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7-15-2011 @ 6:16PM
1. Great song. Chevelle is a good group (and from Chicago) 2. I think both Mama's got trolled. I mean wtf does anything have to do with someone having a spinal condition? Is that some sort of way to see if we feel sympathy for him? Has totally nothing to do with his story- only to set up his ending comment "spineless is seattle"? Tacky. 3. Mr. Spineless get over yourself. You took the goods (if this is even true) not your friend. 4. If it was low level stuff your GM should thank you. I run a smallish leveling guild and I wish more people would use the low level stuffs as pdub also stated. People tend to take out things and then replace them with crystal vials they fished up. Can't understand that one. 5. As a GM I monitor the guild withdrawals from time to time. The only time I would talk to anyone about it is if they logged on and took their limit every day for a couple days and logged out. It would also depend on what they took. If it were items they couldn't use or items I know fetch a good amount of gold I would have an issue. In my guild I don't allow initiates access to withdraw. Members get 1-2 stacks per tab but only have access to first 3 tabs. I tell people not to put high level things in the first 3 tabs but people don't always listen/read. To some extent If it's there you should take it. If it was a newly promoted member that's one thing but if it's a legit member of the guild who has been around for a while- they have the right to take what they want- if they want to sell it, use it for an alt, give it to a buddy, whatever. That's what it's there for. 6. You should promote people on level of trust and how helpful they are to the guild. With the guild finder now there are plenty of low level ninjas going from guild to guild to see what they can see. Don't give them access to the guild. They will usually leave within the hour or day depending on how patient they are.
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