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7-14-2008 @ 12:11PM
If I get it right it was an enchanting recipe. Which means that other than the ring enchant it doesn't really matter *who* in a guild can do the enchant, right?So to me the question is: Why the fuss? And more importantly: Why kick the guild member that can now do that supposedly super fancy enchant?Yes, he should has asked if just to make sure but to make such a big deal out of it that doesn't really has any impact (again if its an ring enchant is something else) whatsoever is something I don't get.The only reason I see for the guild getting this angry is that someone else that was more of friend to the guild officers wanted to make some good *private* money by using the enchant for his own business.Other than that there is not point in actually firing the (supposedly) only member of the guild that could have provided a super fancy enchant to the guild members free of cost.
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