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3-10-2011 @ 12:57PM
Considering the amount of frustration and unhappiness expressed by the scribe in question something tells me the situation isn't as clear-cut as the letter-writer expressed. Quite frankly, I agree it is absolutely irresponsible to sell something a guildmate helped you craft without consulting them. As a blacksmith, I'd be off crafting the ICC epic tank pants. People would tip me 500-1000 gold for the work because of the effort it took to train to that level, the time I took to craft up to that level, the sacrifices I took to earn that item, and the time I took to help them.I always did it for free for guildies. I'd never require tips. They'd have to supply their own materials most of the time but if they were short I'd chip in, too. If I suddenly found those pants on the AH crafted by me, I'd be justifiably ticked off.If someone said "I want to make these to sell them" I'd be "Sure, but you give me % of the cut."If the crafter was really slagging the seller hard, that's inappropriate too. But let's face it, people rant too. If I found out someone was selling my pants on the AH after I made them for THAT PERSON specifically, I'd probably have a few choice things to say.Partly because I'd want to make sure I'm not flying off the handle. Partly because I'd rather blow off steam to someone uninvolved before I go at the person who sold the item.
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