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12-15-2008 @ 4:34PM
I can't say that I'm a huge fan of how this article was written. I wouldn't mind a piece on WoW Ethics and things like that, but this one struck me as a little odd.Anyway, I guess I'll add my personal opinion regarding the situation while I'm at it...for what it's worth. I don't think the guy actually did anything "wrong". It's not the way I would of handled it, but that doesn't mean it was the wrong thing to do.Obviously anybody with 1/2 a brain (or maybe less) would assume that the Blacksmith was not going to just go ahead and trash the weapon. He'd be pretty stupid to do that. So if the customer did not give him any specific instructions then what's the big deal?It would be a different story if there was some deception on the part of the Blacksmith, but there wasn't.
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