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9-07-2009 @ 5:00PM
The first paragraph could really be seen as context. I don't really care about their loot rules or who was what spec.The point is this: regardless of who got the item, if anyone thought it was incorrectly handled it should have been handled immediately and more maturely. Dear Mr. Passive Aggressive Childish Guild Master:Simple course of action:Step 1. Whisper Mr. Loot Master Letter Writer and say, "I don't know if you were aware of this or not, but we really prefer main spec over offspec. Please use this idea in the future for loot." You could leave it at this, but if you REALLY think you needed it (I disagree, but whatever), then move onto...Step 2. Whisper Mr. PGL (great abbreviation, whoever it was that used it) and tell him something to the affect of "I'm sorry to do this, but I really think that should have gone to main spec roll." Then see if he's willing to trade it to you outright. If that doesn't work, give him something in return; an I'm-sorry-this-happened gift (gold works).OR, skip step 1 and 2 and go straight to step 3:Step 3. Get over it and move on. It's loot. It will drop again. Or something better will drop.Sincerely,TissueForYourQQ
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