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5-31-2010 @ 4:23PM
I agree with the above comments about the Abyss Crystals. They should be divided amongst the remaining members. While the enchanter disenchants loot from raids, the mats do not become the enchanter's. Other players may not be able to obtain them on their own. For example, someone who only has one 80 can only have two max level professions. While I realize you can max a profession between 70 and 80, as I've done with enchanting and engineering, not everyone has an alt of that level either. The fair thing to do would be to leave them in the guild bank or deposit a reasonable amount of gold for them. A policy I've seen commonly used is to deposit 1/2 AH price for anything you take from the bank if it's for a character in the guild, 100% AH price if it's for an alt that's not in the guild.In regards to the battered hilt, screw them. As for those who pass on it when it drops, I honestly wouldn't. I would roll on it, and sell it myself. I have a couple characters that can use it, but it'd be replaced. The only thing worth having it for would be for RP as I'm on an RP server, but even then... I can think of better weapons to use for RP. I don't care if someone else in a 5 man can use it. I will roll on it anyway. And I'll roll need. Of course whenever I get in a run that will potentially drop it, I state that intention at the start and suggest anyone else who wants it to also roll need. I even screen shot it in case an issue arises. I also do this any time I sell a high-priced item.Lastly, about the person with the loot system issues... I think it's bad form to take loot when you KNOW you're going to transfer to another guild or server. If you mention it to an officer, be prepared to be removed from the guild or not given loot intentionally. However, still profess interest in pieces that are upgrades. Let the officers decide to give or not to give it to you. But definitely I'd start applying to other guilds. If you get kicked, just respond to pug requests. You may not get as far as you normally do but at least you're able to keep raiding and most pugs don't do stupid rules like that. Especially look for mostly guild runs as they often will invite you to guild if you express interest and they think you would be a beneficial member. At the very least they'll refer you to apply, but raiding with their members is a good way to get known.Best of luck you three.
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