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10-17-2007 @ 11:17AM
This is a perfectly normal thing and I'm highly surprised it isn't in the game already. Many other MMOs and even browser based games have guild/clan/gal/team etc tax systems which allow a percentage of each player's daily income to be skimmed off the top and into the guild coffers to pay for the things the guild needs as a whole. While it's not like you can build Guild Halls or anything so cool within WoW, any raiding guild that is on the progress trail knows the costs of raiding. Flasks, potions, buff-foods and repair costs stack up very high when you're in a guild on the progress trail and it's not like you're not benefitting from being in the guild. Anything to make it easier and more effecient to 'give something back' to the guild is welcome in my book.
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