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7-08-2009 @ 4:43PM
ok this is weird with it being individual. I understand why but here's a hypotheticalMy guild goes into ulduar 25, clears up to Yogg can't kill Yogg, and decide to not extend it. But I personally choose to extend it.I could go into trade and sell my raid ID for a Yogg kill? without interfering with my guilds re-clearing of Ulduar?
7-08-2009 @ 5:18PM
I suppose you could.Of course, guild might even do that, and put the money in the guild bank. I'm sure if your guild caught you doing it they'd be pissed thinking the money belongs to all of them, since they all contributed. but a guild itself selling the lockout I can easily see thatI don't think there is much wrong with that idea. A guild decides they've wiped enough and sells the lock to another guild. Not sure who or how or why but I imagine there would be a buyer. And all you're really doing is giving someone the opportunity to see a boss without fighting all the trash and spending hours on earlier bosses they may have seen already. Consider every Uld pug that can't get past the antechamber. Many people haven't seen much past XT, selling a lock out to a guild would be a favor to them. Maybe they'd wipe on the harder bosses, but hey it's their choice.
7-09-2009 @ 11:33AM
Seems to me the trade off is you would get the money but would also be locked in for another week and could not work on farming Uld with the rest of your guild. Assuming your raid as a whole opts not to extend, but you personally do, the guild has no cause for complaint (unless you fail to meet your guild obligation for raids being locked out) as they chose to opt out of extending.What I wonder about this is what happens to the /kick ed PUG? Can he extend and screw others out of the raid if he gets there first (say Guild raids w-th-f and the Pug Gets in there Tuesday?)
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