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7-14-2008 @ 11:33AM
Depending on the circumstances, it may not be necessarily to prostrate himself before the guild.If, and this is a big if, the author broke no other rules by taking the pattern, then he should probably not worry about the affect doing so has on his reputation.At worst, he should discuss the matter with the guild in question and record the conversation for posterity. Other guilds are unlikely to discriminate against him if he can show clearly that someone else made a mistake, and that he was following standard guild rules when he took the recipe.Even if this was a rare recipe like Cat's Swiftness, expecting someone you've booted from the guild to replace the recipe is naive and selfish.
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