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12-31-2007 @ 2:52PM
It is a common enough practice but the one thing I've never understood about it is this: what about all the other players in the big uber guild that are getting passed over for the newbs that are paying? Doesn't that cause unnecessary drama? Isn't that a slap in the face to your own guildmembers?
1-01-2008 @ 6:58AM
As was asked if people from the guild 'having to pass' on items causes any drama.. Well our guild (Hellscream EU) currently sells SSC/TK runs while we have a few pieces that go to members (Vashj healer mace for example), people in our guild are more than happy to make some odd 300g a run and pass on stuff that is merely a sidegrade - basically the rule of thumb being: if there's an upgrade in MH/BT, we sell. It's easy if all agree with this, and we wouldn't do SSC/TK anymore otherwise - so it's a win - win situation for all.
1-01-2008 @ 2:08PM
I meant the people in the selling guild that don't even get to go on the raid because the spot went to a non-guildie.
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