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9-07-2009 @ 9:39PM
It's really hard to judge this situation without knowing what the loot rules are. Essentially what it comes down to is whether or not the Officer follow by his guild's loot guidelines. It sounds well within reason that he simply assumed it would be okay to give the warrior the mace, but that could have contradicted his guild's guildlines.Regardless, it doesn't excuse the GM's behavior. It was pety and unprofessional, and it strikes me as odd that he didn't speak out openly during the roll if he had a problem with it. He was either being a coward and didn't have the balls to bring the issue up in front of the guild, or he used the officer's demotion to turn the tables and subtly say 'don't mess with me.' Either way, the GM didn't handle things well at all. It's probably a good thing you got out of that guild.
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