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52 Night Elf Hunter
I was on my shadow priest earlier, doing dailies and getting some Black Prince rep in Krasarang when I came across a rare spawn. Kar Warmaker. I had no idea what he could do, but he looked like a good time! WHEEE!
One CR later...
I saw Limbz taking out some mobs nearby and asked if he'd like to join me in taking down the rare. He was nice enough to invite me (he'd pulled just as I was sending my tell). We took down the mob together and Kar dropped a rep boost item for Shieldwall, as well as the Steadfast Footman's Medallion.
I asked in group if he'd prefer to greed on the items (as some people get upset when things are "needed"), and he answered "need on the epic". The only issue was, he answered after we rolled. He "need" and me "greed".
Now, he COULD have just taken the item and ditched. He'd won it technically (and I'd gotten lucky and won the rep item already). Instead, he offered a reroll to me, and we both rolled random 100. I got a 97 I believe, and he got an 84.
He instantly traded me the trinket.
I just wanted to post this to say thank you to Limbz for not being one of those players that's untrustworthy and just out for himself. I appreciate your level of courtesy and it makes me glad to see people like you are still in the game. I found what you did and the way you presented yourself to be very honorable.
Edited by Shaadrah on 12/20/2012 10:14 PM PST
I am so glad to see our guild members being nice to others in the game. We believe in teh Golden Rule in our guild and respect for all players. We will make sure and give Limbz some kind of bonus to set an example for others in our guild.
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