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12-17-2008 @ 2:28PM
See, assuming WoW lasts, I know my son will want his own account eventually (we share right now and wife shares with daughter though daughter isn't as interested in the game.)Does any WoW parent actually use this? I know I would give some parental aggro in their shoes if you get knocked off automatically.Sure it makes you watch the clock, but if *I* can't keep track of it when playing how is it fair to make my child keep track of it or else get auto-booted? That's my job to keep track of him.
12-17-2008 @ 2:39PM
I use it when my daughter loses track even after being reminded. Sign in, set it to boot her off, listen for the groan as she gets logged off. Yes, it's my job to keep track of her, but it's HER job to take responsibility for her own actions. Getting logged of is a consequence of not paying attention. At worst, she'll come back to a corpse.
12-17-2008 @ 2:43PM
Good. That I like. Able to manipulate it after the:"just one more pull dad!" doesn't fly I like.Now there's a tip to add to the main post with an edit.
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