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5-31-2010 @ 1:41PM
The battered hilt thing:First off, they have *no* right to say who you should/can sell your items to. You won the hilt and deserved every penny of the sale. The fact you discounted it means you should have been getting praised, not yelled at.My guild has a "do for guildies free, if possible" but no one in their right mind would hand over a hilt. (They also sell for 10-12k on my server.) We give away enchants, we stock pile mats like crusader orbs, and we have even bought a primordial saronite or two for our main tank. But when on a GUILD run of PoS and the hilt dropped it was STILL every man for himself. We know each other. We all work at the same company. We are all friends in real life and when the rogue won the hilt, he turned right around and offered it to the GM AT COST (10k) with the agreement the GM could pay over time, instead of all at once. The GM accepted (he had been farming it for a few weeks) and it took him 3 weeks to pay the rogue, but he paid every penny, and happily. And many of us even thought it was cool of him to sell it on the low end to our GM instead of the high end price.Your loot, your call. But at the end of the day you should only help as much as you are comfortable, and NOT by someone else's measure. Plus if the dude was willing to pay for it, then they should just shut it. It was between you and him, not the guild.
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