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3-10-2010 @ 2:57PM
Just as jealouspirate already mentioned, you can't expect that kind of kindness everyday. Just last week, I was in a PUG VoA25 and the master looter accidently looted PvP Mage pants to a Shaman (Shaman rolled for them too D:). Instead of handing it to the mage with the highest roll, he was trying to sell it. In the end, he left the raid WITH the pants.In a game where your real identity is hidden behind an avatar, it's easy to pull of jerk stunts like that without any real punishment. It's sad that it is this way, which is why it's so nice to hear about people who are genuinely kind and helpful to others when they don't have to be.
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