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2-04-2011 @ 1:00PM
@OrangedudeBefore you start making assumptions about what I do and what I don't understand, why don't you read my posts.If you look a my first post I say "I'm going to assume that the situation happened just as Sense presented it" even though as I say in my second post "we are only getting one side of the story, and it stands to reason we are getting a biased perspective from Guildie A's stand point." You can assume something else happened if you want to, but you have no basis for it and it does absolutely nothing to counter my arguement.Notice, Guildie A didn't say Guildie B crafted all 8 cards he needed from the 60 stacks of herbs. In fact all we know for sure is that Guildie A bought the last one and had Guildie B craft some cards (but not necessarily the right ones). We don't know if he got all 7 of the other cards from Guildie B's crafting. As I said in my second post that is highly unlikely, but it is possible.Guildie A, could have also taken some of the cards he had crafted by Guildie B and traded them for the cards he needed. Maybe he sold some of them and bought other cards he needed. There is a wide range of possibilities, but all of those are just guesses.If you go by what Sense posted as I said I did, then Milling 60 stacks of herbs and turning them in to cards should take less then 30 minutes if done in a relatively efficent manner. As someone who understand how Darkmoone cards work I know that is entirely possible.If you want to assume Guildie B was crafting for almost 4 hours so that Guildie A could get his card, that is your choice, but you should also know it's just a guess and not really based upon the information provided.
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