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2-04-2011 @ 2:56PM
Lot's of great debate here, but we don't have nearly enough information to reach a proper conclusion. I completely agree that with better communication, the damage could have been reduced/eliminated. If this is a hard core progression guild and "Emma" (lol) was a core raider, then it is inexcusable to throw away a current dps boost for something you may or may not pick up from raid loot.If Emma is new to the guild and his guild mate is a long-standing guild member with a lot of friends in the guild, why wouldn't he vent his frustration to them? Especially given the suspicious (from the scribes POV) post-to-AH-and-afk-for-a-day scenario.When I craft for guild mates, it is always under the assumption that it is somehow for the benefit of the guild. Enchants are always free with mats, but if a guild mate wanted me to enchant a scroll for their own profit, I would help out once without comment and then ask for a cut the next time around.
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