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8-27-2008 @ 1:28AM
The pickpocketing drama is the craziest thing I've ever heard of inmy crazy wow life. Both in that the GL was insanely insane, and that the rogue has to top the all time passive aggressive charts. First s/he opens it in front of everyone (something no GW reader will everever do now, so thanks rogue) and hands it over without too much argument...but then posts about it on general forums. Probably a nice person who realized what really happened after getting out of the yelled at situation. Also, I am in a friends and family guild, but I could see someone taking off with 60 hearts of darkness. Which would make for uncomfortable picnics.
8-27-2008 @ 3:07AM
IMO guilds should start handing out their hearts of darkness as they get them... get 30 HODs, make all your capes, etc. Get 60 more, make all the bracers. Better someone get 1k worth of free shad resist gear and then leave than 20k worth of mats be sitting in the bank tempting officers that might be secretly getting fed up with your guild (or get hacked at any moment)
8-27-2008 @ 9:18AM
I run a guild on Muradin called Carpe Diem.I feel for the guys in Illuminaughty.But to clarify, they are second on the horde side, and 9th overall on the server.That being said, considering the exreme alliance slant to the pop count on our server, and the rate at which they have been knocking boss's down. They are doing damn well.Anyone find out where the douche that jacked you xfrd to?
8-28-2008 @ 8:37AM
He's a ROGUE, good grief! What is he doing flaunting the stuff he gets as soon as he gets it? No... Bad rogue. Here's where a little roleplaying does you some good. Open those boxes alone and preferrably hidden (that's what's going on in that perpetually occupied outhouse in Honor Hold, btw). I've picked up two Spinesevers - one I use and one I sold - and NEVER had this problem.
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