Napa Valley, I need your help. I find myself in a moral dilemna. In order to properly assist me, you will first need to know the story that precipitated this predicament. I have a vendor shop in felluca at a very popular locale. I provide a multitude of products at VERY reasonable prices. (check it out). This morning i was stocking the vendors with exceptional products at VERY reasonable prices, when a blue happens to stop by. At first I figure this person was just browsing through my wonderful vendors, so i continue to stock them with the least bit concern for my personal safety. In addition this person was from a highly "R"espectable guild that all of napa holds in the highest esteem for their honor, high recruiting standards, and their L33t pvp skills. After a few moments of standing there, this player seems to be casting explosion. I am confident that he is probably just about to initiate a conversation to compliment me on the prices of my vendors and that his explosion macro is just part of his typing. But alas he turns grey. At this point I realize i am about to die with all the stock yet placed on my vendor. As my life flashes in front of my eyes and realizing the hours of hard work spent making these exceptional products will be in vain; I come to my senses and realize that I am not on my crafter but my very gimped out bushido archer. The explosion hits me like a wall of bricks but my quick thinking and most likely the auto-attack result with AI unleashed upon the aggressor. The explosion was the last spell this miscreant was able to cast, because another AI was unleashed and he took off like a bat out of ----. At this point i was in full gimp noob mode and proceed to moving shot him to death. I figure the miscreant has learned his lesson, not to attack a poor guy stocking his vendors and return to stocking my reasonably priced vendors. After a few moments the above referenced delinquent returns with two of his guildies, who taunt me, call me a noob trammy and other hurtful names. I determine at this point that discretion is the better part of valor and bolt for the nearest guard zone. The evil aggressor hastily decides that no measley guard zone shall stop him from exacting his revenge on little old me, and promptly casts another explosion, and is just as promptly whacked with a hally to his face by my benevolant benefactor Linda. As I wipe the sweat from my brow, I realize that his two fellow guildies are hovering over his dead body which still seems to be clothed. Never one to miss a chance for a little pvp action, i toggle AI and proceed to attack the nearest guildie. My bow is swift (40 ssi 165 stam) and hits with lightning and this evil red guildie takes a seat. I quickly check the body for any loot, but all he had was pots, which he probably should have used. After dispatching this formidable foe, I begin to chase down the other evildoer, but he seems to adopt my former strategy of running. I figure this guy must have his guildies suit that dropped because this guild always cross heals and support each other in the field making it hard for me to kill them every time with odds of 1 v 4 or greater. But i digress. I catch this poor guy and he decides to take a nap in front of me, probably exhausted from all his running. I proceed to check his corpse. He must have been unable to reinsure his guidlies items, because on his body I find a noncursed pendant of magi, staff of the magi, ornament of the magician, 1/3 crap ring, crap lrc sleeves and 70 resist mr2 19 lrc gloves. Now here is the aforementioned dilemna, do i reward this miscreant and his fellow delinquents who have sullied the name of a great guild, at least prior to its reincarnation, and tried to kill a poor trammy stocking his VERY reasonable priced vendors, and return his stuff. or do I keep the stuff. I beseeach you Napa, please help me with this moral conumdrum that I find myself in. My friend has recomended outfitting my vendor with the items to give warning to all evildoers, that karma will bite them in the ---, which has merit . But I will leave it up to you Napa, what to do with these items.