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7-14-2008 @ 12:03PM
Bullshit. No one gets booted from a guild over taking something that was allegedly in a entire guild access tab.There is *WAY* more to this story than is being told. Watch. If more of this comes to light, you'll see that there was other stuff happening besides taking something from a common drop area. I'll bet this was the kind of member who was constantly taking recipes, gems, enchanting items, potions out of the common tab and only putting things in like ruined light leather scraps and murloc eyes. Fug
7-14-2008 @ 1:54PM
Seconded. Something else is going on here.
7-14-2008 @ 2:11PM
I may agree with you, it is that that guy was not very popular or appreciated AND (of course) they choose blame him instead of blaming a fellow oficer buddy, who obviously screwed it up big time. This is a lose-lose situation for him. You pay the guild in return they won't take you back and even if they do you'll always be tagged as the "ninja" or you can't fix things and your reputation as ninja remains in the server. You have 2 options:1- You have enough friends in the server to have them know what happened, they side with you and you join their guild (possibly this last guild was full of jerk nobody in the server liked to your favor).2- Change name and server.
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