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7-14-2008 @ 1:33PM
That's the biggest point. The guy didn't AH the recipie, he learned it. He didn't learn it and quit, either. It's in the damn guild. He even said that he'd like to replace it, but it won't help him get back in the guild. Think about that converstation then. If anything, in my reading, it's the guild that is being a loot whore. If it matters so much to you "which" guildie has the recipie, then you're got cliques or issues. If the guy wants to put it back and stay in the guild, what is the problem? Anyway, if you're going to have an open guild tab, but expect everyone to ask before they take things, then what is the point. Go back to permissions and making people ask all the time. It defeats the entire purpose of having an open tab if you expect people to ask permission anyway. And some "unwritten" rule about what things to ask about is arbitrary and dumb. There could be more to the story, but there could not be. The guy could have honestly gone to the open recipie tab, taken and learned the recipie, had the guild members who screwed up/wanted it for themselves get pissed off, kick him, and then hound him to replace/recompense, him offering to do it but still being told he's out of the guild anyway.Believe it or not, there are a lot of screwed up guilds and automatically siding with the guild over an individual isn't always right. If it's like that, there isn't anything he can do, and I wouldn't recompense them. If they're not letting you back in the guild, they're going to bad mouth you no matter what. They sound like a poorly run, overreacting, loot whorish guild to me. Obvioulsy the emailer could be changing the story, but that's how I read it.
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