What does "-50 DKP" mean?

I know it's a WoW meme but that's the extent of my knowledge.

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  • macri
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Minus 50 Dkp

  • sheba
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    50 Dkp Minus

  • Rizer
    Lv 6
    7 years ago

    DKP aka 'Dragon Kill Points' was an old, OLD guild method of tallying up member attendance for raids. It was completely external and was never an actual official part of WoW.

    But many guilds still used a DKP system for their members, the total DKP for each member was usually kept track of by guild officers. For example, a successful raid will net everyone involved some 'DKP' for killing bosses. Old raids were tedious marathons that took days to complete, and bosses took hours to kill. So epic loot was VERY precious!

    Members then usually used their DKP to 'buy' epic loot drops from bosses. Since raids were comprised of 40 people at the time, and a very small amount of loot drops for a small amount of classes, DKP was important for people to earn the right to some loot.

    The term "50DKP minus" comes from a hilarious recording of a failed Onyxia raid that resulted in a wipe:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEPx6nbbwz8

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    Whoever messed up there got a 50DKP minus.... Which was A LOT of DKP.

    Anyway, when BC came out and raid sizes were reduced by half, and the game itself became easier, and epic loot drops became widespread. DKP was now obsolete and wasn't used anymore.

  • Amy
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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    4 years ago
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