asking, “reminding” or
2. Scales do *NOT* Steal, whether
it be Ninja-looting, taking advantage
of someone in a trade, or any other
circumstance where you take something
that doesn’t rightly belong
to you. On a related note, Scales
return items they have borrowed
when asked to, or when finished
with them, whichever comes first.
3. Scales do *NOT* charge Scales
for services rendered, if the services
cost you nothing. This includes
spell-based Resurrections, Cures,
Buffs or any other spell or action
falling under that description.
A Scale may ask for coin equivelant
to what he expended in the creation
of items such as Armor, Weapons,
Jewelry etc. He may not charge
if the person asking for the services
supplies his own materials.
4. Scales charge a fair price
for Items sold to other Guild members.
5. Scales give aid when they can,
whether it be to Members or Outsiders.
This does not mean you have to
quit your group and go running
off everytime you’re asked
for something. It also doesn’t
mean you have to contribute to
the lazy people who sit around
and ask for Spare Money And Items.
6. Scales are *NOT* Bigots. A
True Scale judges a person on his
actions, not on his Race or Class.
In our travels, we have met many
kindly Necromancers, as well as
many greedy, thieving Paladins.
We have traveled with articulate,
intelligent Ogres, and met just
as many Erudites that thought everyone’s
name was “d00d”.
7. A Scale displays his Guildtag
Proudly. If you want to be anonymous,
use the /roleplay Command. (And
if you’re a Cleric (Come
rez me!), Druid (Can I get a SOW/Port?)
or Enchanter (Gimme Clarity!) you
can understand why Anon is important,
as it hides your race/class/location).
8. A Scale watches his Tongue,
and tries his best not to Curse
or use purposely hurtful language
to others. This does not mean we
expect people to be Angels, but that
we remember there are real people
on the other end of those toons that
might not appreciate "Colorful"
9. Scales only take from the Guild
Bank what they need, and contribute
what they Can. In fact, the best
use of the Guild Bank is the “Take
An Item, Leave An Item” rule.
These rules may be added to/changed
at any time, so please check this
page often. Thank you.
"Need Before Greed."