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11-09-2009 @ 12:34PM
It *might* go for repairs and materials, but for whom? I know of guilds where the only person allowed to draw on guild funds for repairs was the GM... and he did so.The guild tax wouldn't bother me so much, if there's a way to guarantee that you're getting something for it. The details are thin, so I'm speculating, but if a raiding guild imposes a tax on its members, and only a small subset of the membership is ever chosen to go on raids (the rest being told they are on "standby", and "your turn will come"), then I can see where the non-chosen guild members never get any real benefit.I know: they can just leave the guild. But up to the point where these changes take effect, there's no real penalty to leaving. After this, there will be. That is the point, after all.
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