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5-01-2009 @ 2:20PM
I would've opened a ticket immediately. That interview yesterday was either the most insincere pile of crap in human history, or the dude is just plain stupid.This isn't altruism on my part or anything, it's just common sense. If you get your paycheck and there's an extra 25% in there, it's safe to assume it was a clerical error that will eventually be discovered. The last thing you should do is go on a shopping spree to rid yourself of the money before anyone notices it's there.The item tooltip outright says "cheater" on it. If the guy couldn't figure out he wasn't supposed to have that item, he can't be all that bright. With all the fan crying about balance and achievements on a day to day basis, it's common sense that a GM isn't intentionally sending someone an item that breaks the game, even if it only has 100 charges. As an apparent guild leader, he should've known better.He's paying the consequence he deserves. He knowingly broke the rules.
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