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4-16-2010 @ 9:55PM
I feel very fortunate to be in a guild made up of mostly RL friends and several couples who are all good honest people. Loot disputes are few and momentary and surprisingly friendly, ie... two people roll on something and one person realizes it's a bigger upgrade for the other person so tells them to take it, then there is the "no you take it, you won the roll" argument that ends quickly with someone who needs it getting it with no harsh feelings or bitterness from anyone. We all want what's best for the guild and each other which keeps peoples greed and ego's in check. It's too bad more guilds aren't that way.We don't have a strict loot rules, it's more or less a common courtesy that any polite caring people give each other.I think most loot disputes could be settled if more guilds and their members cared about something other then themselves, every time I see these loot disputes brought to light here or in other forums it amazes me how many greedy and mean people are in our society and that if more people would just treat each other the way they wish to be treated it would make our world (both Earth and Azeroth) a better place.
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