How does this work really? I tested it out today by soloing the sanctum mission by myself. At the end, right before you go on the boat, I looked at the loot and memorized what had droped. When I reach Amnoon Oasis and the "Unclaimed Items" inventory poped up it was about half of the items that had dropped during the last fight at the beach. Is there some sort of maximum time before the items can be added to the Unclaimed Items box? --Soulflame 05:46, 9 November 2007 (UTC)?
- I second that questions. In fact, let's say in the beginning of the mission, a creature drops Black Dye for you. You don't pick it up. An hour later, you complete mission. I know while in mission, after 10 minutes, whatever items are assigned to you are up for grabs... Does this happen at all with Unclaimed Items? And let's suppose the only drop you got was the Black Dye, so that it wouldn't overcome the 12-item limit. --MagickElf666 17:06, 14 March 2008 (UTC)
Work with dungeons too, don't have time to add it to the article though, class is ending. --184.108.40.206 17:13, 14 March 2008 (UTC)
Is gold that is left on the ground when a mission or dungeon is completed shared by the party or does it go to waste? Yggdrasil 11:21, 20 May 2008 (UTC)
- Gold drops cannot be claimed, as they're not Assigned. So, they just disappear. --- -- (s)talkpage 11:28, 20 May 2008 (UTC)
- Ty Yggdrasil 04:38, 21 May 2008 (UTC)
The answer to the first two questions (to the best of my knowledge) is that any items that have has the reservation time limit expire (they become "up for grabs") will not show up, as it is assumed you had ample time to pick them up during the mission. Entrea [Talk] 23:40, 15 August 2008 (UTC)
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Has anybody had any issues where this window stops coming up altogether? Mine has simply stopped appearing. Please help if you can...so far the Guild Wars support team has not been able to figure it out.