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2-25-2008 @ 11:51AM
My officers and I have discussed what to do with gold accumulated in our guild bank, but we're still trying to save for all the tabs. People are pretty much on the honor system when removing mats. Everything else, patterns, recipes, gear, hard to get mats, are on "Officer request" only. New people to the guild have to wait through their trial membership before being promoted to have access to the bank. It's worked well for us so far. There are some things in the game which seem to be necessities, like a flying mount. You can't get attuned to Kara or finish netherwing mount rep without one. Some day maybe, we will have the money to help people get that mount. And there is a good point about patterns available in the AH. But that can get into which of the 4 jewelcrafters I have gets the pattern? Do I go buy every pattern for the Dark Iron Rifle just so all those engineers who can learn will? I think having an officer-rank position of banker is a good idea. Another set of eyes looking at the "books" could make other officers and members feel more secure about their donations. But, as we've seen in Guild Watch, it never stops some officer from stripping a guild bank clean, /gquitting and moving to another server with their ill-got gains.
2-25-2008 @ 12:05PM
Everything in my guild bank is officer request. One of our iffucers is a retired guy, and it seems like sometimes he doesn't sleep. So he knows everyone in the guild, and judgement is passed appropriately. But still, someone who joined the guild a week ago shouldn't be asking for blues and rare mats from the guild bank, when they've contributed nothing.
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