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How not to get an enchant from me ever again.
comment 4 Written by on May 10, 2008 – 6:33 pm

(yes, this is a true story)

Step 1: As if anyone in the chat channel has an enchant that you want. A big one. Let’s say, Mongoose.

Step 2: Have someone switch over to an alt who has the enchant, and meet them somewhere.

Step 3: Oops! You forgot materials! Log off for 10 minutes on your banker, leaving said person standing aimlessly in front of the World’s End Tavern.

Step 4: Come back and trade the materials.

Step 5: Inform said alt that you “thought they’d just have the arcane dust and you didn’t need to bring it”. (Note that the enchant that you wanted required 40 arcane dust)

Step 6: When told that the enchanter, having just hit 375 enchanting recently, only has one arcane dust to her name, you leave for another 5 minutes and …

… go buy 39 arcane dust.

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4 Responses to “How not to get an enchant from me ever again.”

  1. That sort of behavior actually dictates naming and shaming.

  2. Grrrr.

  3. Another one that annoys me is folks “LF Enchanter” they don’t say what for. Depending on the person they have gotten nasty with me whan I don’t have the enchant they want. Hmmm oddly enough the guy wanted mongoose…a trend perhaps 😛

    Yours still takes the cake, what a tool.

    By Dechion on May 12, 2008 | Reply
  4. Ouch. Yeah. I would have given up and not waited for them, but gone out and done dailies or something. When they really needed me, and had all of the materials, they can come to me. I’m not sitting around doing nothing while they run around and gather (and regather) all the materials…

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