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How do you reject loot?

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Lecaja
08.29.2013 , 10:49 AM | #1
I only do Flashpoints for the story and the experience points. I always select greed and feel bad whenever I still manage to win an item roll that just on GTN. Great for credits sure but my needs are being met by simply doing the flashpoint with a group and I want to make sure my teammates are getting their needs satisfied too. Today I saw someone reject the loot option. I wanted to ask how they did that but wasn't sure if that would be against etiquette. My fault for being a bad player but two months in and I still learning how to play better.

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Rygho
08.29.2013 , 10:57 AM | #2
Quote: Originally Posted by Lecaja View Post
I only do Flashpoints for the story and the experience points. I always select greed and feel bad whenever I still manage to win an item roll that just on GTN. Great for credits sure but my needs are being met by simply doing the flashpoint with a group and I want to make sure my teammates are getting their needs satisfied too. Today I saw someone reject the loot option. I wanted to ask how they did that but wasn't sure if that would be against etiquette. My fault for being a bad player but two months in and I still learning how to play better.
It's not completely intuitive but if you don't want to roll on it at all just click the "x" in the top right corner of the loot window to pass on the loot entirely.

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Lecaja
08.29.2013 , 11:00 AM | #3
Thank you.

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TrillOG-
08.29.2013 , 01:53 PM | #4
If you greed roll and still win it means that everyone else is going to do the same thing and that's vendor or GTN it. You shouldn't feel bad because of that.

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psandak
08.29.2013 , 02:08 PM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by TrillOG- View Post
If you greed roll and still win it means that everyone else is going to do the same thing and that's vendor or GTN it. You shouldn't feel bad because of that.
This. And you may not have a need for credits now, but maybe someday you will and may regret not cashing in every chance you get (it is a long standing general MMO money making "tip" to have as much inventory space as possible when playing so that you can loot everything and sell it).