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An unlucky Hunter player rolled for a Mail piece of gear in a raid. Little did he know that a Death Knight would (t)roll and eventually win it!

This is quite an unfortunate story shared by Reddit user UnluckyChemist2162. The player was in a raid with their Hunter and rolled a 46 on Master Huntsman's Bandolier Master Huntsman's Bandolier when the group defeated Huntsman Altimor in Castle Nathria.

For an unknown reason, a Death Knight also rolled and won the piece of gear (67), even though it's clearly meant for mail, not plate wearers.

According to the raid leader, there was "nothing they could do, as it was not a guild run".

UnluckyChemist2162 also posted an image of the chat on Reddit. It looks like the Death Knight was kicked from the group in the end for trolling.

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Did you ever experience anything similar while in a dungeon/raid?

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Yes I've experienced it. Yes you kick the DK if he keeps insisting and carrying on. One roll as a joke is fine, but even bothering to say "but I won the roll" is annoying.

The rogue also *filtered* up even giving it to the DK at all. Unless we as a community start letting people know the joke is over the community won't get any better.

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He could've wanted it for RP gear. Hard to know without the server name. 

Obviously, though, iLevel comes first generally. Could've done with a harsher line from the party leader, too, but there tou go.

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So, lemme get this straight, you're pinning the blame on DK that might have just not known better/was trolling (it is CN in 9.1 after all), instead of a moronic raidleader and his toadies who actually gave him the chest?

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Well, I am sure posting about it on reddit got the gear back and all.
It's crap, just stay away from those people in the future.

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Gonna be unpopular opinion, but the blame goes to who ever asked people to roll and not the DK,  whoever ask "who wants this" with no restrictions and then gave it to the DK is to blame.  That said everyone should be able to roll on whatever they want, even if they just want to sell it for gold.

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1 hour ago, Laragon said:

Yes I've experienced it. Yes you kick the DK if he keeps insisting and carrying on. One roll as a joke is fine, but even bothering to say "but I won the roll" is annoying.

The rogue also *filtered* up even giving it to the DK at all. Unless we as a community start letting people know the joke is over the community won't get any better.

People like you who think gear and kicking someone for getting a piece of gear is more important than having fun is the reason the community is like it is.

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5 hours ago, Calorat said:

People like you who think gear and kicking someone for getting a piece of gear is more important than having fun is the reason the community is like it is.

People like you who think the game is fun even if you fail at everything, is why ppl want 2,5k + score for M+15 and AotC for normal raids.

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2 hours ago, Manbearpig said:

People like you who think the game is fun even if you fail at everything, is why ppl want 2,5k + score for M+15 and AotC for normal raids.

Frankly that's a skill issue. I easily timed a +15 this week on my new alt who had 1k score at the time. People like you blaming others for your own lack of skill is why the community is terrible.

Also, OP is whining about CN LFR gear in 9.1. You can get gear which is 3 iLvls lower in NORMAL DUNGEONS. And gear 10 iLvls higher from Heroic dungeons. So stop making a fuss about irrelevant pixels that no one should ever want.

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11 hours ago, Stan said:

Did you ever experience anything similar while in a dungeon/raid?

I have but not in a very long time. Raid leader should have said give it to the hunter or be kicked from the raid. If it's LFR Blizzard shouldn't let players trade gear like that to characters that can't wear it. 

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10 hours ago, Calorat said:

People like you who think gear and kicking someone for getting a piece of gear is more important than having fun is the reason the community is like it is.

How is that fun for the Hunter who can actually use it versus the DK that is just going to sell it. 

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17 hours ago, Halock said:

He could've wanted it for RP gear. Hard to know without the server name. 

Obviously, though, iLevel comes first generally. Could've done with a harsher line from the party leader, too, but there tou go.

Not at all since not wearing plate in all slots removes the plate specialization passive = 5% primary stat

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3 hours ago, Arctic said:

Not at all since not wearing plate in all slots removes the plate specialization passive = 5% primary stat

Yeah, of course. I meant 'iLevel for [someone who can use the piece] as opposed to RP gear'. I picked my words oddly.

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14 hours ago, Arctic said:

Not at all since not wearing plate in all slots removes the plate specialization passive = 5% primary stat

That why he said for RP gear. There's no official stats for swag !

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On 9/20/2021 at 1:20 PM, Halock said:

He could've wanted it for RP gear. Hard to know without the server name. 

I'm not familiar with RP server etiquette, can you actually roll on none class/spec specific gear?

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