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2-04-2008 @ 11:16AM
Regardless of what blizzard's ToS are, any player should be able to do what they want as long as it doesn't negatively affect other players.In this case, if trading accounts resulted in a ban it would cause a setback to the guild's progress which affects other players. Thus this is not acceptable.
2-04-2008 @ 12:52PM
If your GM gets himself banned for buying/selling accounts, he just screwed over his guild. That is the definition of 'negatively affecting' other players.Buying/selling accounts is against the ToS. By doing this, he's putting his entire guild's progression at risk, that's bad for each and every one of those players who show up for raids and put in the time and effort to down bosses.
2-04-2008 @ 12:54PM
Being the GM of a guild carries with it a responsibilty, key to that being that one should act in a manner that does not get half the guild banned.If one cannot act within the rules, one should not lead a guild.
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