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12-15-2008 @ 8:47PM
My main is an engineer, and I bought the mats to make two of the lvl 73 guns not realizing that it was BoP. I am the one one who should know their craft not the customer. The Blacksmith made the mistake, it was HIS obligation to know HIS patterns. He should not have taken a copper, and should have compensated the customer.
12-16-2008 @ 12:04AM
An interesting way of looking at this is to say that the Blacksmith broke the verbal agreement ( it's a stretch).It could be argued that the Blacksmith went into a verbal agreement with the buyer that he would provide said mace. In a way he is advertising that he can make this mace for the customer.By not being able to provide the mace he is not holding up his end of the bargain and is therefor in the wrong.
12-16-2008 @ 1:33AM
Fully agree with Rock. That's the bottom line of this: There was an agreement made. The customer should have gotten something in return, the very least of which should have been the 18g from the vendor.Then again, maybe the customer just didn't care enough about the gold to even think about it. (I know I wouldn't.)
12-27-2008 @ 12:35AM
Bullshit.No reason at all he should have ever LOOKED at the patterns if he himself didn't use it.If the guy knew it was BOP, that was clearly dishonest.If he didnt' who the hell cares. I think it both wasted the blacksmiths time and the customers mats, and it doesn't matter morally who tips whom there.
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