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3-13-2009 @ 11:48AM
The way I see it, people who pick locks. port, or provide other services are giving you something you want, and should be tipped. When I wanted my mage to get to Dalaran at lvl. 71 (and at the time, I didn't know there was a quest that could get me there so soon) I politely whispered a mage, gave 15g and a rune for his time and effort. I understand what it's like to be constantly interrupted for port requests. The worst is travelling somewhere to provide a service and not getting a single copper for it. I know a lot of people of low lvl. don't have a lot of money if they are new but a small amount would be nice (even a rune is better than nothing). And if they have high level mains, most likely they can well afford a decent tip. And for most of the places that low level people NEED to go now, there is a way without porting. You are paying for the convenience. Also, with professions, the service you are getting didn't come freely to the crafter / enchanter. A lot of gold was handed over for training and sometime recipes from other sources.Though my friends know that they can get ports, conjured foods, and enchants (with their mats) and I won't accept tips from them. They in turn, have helped me level my enchanting and have also provided me the services of their professions.
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