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6-21-2010 @ 2:39PM
I agree with you, especially on the point that as a GM, I /DON'T/ want to be the one that has to make that call. The reason being that these were points that the group worked up to, and then were put in my hands to decide how all that effort was spent. At least with loot or rare drops, the RNG (at least in my guild) decides who gets that reward objectively.That being said, I don't get everyone's QQ at Scott here. He made a sound argument and his opinion just differs from most other people (which is strange because last week it seemed like everyone and their mother was crying foul at guild talents removal, and only a couple people were pointing out the advantages). I think his points were valid and his opinions backed up. I, as well, would have liked to see an example of some of the bigger and smaller talents they were planning on adding, and I enjoy the idea of being able to customize a guild.So its fine to disagree with the writer here, but let's not attack him. There may have been some QQ-y parts in his article, but he's miles above the shit you see on the forums.
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