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What's DKP?
Dragon kill points (usually abbreviated with the acronym DKP) designate a kind of currency which is earned by participating in endgame raids and spent by acquiring loot from endgame bosses. The term DKP is also frequently used to designate raid-level loot system in general. The most popular systems for endgame loot distribution are point-based (and thus DKP systems). The very first endgame loot distribution system was developed by the guild Afterlife in 1999 and named for the original two EverQuest end bosses, both of whom were dragons.

DKP is awarded to each guild member as they attend a guild raid. The current DKP of each member reflects his or her priority for loot. When a member "wins" an item, they lose a DKP amount that reflects the value of that item. DKP allows for an unbiased comparison between guild members when decisions about loot are to be made based on attendance and recent items that have been awarded.
DKP Standings
Raider
Current
DKP
Total
Bonus
DKP
Earned

Budswell
36
14
Dogmatics      1
Encognegro      2
Glorifiedh
28
14
Grenthor     17
Korgodd     17
Kronikhealz      22
Melapls
16

Ressotlaeh     26    4
Unhappydots
22

Zeitgeist
29
7
DKP Overview
Definitions:

When an item drops, players who would most benefit from the item will be determined. Also, tanks will have initial priority on all upgrades. Otherwise, the one with the highest “start of raid” DKP will have first dibs on the item. In the event of a tie, those players will roll for the item. DKP will be subtracted from the winning player’s “start of raid” DKP. The remaining amount becomes their new “start of raid” DKP.

“Start of raid” DKP is the total DKP for an individual player prior to the start of a raid. This number will be used when determining who will be first in line for loot. Any DKP received during a raid will be added at the conclusion of the raid day and not be available until the next raid event.

Raiders and alternates will be designated by either the GM or Raid Leader. Alternates are expected to be online at the start of raid time and, ideally, throughout the raid.

Raiders will be allowed to spend DKP into the negative on a NEED ONLY basis. This may occur if an item can only be used by one member; the player will automatically receive the item, but will still be charged the appropriate amount of DKP. The ability to spend into the negative will, ultimately, be determined by the GM.  Negative DKP can not be used for an off-spec item.

Decay:
Every Monday there will be a 10% decay taken from each raiders dkp total. This will help prevent hording of dkp. Dkp totals less than 10 will not be decayed. Any decay will be rounded to the nearest whole number.

Base Prices:

DKP

15
14
13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

10-Man Raid



Tier

 

 

 

Legs
Chest
Weapon
Shield

Trinket

Head
Gloves
Ranged Weapon

Shoulders
Boots
Belt
Ring

Bracers
Cloak
Necklace
Offhand

25-Man Raid
Teir




Legs
Chest
Weapon
Shield
Trinket
Head
Gloves
Ranged
Weapon
Shoulders
Boots
Belt
Ring
Bracers
Cloak
Neklace
Offhand



 DKP Distribution
 10-Man Raid
25-Man Raid
Boss down (raiders) + 2
Boss down (alternates) + 1
Guild First Boss Downing + 4
Boss down (raiders) + 4
Boss down (alternates) + 2
Guild First Boss Downing + 8

Bonus DKP
Guild members will be allowed to earn up to a certain amount of DKP per week by donations to the guild bank based on their rank.

 If you are a…  
 You can earn up to…
Trial Member
 0 DKP per week
Accepted Member  6 DKP per week

If a member maxes out his/her 6 DKP, they will be rewarded with one extra DKP bonus (7 DKP total).

Gold may be deposited directly into the guild bank. 
All other items MUST be sent to Korgodd in order to ensure that your donation is correctly recorded.  Any listed items deposited directly to the guild bank will not be counted toward DKP.

Donating anything from the following list will earn ONE DKP (Exception! Epic Gems will earn 2 dkp:


About 2h Weapons
As needed to settle disputes AoA will be implementing a new method of distributing two-handed melee weapons based on item level.
  • If the item level of the weapon in question is greater than the item level of a raider's current weapon (regardless of what level that may be), those raiders will be given priority.
  • If one of the raiders eligible for a drop is a DK tank, he will receive priority over other raiders with weapons of lesser item level.  This is effective up to item level 200.
  • The only way priority is taken from a raider is if that raider already has the specific weapon in question (exception: fury warriors).
Here are some examples to help answer any questions:

Example 1:
  • 10-man Raid
  • DK Tank, Ret Pally and Fury Warrior all have items with level less than 200.
  • An item with ilvl 200 drops, priority is given to DK.

Example 2:
  • 10-man Raid
  • Ret Pally and Fury Warrior have items with level less than 200.
  • DK Tank has an item with level 200.
  • An item with ilvl of 200 drops, Priority is given to the DPS - DKP is used as normal.

Example 3:
  • 10-man Raid
  • DK Tank, and Fury Warrior have items with level 200.
  • Ret Pally has an item with level less than 200.
  • An item with ilvl 200 drops, priority is given to the Pally.

Example 4:
  • 10-man Raid
  • DK Tank, Fury Warrior, and Ret Pally each have one item with ilvl 200.
  • An item with ilvl 200 drops, priority is given to the Fury Warrior.

Example 5:
  • 10-man Raid
  • DK Tank has an item with ilvl 213.
  • Fury Warrior has an item with ilvl 200
  • Ret Pally has an item with ilvl less than 200.
  • An item with ilvl 226 drops, all have equal priority - DKP is used as normal.
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