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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?
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