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5-31-2010 @ 7:56PM
Concerning the battered hilt I think the player who sold it is hard done by. The sheer cost of the item and what you could get with that cash mean that selling it at market value might just get you a crafted ICC 25 item. I can't see how one could be obligated to give it away. The buyer should be grateful with the discount and if they wanted it for free no one made them give the 6k away. They can farm it all day and chances are they would get it eventually. I find it astonishing that battled hilt still sells so well. they are a plethora of better weapons available quite early on in ICC and with ICC getting buffed so much most PUGs are reaching them, and if you don't raid then why do you want it?With regard to 'ethics' of the hilt it really is a tricky one. It is most likely its been found in a cross server PUG. No one has any loyalty to each other and all could probably use the cash. An item of this value I think needs to be reflected in the rolling. It is very different from the 20g or so an abyss crystal from a DE is worth. Our guild treats BoE items like this too. We have 6 times the normal minimum bid in guild raids. Cash is a vital asset too and we treat it such.The emailer about the abyss crystals is certainly in a tricky position. I personally would keep hold of the crystals until the guild settles down and then decide. No point returning them for someone else to help themselves as seems to have befallen some of the other assets. If the guild stabilises then return them. If not then share them with the others in the same position as you.
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