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7-14-2008 @ 9:41PM
To play Devil's Advocate here.....I think both parties are in the wrong.The Guild is at fault because they booted him for taking something form the Vault, yes it was in the wrong spot but still, whoever put it in the Vault should have payed more attention.The Person in question is at fault for not asking about that when he clearly noticed that it shouldn't have been there in the first place. When you noticed something that's not right with a Guild Vault, its best to ask.
7-15-2008 @ 12:20AM
"when he clearly noticed"- Rule 1, don't make assumptions.Nowhere in this post/thread does the questioner, or anyone claiming factual knowledge of the incident, indicate this - only those speculating about their own assumptions.Ok, it's a rare and relatively valuable formula (on my server at least), but most people do not run AH-tracking mods that will tell them that, and should not be expected to know the rarity and/or value of everything placed in a tab clearly marked as free to all.But it's value is mainly in it's rarity - I can't remember ever being asked for this one, unlike Boar's Speed, Cat's Swiftness, Vitality etc, all BoE recipes that are both more useful, as well as more expensive.Maybe there was more going on here, and the Guild leadership used this as an excuse to remove an unwanted member...but from the information available to us, they clearly over-reacted and only hurt themselves.To the OP - if you've tried to discuss and explain and found no joy, move on and forget about them. If they try to haunt you with future Guild apps, just explain your side of the story. This is a GOOD THING! It can often take weeks to get a good feel for a Guild, and how good their leadership is. If your former guildmates try to trash an app to another Guild, the reaction will tell you right away whether you want to be in that Guild or not.You could even have the info leaked to your old Guild as a litmus test, find out how reasonable the new Guild leaders are. :-) Not something I'd recommend, but depending on your personality, it's an option to consider.
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