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7-22-2009 @ 10:36PM
The last bit of drama (involving Tough Chickletz) has me confused.The Blizz GM took an item from another player and gave it to the ticketer, who claimed their loot had been ninja'd? Since when? I thought the person who received the item was the only one that could get it sent off to someone else.
7-23-2009 @ 12:05AM
I have to assume that by GM they mean Guildmaster.Blizzard doesn't get involved in ninja disputes. The only way to get an item transferred to another person is for the person who wrongly received it to put a ticket in. No one else can put a ticket in for that item.
7-23-2009 @ 4:35AM
@MazokuRanmaThe original post they linked to claims he submitted a ticket and the GM believed him. I'm inclined to believe they are referring to GameMaster (because who uses the term "submit a ticket" when referring to a GuildMaster?), but I was also under the impression that only the recipient of the item could submit a ticket."The Tough Chickletz A-hole opens a GM ticket saying he "won" the roll and I gave it to the wrong guy. The GM believes him and takes it from the tank, who did his job and didn't get stuck in the corner and die, and gives it to the fail-pug dps."If they did mean Guildmaster, we're looking at three separate guilds: Ninja's guild, Master Looter's guild, and Tank's guild. Ninja's guild would have no power in the matter. I doubt Master Looter's guild would be able to convince Tank to give up the item, or even care about persuading tank. Tank's guild might care, but seeing as they weren't in the run or Master Looting, they really had nothing to do with it.It also sounds like the item was unwillingly taken from the Tank, which points to Ninja submitting a ticket, But this doesn't make sense, because what reliable GameMaster gets involved in a ninja dispute and just takes the item from the recipient?
7-23-2009 @ 12:43PM
I don't think that Integrity's complain is based upon this Lynce guy getting the gear. Instead, it looks to me like they were angry about Vampiress whispering them.The main component that's missing are comments from the tank — who apparently was from another guild — as well as that tank's name. Whoever that was doesn't seem to be complaining, and I'm guessing that the G(ame)M(aster) spoke with that person before redistributing the loot. No complaint from tank=No issue. Personally, I don't think the situation makes Integrity or TC look like a guild I'd be interested in. I can understand why the WoW forum thread was deleted.Lesson: Avoid Pug'ing or, if you must, PuG more recent instances with people you know and have grown to respect after taking them along through older instances. You'd think most people would already know that.
7-23-2009 @ 3:37PM
The complaint is about Vampressive being an A-Hole. Vampressive is the Guild Master for Tough Chickletz. The only reason Integrity's Guild Master found out about the "ninja", was from the tank that lost the loot because of a Game Master ticket. So here is the order of events:1. Lynces (Tough Chickletz member) rolls highest, but is DPS.2. Loot is Master Looted by Integrity's Guild Master to the Tank that rolled the highest because it is tank gear.3. Vampressive then makes a comment to Integrity's Guild Master that Lynces got the item through a GM ticket.Even if what Vampressive says didn't happen, it doesn't change the fact that he is a d-bag.
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