Usually the multiples just get abandoned; it's just a one-time early advantage technique, so once you find what you want there's no incentive to keep doing it. It's sort of the equivalent of starting a D&D game over and over until the random stat generator lets you luck out and roll 4 18s. Actually, that's a pretty accurate analogy, since gear more or less substitutes for character stats in this game. The problem usually goes away whenever the equivalent of randimar becomes too much of a time investment to get to over and over, like Bandreus said. I've been trying to think back and remember exactly how long it took me to get it unlocked. I know it sounds like worrying over nothing, but I can't believe how many games I've played where the devs had to make an announcement "Stop rerolling new accounts, it's clogging up our game." I'm not saying it's a good idea. I think it's stupid. I've just observed that if it's possible, there will be a couple dorks who will do it because they've convinced themselves they've unlocked a secret technique that gives them an amazing advantage over the rest of us. I'm ready to concede that we're probably pretty safe from that here, though, so thanks for the replies and I'll stop distracting from the OP.