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7-14-2008 @ 11:33AM
Seems like a case of officer overreaction. Our low-tier tab is a free for all. Want something? Take it. I've been known to put Imbued Netherweave Bags and excess Primals in there, and mostly don't care what people use them for.What would cause me concern and/or a /gkick is if I noticed large amounts of stuff being withdrawn by one player and these same large amounts turning up in the Auction House. That tab is primarily there to help as you level/level a profession, not help you make a quick buck.
7-14-2008 @ 11:40AM
I apologize for commenting so much on this, but I don't think this was a simple primal or even an epic lvl 70 item like a Lightning Crown. This was most likely a raid-level (perhaps even Sunwell trash level) crafted item or potion.The guild member is question should have known that something like this would never purposefully been put in a general tab. I believe the guild had every right to treat this person for what they were: a guild bank ninja.Flame me if you like, but that's my opinion.
7-14-2008 @ 1:50PM
“This was most likely a raid-level (perhaps even Sunwell trash level) crafted item or potion... I believe the guild had every right to treat this person for what they were: a guild bank ninja.”@Vlatch,If you insist on speculating and reading so much into what someone writes, please please please actually read what has been written. It was certainly not “most likely a raid-level crafted item or potion.” How do I know. The second line of the letter says “I took an enchanting recipe from the guild recipe tab and learned it.” Now this may or may not change your “guild bank ninja” condemnation, but I certainly don’t know of any BoE enchants that are so valuable as to cause this kind of stife. Boar’s speed and Cat’s swiftness are the only ones that may even come close and its not a far stretch to think that most high level guild enchanters already have these.
7-15-2008 @ 11:15AM
There are two ways to read what the person in question said:"I took an enchanting recipe from the guild recipe tab and learned it. They accidentally put it into the wrong tab, so instead of the private tab they put it into the open guild tab.""open guild tab" is where it was, he said that they accidentally put it in the wrong tab - which I take to mean that it should have been in the recipe tab and not the open guild tab. Either way, he's not giving us the full story. So either he's being booted from a guild without cause or he ninja'd a recipe. It sounds to me like the guild has some weight on the server (at least the poster thinks it does), so why would they get ticked over a low-level enchanting recipe?Anyway, I really think the poster is leaving out way too many details to be taken at his/her word.
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