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12-15-2008 @ 2:25PM
It's a matter of principle. It's a matter of being responsible for a mistake that you in part made. It's about being courteous. The blacksmith is wrong is so many levels that I don't even know where to begin. This same person might "accidentally" ninja the next piece of legendary that he can't use, shrug off and say "Life lessons suck".If I'm the customer, I wouldn't have asked for a refund, but I'd walk off and never do business with the Blacksmith again... and if he asks for any compensation for his non-work, I'd do everything in my power to make sure he never gets any business or run with any decent guild until he pays his $15 US dollars penance and change his name and identity.As an aside, that is one classy customer for handing over a tip after having all the crafting materials blown away by a careless blacksmith.
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