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2-29-2008 @ 12:41PM
You know it'll be a good column when it starts, "our guild had been going downhill for a while now."I think this is a good point as far as, protect your stuff. I don't expect Blizzard to be able to DO anything about it, and I'd rather they not, as they have enough to worry about without mediating who took who's Void Spheres and he-said-she-said bull shit.I would hope that if it were a hacker, they could maybe replace the stuff, however.
2-29-2008 @ 2:26PM
I have to confess I'm very suprised at the response you received from the GM--I would consider trying again. If the officer in question was *hacked*, along with their character restoration should come the restoration of your guild bank. One guild I was in was hit by this 2 times, a member or officer getting hacked and decimating a guild bank--each time the items in the guild bank were restored.
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