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12-15-2008 @ 4:43PM
The argument was not about 35g. The argument was about the principle of keeping the tip and the mats (which, incidentally, cost far more than 35g to buy and take time to farm and smelt).O.K. So the buyer forgot -or didn't notice- that the item was BoP when he looked at the plans to get the material list.I can even see that the crafter might not notice either. I've done that as a leatherworker, crafted an item for a guild-mate and only realized afterwards that it was BoP. It happens.In our case though, that usually devolves into an argument of "Oh no, I insist!" when trying to force the other one to accept materials or equal value in gold or, conversely, me being told I should keep the tip for my trouble.Bleh. Longish post. Sorry.Making mistakes? It happens.Being a jerk about it? It happens too, but it's still being a jerk.
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