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7-05-2010 @ 2:50PM
I think the guild bank access is a game-changer: it makes it far more communal, which enables behaviour we haven't yet seen. For instance, guilds could ask their chefs, inscribers, leatherworkers and alchemists to put raid mats in the guild bank instead of hanging onto them; the creators can still access their goods if they need them, and raiders can get access to drums and scrolls without needing to ensure that their creators are around, and it gets around the problem of the guild chefs turning up, none of whom have farmed Fish Feasts that week. Similarly, I can imagine guilds putting free enchants and gems on just-won gear during a raid.
7-06-2010 @ 3:33AM
Yeah, mid-raid enchants would be huge for us. Each of us generally keeps some mats in our personal banks, and I for one have a Squire, but sometimes you need a few more Greater Cosmics. Mobile Guild Bank to the rescue!
7-06-2010 @ 12:08PM
This is an excellent idea. If a guild does scheduled breaks, we could summon the guild bank for those who just won loot to gem and enchant their stuff during the break. That would also make the rest of the content a little easier since people are wearing their new gear.
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