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8-30-2010 @ 4:12PM
@ambermist - first, I don't uprate my own comments... and you can only uprate once anyway. So, sorry, but it seems people agree with me. More to the point, what you ignore in your flailing attempt at reason is that social/casual guilds usually exist as homes for a wide variety of playstyles from raiding to running 5 mans, to solo questing or leveling a lot of alts. So in that kind of a guild, define 'contribute'. Any of those things or other styles like BGing a lot, are valid in a casual guild. All this asinine concept of 'freeloading' does is to drive wedges between people. Some people might only be able to play an hour a day and not even every day. In a casual guild now, that's accepted. But we're to believe it's freeloading in Cata? Why? How is this NOT causing drama where none needs to exist because PERKS AREN'T A SCARCE RESOURCE. If they were, I'd understand the issue, but perks aren't a limited resource, so who cares if guildie X can buy a rare pattern when they might not have contributed as much as guildie Y? As long as everyone who wants it can buy it, how is anyone hurt by this?
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