On the US server Heartseeker, an NPC trader recently had a really good deal. Tons of materials collected to open Ahn'Qiraj in WoW Classic Phase 5 in the past few weeks and months ended up in virtual nirvana for a few gold. The reason was apparently a dispute between players from two communities who had previously formed a guild.
In our article WoW Classic: Preparation for phase 5 we summarized in May which materials the Horde and Allianz players have to find on each Classic server in order to meet one of the two requirements for opening Ahn'Qiraj. With most guilds eager to tackle Ahn'Qiraj's new raid challenges as quickly as possible, it is not surprising that many of these communities have already filled Twinks' banks, pockets, and mailboxes with bars, leather, herbs, and bandages.
On the US server Heartseeker, however, tons of AQ-Mats have now disappeared into virtual nirvana. Specifically, a player passed on all stored materials from his own guild to the next best NPC dealer. But see for yourself:
The reason for the action was apparently a guild dispute. Specifically, the players from two communities had formed a new guild, and according to one Player on Reddit there are said to have been disputes during the mutual sniffing phase. The focus was probably primarily on the raid setup or the question of how many players from the two communities are considered for the limited number of places in the raid. "Things were said, the mood warmed up, and then the officer in charge of the AQ-Mats decided to stand in the spotlight for a short time."
How does it look: Have you ever experienced a comparable guild dispute in an online RPG? How about the drama factor on your WoW (buy now for 14.99 €)-Classic server? Do they love each other or does the tree burn? We are looking forward to your anecdotes.
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