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10-17-2007 @ 11:43AM
The only reason why I would accept a guild tax is to help repay those who put in the most to the guild. Such as those who make/buy potions for raids. Those little professions that so few people seem to put effort in beyond leveling, at least when it comes to raiding, yet everyone seems to have a need for. Buy putting in a tax like that will allow the people to be at least refunded for the non-farmable ingredients. But at the same time, I feel that each guild member should work something out that allows them to get what they need. For MC, and parts of BWL, I purchased all of my fire protection pots from the AH, and in mass quantities. All I needed to do was farm gold for them. This took the pressure off of those who actually do make pots for the raids by not having to supply me with pots. In a few circumstances when a pot or other profession consumable that I or my raid group felt was needed for a specific raid was not available, or available at cheap enough prices or large enough quantities, I would find someone who could make that consumable and arrange something with them. Basically, there really should not be a need for a guild tax. Everyone who contributes to the cost of a raid, should naturally be contributing to refund those costs.
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