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12-15-2008 @ 6:39PM
Maybe My God is the blacksmith in the story. That's the only reason I can see for someone being so completely up their own ass that they can't see the moral wrong that was done. At the absolute most you should keep 3g for your flight back to Dalaran, deny the tip (since no service was provided) and give the purchaser the other 10g for the vendor sale. What the Blacksmith did in this story was stealing. He knowingly took the persons materials and didn't even return the cost of vendoring the item. What would happen if you hired a craftsman to install new kitchen tiles in your kitchen. You paid the man and bought the tiles you wanted installed. Then after the craftsman takes your money and supplies he tells you that the tiles you bought wont fit in your kitchen... Thanks for the money. Have a good day. 1) The craftsman would get sued. 2) The craftsman wouldn't be in business anymore.Usually when I find a good person that has the enchants/patterns I need I go back to them because I know they are reliable and I don't have to worry about them ripping me off. Sure you may have stole 38g, but you probably lost much more if that person would have been buying a new upgrade later.Stupid Blacksmith.
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