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9-07-2009 @ 2:42PM
In my opinion, it doesn't really matter what the situation was, the guild leader handled it poorly. Regardless of what the rules were, he was obviously butthurt that he didn't end up with the item and took his bit of "revenge" for it. I expect guild leaders to put the guild and the individuals in it before themselves, and sometimes this means they have to do the mature thing and suck up a raw deal (although hopefully they make sure that that particular thing won't happen again as well). But furthermore, in this case, it didn't even necessarily need to be a raw deal, since it might have been possible to talk to the officer giving loot and the person who received it and they might have been mature enough to give him the item after all. At any rate, I wouldn't want to be in a guild where the guild leader throws hissy fits over loot anyways, so maybe it worked out for the best.
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