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7-14-2008 @ 11:28AM
Spot on with the recommendations. My guild has a fairly simple policy when it comes to the guild bank: tab 1 is for anyone in guild, tab 2 is for full members, tab 3 is for raiding only, tab 4 is GM granted items. The permissions help a lot, but on occasion, a purple recipe/item will end up in tab 1 when it's supposed to be in tab 4. The person sending this email KNEW that they shouldn't have picked this up and learned it. It's that simple. They were clearly thinking they were getting one over on the guild, and in the end, they most likely hurt the guild.It would be helpful to know what pattern/recipe was taken, but I have no doubt that the person taking the item was being duplicitous when they learned it. If something is too good to be true, it is.
7-14-2008 @ 12:04PM
You do realize, that according to the mail, he took it from "the guild recipe tab". I would hardly blame the person who took it if it was in a place where it looked like it belonged.Maybe he should have thought twice if it was the only purple, or something like that, but we have no info about that.
7-14-2008 @ 12:17PM
Think about it for a minute before you go pointing fingers. He said it was an enchanting recipe. He didn't say it was high-end, and maybe he didn't have to. What blue quality enchanting recipe isn't BoP? Lifestealing? Even most of the green recipes at the 300+ range are BoP, meaning the enchanter has to farm them or be present for the drops himself.To me, it sounds an awful lot like the guild booted him for learning a pre-300 recipe. But you have a point. It's likely we're not getting the full story, as it does seem a flimsy reason to boot someone. But if it is as clear as the email made it out to be, getting kicked over a BoE enchanting recipe when all the ones worth a damn are BoP is rather lame on the guild's part.
7-14-2008 @ 12:59PM
There are a few green BoE enchanting recipes that if you aren't thinking straight look innocuous at first but are really worth quite a lot, Boar's Speed for one netted me 1800g a few months back.
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