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5-31-2010 @ 11:28PM
My guild has no such policy, but giving guildies free items is a private policy of my own. If someone in guild tried to tell me I *should* do it or that I'm obligated to, I'd probably put the brakes on it very quickly. No one has a right to demand someone else's generosity.This is why I wouldn't even announce it in guild if I did get such an item. There's this sort of nebulous 'my home is your home' mentality that's present in guilds that does make them nice and feel like home, but can also make unreasonable demands on its members (such as times like this). It's not that unreasonable to expect not to charge guildies for services, such as cutting them a gem or enchanting a piece of gear. It starts getting into hinky territory the moment you begin insisting that members pony up the materials for such things and give them out free of charge to other guild members. The best thing for people to do is say 'congratulations' when one of your guild members wins a hilt or hits the jackpot with a rare WoW:TCG card and don't ask what they plan to do with it. It's theirs, not yours, not the guild's.
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