill a raid boss you get a "boss coin". Spend your boss coins on the loot you want!
Everybody I know who still plays is frustrated as hell at the random drops. Trying to complete a set or get a specific item you dearly want is an exercise in frustration and misery. Hardly the emotions you would like to be experiencing when you play a game.