12/09/2011 07:56 AMPosted by ExposedClass specific wouldn't work at all. Thats like a healing trinket being marked priest, shaman, druid, paladin.. But then that doesn't stop a feral druid, moonkin, enhancement shaman, ret paladin, etc from need rolling and taking it.
The LFR loot should just be grouped (filtered). It would be manual, but it would only be for the pieces that drop from LFR so not that bad.
Heart of Unliving:
Classes: Paladin, Priest, Druid, Shaman
Spec: Holy, Holy/Disc, Resto, Resto (respectively).
(You're required to choose a specialization now, not that hard to tell..)
Also, log the acquirement of items per spec and limit those to greed rolls.
So say I win the Heart of Unliving in LFR, next time I can only roll greed.
This would slowly weed out the NeedOnEverything'ers and allow people who actual
need the item to have a better chance.
Same for tokens, If I've already acquired the head,shoulder,hands and leg tokens as a paladin spec'd in holy only allow greed. I would have to actually run the raid as dps or tank to get it again.
Even if I were to try and 'game' the system and queue as dps (speced) and do a lousy job just to try and acquire more tokens, it would still be logged and impossible for me to roll need another time (unless I spec'd tank the next week as well).
When the server is preparing to send out the notifications for the clients to show what gear, do the following:
Does the client's current character match the specified class for this item?
Does the client's current character match the specified spec for this item?
Has the client's current character been logged to have received this loot before while in the current spec?
If either of the first 2 are false or the third is true, only allow greed/disenchant.