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9-04-2010 @ 8:08AM
All in all, I really thought that fools who pay in advance were extinct. On our server there is no chance someone would cash him out from guild funds because of his own stupidity.
9-04-2010 @ 8:15AM
@ AstalnarNot sure if you're trolling but I guess I'll feed you.The bad seed was using the good rep of his guild to profit from another player, i.e. cashing capital (earned by being a group of good people/ skilled players) for his personal gold. The bad seed was not only stealing from the poor player but from the guild as a whole.
9-04-2010 @ 11:18AM
It absolutely matters. It might be because I'm on a small server, but guilds get a reputation very fast and it's hard to shake. One guild in particular has been around since vanilla WoW but is furiously reviled to this day for the general lack of skill and bad behavior of its members. Many scheduled pug raids have the entire guild in their banlists. Individual players have to work quite a lot harder to gain such a reputation. A guild tag is much more common and more likely to generate negative associations.
9-05-2010 @ 4:51PM
@AstalnarI'm sure nobody on your server would make that mistake with someone in your guild. When dealing with player from a guild with a good reputation, its reasonable to assume you wouldn't get screwed over for your gold. @ Deb Montague I think it was commendable what you did to make things right and preserve the good reputation of your guild. An apology to the victim and a g-kick to the offender were absolutely necessary to prevent your guild from being seen as a bunch of ninjas. Refunding the 2500 gold took some class though, and shows that you were willing to go above and beyond to resolve an unfortunate situation.
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