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5-19-2009 @ 8:47AM
I am sorry by putting in the weak justification its just like the key to eye it gives me the impression that it was handled differently than expressed. #1 as an officer you have to put the health of the guild over your own wants. I dont believe this is what happened it seems more likely that he made his case of why he should get it to the other offiicers and not discussed how it should be handled. #2 it was never opened up as a guild discussion which in the case of loot, which is what it is , is always a bad idea. To obliquely decide to pass it to an officer with no prior guild discussion just suggests that there is favoritism. Not that I am saying how the other healers maybe handling it is right. If they are refusing to heal that is completely immature and would just make me feel they don't deserve the fragment. But reading between the lines that may just not be true. It seems that this officer is looking to be told what he did was right. Should he have gotten it? I think an officer whos main is healing should be the 1 to get the fragments 1st. They are more invested in the guild and the guild should get the benefit of having that mace being used on behalf of the guild.
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