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    Loot Policy

    PHOENIX ASCENDING LOOT POLICIES

    DKP system
    DKP or Dragon Kill Point systems award you points for raiding, and charge you points for looting.

    Earning points
    In our system points are awarded every hour of raiding with bonus points for being online at the start and end of the raid. Points are taken from being in the raid tool and when we have over flow situations being in the agreed to channel and ready to raid.

    Point Rot
    This is the most unique part of our loot system. The short and simple explanation is that we only award points based on a 30-raid day window. Hours raided during the 30-raid day window count, points spent during the 30 raid day window count. Any points earned or spent prior to this do not impact your DKP total in any shape or form.

    Fixed Spending Amounts
    Points are spent in fixed amounts 20 DKP, 10 DKP, 5 DKP or 0 DKP. We follow the process below using the following calling system to award the item and figure out how much is spent.


    Rules For Awarding Loot

    Initial Bid
    All items start bidding at 20DKP and only full members in good standing (raid % > 20) and positive DKP can bid. No one bids and the price drops... see rules for price decrease

    Some low value items may be /randomed at the discretion of the raid leader and loot council.

    Item bids will be post in guild chat in a format similar to the following:
    “PST Item Name 20DKP First Call”
    “PST Item Name 20DKP Second Call”
    “PST Item Name 20DKP Third/Final Call”

    This will be repeated at each bidding level to ensure all interested persons have time to check current items, DKP, and bid prior to an item being closed or moved to the next tier


    Price Decrease
    Bidding at 10DKP is open to all members, recruits, and guests. If anyone bids on the item, the item will be awarded by doing a member comparison.


    Dictate Rules
    Bidding is open to all members and recruits. However, preference will be given to “high need raiders”. This means that if a mixture of individuals bid (20%+ raiders as well as Applicants), then all 20%+ will be thrown out, and the loot will be awarded to a high need raider at no cost. However, if only 20%+ raiders bid on the item, then the winner will be awarded the loot at 5dkp using the member comparison. The winner must be able to equip the item. In the event of a tie, the people who are tied will random. If no one bids on the item, the item goes to rot.

    Rot/Raid alt/Alt looting rules
    **All Wrott Loot, regardless of classification will be awarded Wrott loot at 0 DKP**

    Raid Alt: Each Raider may have (1) designated Raid Alt (RA). If an event a Raid Leader requests, in a public chat (IE PARaid, or Guild Chat) that a Raid alt is required for a successful event they may be added to the raid.
    • A RA will meet all the requirements for a “Raider” (Level, AA’s, Gear, Spells, Discs)
    • A RA will be approved by the RA’s Class Leader (IE I am a Cleric and my RA is a Shaman, the Shaman CL must approve your RA)
    • A RA may be invited at the discretion of the RL **IF no Full Members or Apps are in PAList**
    Alts: Alts invited to fill empty slots for coins and raid flags can be invited at the discretion of the raid tool operator on a first come first serve basis. They can be dismissed from the raid at any time.
    Members: We are all members of this guild. It takes all of us to make it work and thrive.
    • Be supportive of your guildies and if you can help with a program, raids, or anything please speak up!
    • Conflict and arguments will happen. Attempt to resolve them at the lowest level or through appropriate channels as needed.

    When an item has no bidders, it is declared a wrott. When an item has no bidders, it is declared a wrott. Active raid alts (in attendance and participating at the raid), and Non Participant Alts, may be allowed to loot items if they can use. (for all Applicants/Raid Alts/Alt with the priority being Application first, Raid Alt second, Alts third) If a wrott loot is not awarded, then an officer will loot for tribute. If a wrott loot is not awarded, then an officer will loot for tribute.

    **To loot a Wrott item an Alt, MUST BE LOGGED IN, able to zone in, and can wear the item. Looting Wrott gear on an Alt is a privilege, if you unnecessarily delay the raid that privilege can be revoked by the Raid leader**

    In the event that two or more members of the same classification (IE 2 Raid Alts) bid on an item it will be Alpha Randomed by the Loot Caller.

    Member Comparison
    The primary vector of comparison for awarding loot is by current available DKP. If the DKP difference between the highest member and the next member is high (>=11 points) the person with the highest DKP wins. If the difference is small (<=10 points) everyone within 10 points of the highest person is considered. Of the people within 10 points of the highest person, the person with the lowest loot % is the winner. If there is a tie then it will be broken first with DKP, if there is still a tie, it will be broken with RA, and if there is still a tie, then /random will be used to break the tie. If a member has spent DKP already on a raid their DKP and loot % will be recalculated for any new items.

    Guest Members
    Guest Raiders will be awarded DKP based on attendance at the rate of any raider. A Guest Raider will be limited to a max bid of 10 DKP but will otherwise be treated as a Raider for all comparison purposes.
    Last edited by Kimer; 05-29-2019 at 02:14 AM.

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