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12-15-2008 @ 3:20PM
Lets see: Person who makes stuff knows the plans - person who asks for stuff does not. Where does the responsibility lay? Obviously, it lies with the crafter. The very Bottom line - period. As the crafter he is the one responsible and it is HIS job to inform the customer what he can provide and what he can’t provide. The fact that he could make the item means crap all. He could still NOT provide it to the customer. As such, he failed as a supplier and that means he MUST return the mats he “stole.”And in short it is theft. The fact that he could not hand over the item does NOT entitle him to keep the stuff. Keeping stuff makes him to be a thief. Because in the end, the cold hard fact is that he didn’t farm the mats or the gold, he thiefed it. Returning the cash at least and NOT taking the tip would have been the best way to go about it. I wouldn’t even have tipped the selfish thief since it’s extremely suspicious that he couldn’t warn the other guy that the item is BOP. You have to click the plans to start crafting, it’s pretty evident that you can read off the icon that it is BOP so there’s no real excuse in not informing the person - “Oh wait, my bad, this is a BOP pattern.” So basically you’re telling us he’s illiterate since he can’t read his own plans.And just for the record, I’m a blacksmith too on my main. I always make it a habit to tell people if it’s BOE or not. It’s just common sense. Anyone with half a brain should know this. Too bad your blacksmith friend is the kind of selfish jerk who likes to make money off other people by pretending that he doesn’t know what his own plans are like.
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