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1-30-2009 @ 10:48PM
Of course you are safe! (but only if you want to be..lol)While I admit getting free stuff, I did not admit to keeping it. The only things I do keep are the female stuff like flowers & pets. The gold & anything else, I send back. If I am sent a gem/ore to my Horde JC that I need to level, I always send back to the donor the item's gold worth based on WOWHead... I probably could exploit those guys, as well as a few others, but why? That could only cause issues. I love being in both these guilds and am a very active member in the Horde guild (I manage the website, assit in leveling others, etc..). I would rather be able to exchange info and tips, be welcomed into instances/raids, etc... then to have a bank of goodies & gold and no one to play/quest/group/raid with. I have actually watch two other female players get banned from several guild because of this behavior. It is a shame for one because she is actually a pretty good player.. but who wants the drama. I admit to having some fun being a female, but I would never do it to harm another or to the exploit ends you may think. I also am very aware of my audience and try to respect all sides. Most say I am too nice, but I am OK with that. Hey! I don't strip my BE & dance on mailboxes!! Though I know a few male players have found this lucrative when using their female toons... lol.
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