Originally Posted by Plothole
1) It depends on how much influence you want to have on SK. Our guild is completely hands free, other than keeping people from bidding for off spec if someone wants it for main spec. Only thing I can recommend is to have the officers push people to take upgrades when they can, and follow their own suggestions. It has worked well for us, but some people still save that 1 spot for a weapon. If you have extra raiders that show up and say 15 people get rotated in for 10m raids, those who don't take upgrades will soon be undergeared, and can be benched. A little incentive to make sure they are taking everything they can.
2) For us, if no one wants it main spec, it goes to off spec rolls, but with a few stipulations. Rogues can't roll offspec on leather to use for sub instead of combat. It's too easy for them to just turn around and use it. If someone wants t8.5 offspec when their main spec is t8, thats a no-no. Just gotta monitor it. Mages and locks dont have the luxury of off spec, and we watch priests very closely to make sure they aren't tryin to trick the system.
3) I can't answer that question for you specifically, but I know whenever our loot officer switches lists he has to relog. That might be a bit of a pain for you. We just use one list for t7 equiv, t8 equiv, and now t9 equiv.
There are multiple ways to run SK and I hope you find somethin that works. I think it is the most fair system, especially to loot council and dkp (which have all proven to be guild busters on my realm).
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