I probably don't understand today's videogames...
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- Co na tom presne nechapes ?:-)1w
- Nadávky a REEEEEEEEEEEE.1w
- Ja teda moc neumim anglicky a ani jsem to nevidel cele v kuse, ale vychazi mi z toho vcelku jednoduse, ze manikovi nekdo vyfoukl nejaky desne vzacny predmet.. To je v tehle hre docela bezna vec :-) A celkem chapu no...clovek trebas venuje stovky hodin casu tomu, aby ho ziskal a pak kdyz se to konecne muze podarit, tak mu to vezme nejakej trotl :-) Takze si pak holt zanadava no :-))1w
- Tady jsem nasel nejake vysvetleni:
"I'm not sure on this particular stream but I've seen other streams that do stuff like this. They want a mount from an easily soloable raid but they invite viewers to entertain the stream and to interact with the viewers a bit. Though when they invite you they kinda expect that you won't take the mount if it drops you're just there to help them get it. But as you probably know, most WoW players aren't going to honor that and will gladly take the mount for themselves.
What looks to me what happened here is he was doing this and a viewer somehow got the mount instead of the streamer, and instead of trading it to the streamer he added it to his collection meaning it's his forever.
the mounts are very very rare drop chance. I'm unsure of this particular one but they can be in the 0.X% drop chance range. That combined with the fact that you can only do any given raid once a week, he might not ever see the mount drop again."6d
Anders K. Madsen