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7-14-2008 @ 12:32PM
Bottom line is, a recipe was placed in the public area of the guild bank, and this guildie w/d the recipe and used it. There is absolutely nothing wrong with doing this; and I agree with previous posters who stated that they shouldn't have to "check" with an officer if they are legitimally in a tab that is open to them. Whomever "booted" this player does not hold very high standards in my book. That is not someone who is a "leader". There may be other factors here, but based on what the e/mail stated, I wouldn't want to be in a guild that acts like that.Now, I really disagree with the author's statement that this person's "reputation" on the server is "tarnished" and has to settle with his previous guild to restore his good name. Are you kidding me? No two guilds operate the same way and misunderstandings and personality conflicts are common between ppl and guilds all the time. Just because an officer "booted" this guy because he "legitimately" w/d a recipe does not "tarnish" his reputation. If that were true, then we all would have "tarnished" reputations for any kind of misunderstandings that happen on a daily basis. And he absolutely does not need to "offer" something in return. It was or was not the mistake made by whomever put the recipe in the tab in the first place, whether it was really meant to be deposited there or not, we do not know. Chalk it up to lessons learned and move on....
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