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12-10-2010 @ 6:50PM
Yes, I'd say the fault lays entirely with the guild. If the writer of the letter had been throwing a fit every time a piece of gear went to someone else? Then, yeah, they'd be out of line. But rolling on upgrades with the understanding that they'll be passed over if a member wants them? Completely and absolutely acceptable.I've been in guilds before that have had problems with people not rolling on upgrades because they're worried about looking greedy. I always wondered why that happened--apparently guilds like this one have turned them into paranoid nutcases.
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