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7-15-2011 @ 4:27PM
If they don't want you withdrawing items, they should put a daily cap on it, or protected tabs. Bad officers are bad.
7-15-2011 @ 4:35PM
The problem with enchants is that they stack into one big pile and are counted as one withdrawal. So you can pull out 3 stacks of enchants and get a huge number of enchants as opposed to just pulling out one at a time. You can't regulate how much of each stack you can take from the guildbank permissions.
7-15-2011 @ 5:12PM
Robin - Unless the bank is completely packed full, there's nothing to say things like enchants (and gems, now that stack) and the like, can't be stacked individually. Or, if it's a problem, the officers should full stacks locked away in a officer-only tab where they can move a single enchant scroll (or two or whatever) to an all-access tab.That having been said, yes, it's much easier to simply right-click a scroll and let it stack.
7-15-2011 @ 5:33PM
@The DewdEven if you individually separate out the enchants into stacks of 1, there's no stopping someone from restacking them in the guild bank then withdrawing them all at once.Anyone can move items around in a bank tab, arrange them, change how they are stacked, ect. There's no way to restrict that.
7-15-2011 @ 6:27PM
It's really easy- Low level enchants guild tab 1 (member access 1-2 stacks per day). Higher level enchants put in another guild tab with stricter access. With the way the guild is set up now there is no reason to have tons of crafted items plugging up your bank anyway. You can see what everyone in the guild can make and go to that specific person to make it if you need to. One of the more annoying things for an officer or GM is when people flood the guild bank with low level crap they made while leveling. I can't remember how many times I had to tell people "This is not your personal storage".
7-16-2011 @ 7:52PM
I think they should just break the lock off on guild banks, it's not like anyone DARES to even withdraw things anyway. The guild bank is nice in theory but nobody ever uses anything for fear of issues like this.
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