Hell no it hasn't.
Most people that think personal loot on mythic is a good thing are either casuals, below average players, or never managed a guild on a decent level. Here's an example, imagine getting a piece that is a 10 ilvl upgrade, but wait, the lower ilvl piece has a socket or way better stats for you, so it's not an upgrade anymore, but some other guild mate would wear that piece because it's a straight up 20 ilvl upgrade for them. So now that new juicy "upgrade" for someone is basically trash because you can't trade it like you would be able to with master loot. What a great system! For the people saying there would be guild abuse, you would have the choice to join a guild that uses personal loot.For the people saying that top guilds would abuse it with multiple raid clears, that would be only an extremely small percentage of players. If you think blizzard should design their mythic loot system around those players, I'm not sure what to tell you.
There are a lot of problems in not top guilds. Basically you have groups of friends inside guild who trade items only to each other, the bigger group you belong - the better/more items you are able to get. This only removes item quality to each player in normal guilds, increase drama, loot stealing etc. For top tier it doesnt rly apply because top guild are organized (have only one group inside it), but if item dropped for wrong person (e.g. worst stats) and it's ilvl upgrade - he wont be able to trade it to person for whom it'd be best stats. Just "awesome" system
Personal Loot is one of the worst things ever added to raids. Having to vendor an item instead of giving it to a guild mate who needs it feels incredibly bad.Bring back master loot or remove the crappy ilvl restrictions and make all loot tradeable.
I've been playing the game since Vanilla, and always hated master loot. Personal loot is so, so much more fun for players like me.
Just do both. Like a holiday boss, everybody gets a box to open that may or may not have something in it of value, and then ML the items on the boss himself.
i just hate personal loot because it's clunky.i'd rather have one person hand out loot.i don't like having to trade people constantly because i don't need stuff.it's a really annoying step that i'd rather not have to deal with.
I couldn’t care less about Master Loot.Good riddance, even in full guild groups the system gets abused by the loot masters. Inb4 people say find a better guild, please go try and find another guild as a tank and then we’ll talk.
All of these people complaining about loot rules like “trials have to wait” are probably guild hoppers to start. The point of master loot and rules like that one is to make people who are fresh to a guild understand that you can’t just show up, get loot and then leave (which happens alot, and sometimes with the best gear). Gearing used to be a group effort under that old system. Now it is just a free for all at all levels, that sometimes leaves people who have bad luck sucking the fumes at the bottom of the dps charts hoping they get that weapon they want. It isn’t just a matter of weeks, it can be months before you get the pieces you need with PL. People understand that it is technically their loot, and can keep multiple drops for alt specs. You may think that ML breeds contempt, but in honest and fair raids that are clear on loot rules, you can either leave or build up the seniority to get loot. Being forced to use PL means you are stuck hoping for pieces to drop FOR YOU, instead of FOR THE GROUP, which I think we can agree, makes sense to have a group looting system in a game that demands cooperation and coordination to get far along. Oh and remember, there are always re-rolls for the people that think “i can’t wait to get the gear, i have to skip the line”.
If anything, functionality of addons like RCLootCouncil should be broken to enforce that change completely.