T2 Loot and How Does It Work (Master Looter Rules)
On every TDT chest opening (t2 or t2cm) a player is allowed to Roll for loot only 3 times:
- Roll 1 - T1 loot
- Roll 2 - Fluff
- cosmetic pets
- housing decorations
- warsteed cosmetic
- Roll 3 - T2/T2c loot
- class item
- morale essence
- stat tomes
- officer bracelet*
Every roll only grants you 1 of the dropped items. Which means, that you can only obtain 1 of each of the loot subjects above.
Ex.: You can get 1 Mumak Pet, but you can't get the Corsair Boat as well if it drops along. You can get 1 Mumak Pet, 1 t2 Armour/jewelry piece, and 1 t1 armor piece.
The highest roll is the 1st person to chose what he wants from the loot pool. From this point, the Highest Roller can pick ANYTHING from the announced group of drops. No restrictions.
It isn't mandatory that this person has to take the most valuable loot, they can take minor items if he/she prefers. This player can also pass for their whole roll, but CANNOT "donate" their high roll to someone with a smaller one.
If the Higher Rollers wish to concede a loot piece to someone with a lower roll, that person and all the ones in between of them must agree to concede this piece as well. Any of the rollers in between is completely free to reject such a thing if he also wishes to obtain that loot drop or any other reasons. The conceded loot has to be let go from 1 high roller to the one right below him, unable to bypass all the others that separate the Highest from his "target".
Ex.: Player A got the Highest Roll of the loot pool and the most valuable item there is a Class Item. The Player A has no interest in this item, however, player D wants it really badly and it would surely benefit him the most. The Player A cannot give this Class-Item directly to Player D through his Highest Roll, but he can ask the Rollers in between (players B and C) if they can concede the Item in order for it to reach the Player D. Everything is fine about Player B, because he doesn't really want or need it and he'd rather have something else that has dropped in there that he might be able to obtain in there (or whatever the reason), so the player B allows the item to be conceded through him. However, Player C is also on the run for a Class-Item, and he want's it as well, either as his 1st item, for another character or anything else. Therefore, Player C doesn't concede the item. This way, Player D is not able to obtain the item, having to roll later another time.
Note about Conceding Loot: this system is entirely dependent of every looter between the highest roller and its target, whether any action to incentive/pressure/blackmail the Conceders is highly condemnable and it might come to require disciplinary action. It is on every Conceder's choice and own right to have the same opportunities to acquire loot in our raids, regardless of its circumstances of application or objectives after acquiring it.
* Special rules apply for the officer bracelet and inlay: We keep track of who already won an officer bracelet and inlay in the 'Bandit Awards' section on this site. Any member can only take one of each until all players currently in the raid have also won the item in question. Once everyone has received the item you cannot take a thrid until everyone else has also gotten a second one. Same thing for taking a fourth, fifth etc. If you won one of these items in a non-bandit raid it is not tracked on the site and therefore does not count.
P.S. All credit goes to Mr. Salmon & his followers.
*Outsiders on't be allowed to pick Officer Bracelets. Instead, you can pick any 2 other items if you are the highest roll.