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Is there any logic to determine what "types" of item a player can see? Is it according to his or her class? (e.g. a Barbarian won't see Witch Doctor drops?)

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    I'm not sure you're using the word "droppings" correctly. – kotekzot May 8 '12 at 10:59
  • Thanks, and sorry about the mistake, i now see what i did :) Feel free to correct any other mistake – Marcello Grechi Lins May 8 '12 at 11:00
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    There are 3 different questions here, and they should be asked separately. However, be aware that the 3rd question has already been asked and answered on this site. – Oak May 8 '12 at 11:06
  • Your first question seems to fall under "Why did they design it that way", which is off-topic on our site. – Wipqozn May 8 '12 at 11:09
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    I've removed your first and third question. As Oak stated, the third question was a dup.The first was a "Why did they design it that way?". Although it is something we could answer, it's not a gaming problem but a game design problem, and as such is off-topic on our site. However, a more generic version of your question, "What are the advantages to player specific loot?" would be on-topic on our sister site, Game Development. So you may wish to ask that there. – Wipqozn May 8 '12 at 11:26
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The drops are still random and not related to your class. So as Barbarian you can get Witch Doctor items.

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