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2-28-2011 @ 9:25AM
My first guild had a policy regarding raid drops (at the time Nether Vortexes as we progressed through SSC). It was agreed upon in a guild meeting in vent, that they would all go into the guild bank to be used by the active raiders as they needed them. The real scenario is that it was a back-door deal where they all went to the officers. This all became clear when I had the mats for a couple of craftable pieces that just needed vortexes to complete. I requested the two vortexes I needed, but was shot down multiple times by multiple officers. It's not like I wasn't a regular raider, I was 2nd in attendance, ahead of the raid leader, the guild leader and every single officer. When I called out the officers for this back-door deal, what I got was a diatribe from the raid leader about how they REALLY belonged to the officers and not the raiders. Needless to say, that was the end of my relationship with that guild. Personally, I agree with what Scott said at the very beginning. "Concerned . . . You're right and he's wrong, end of story." You got them as a raid group, they belong to the raid group. Any gold you get from the sale of these items should go toward the raid group (be it flasks, feasts, enchants, gems, repairs, etc.)
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