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Post by Tember » Sat Jul 22, 2017 12:45 pm

I can understand when houses are at war and we trade off by raiding each other's essence room.

But players stealing items out of the guild halls and MT halls, it is not roleplaying. Its not hard to gen these days and gather items, and if you are too sorry to do so, or don't have the time, then you should find other ways to get items. Because stealing them just takes away from someone else's game time, and it's just not fair.
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Re: Thievery

Post by Uthanatos » Sat Jul 22, 2017 1:27 pm

After some research I have determined that no items were stolen from the SM guild hall, they were DTed
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Re: Thievery

Post by Noshkapana » Mon Jul 24, 2017 7:21 am

I'm pulling this out of the Game Suggestion thread, into here, since I think this is the more appropriate thread to continue in.
Uthanatos wrote:Based on the note I saw in the guild hall ... it's intended for guild use...
I'd say, what guild use?

Dumping on another's experience in the name of some non-existent cause is a pretty lousy thing to do.

The owners, of the vast majority of the items, were easily determinable. Most of those which were not, could have been from inquiry, or paying attention to what SoulMasters are currently doing in the game. At the end of the day, it seems like the culprit simply didn't care about what anyone else was doing.

Personally, I hope the hammer drops hard on this person.
Everyone's a hero in their own way,
In their own, not that heroic, way.
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