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4-13-2009 @ 2:27PM
MehBoth me and my brother let this person we've known for over a year in game play on our separate accounts. It's actually really nice because when he's on, I'm free to do other things while he heals a few wings of Naxx for me, while I play some Left 4 Dead =D. Plus I'm not, nor have I ever been, nor would I WANT to be, a guild officer...so it won't effect anyone but us. The guy who plays it used to be in the best alliance raiding guild on my server before he stopped playing his priest. He's playing a pally and a rogue, which he's never actually tried (but understood the general mechanics before even signing onto one of our accounts), but he's pro, so he helps us out with gear and badges, while he plays for free, so it's win-win tbh. He also plays on his GF's hunter and gets gear & badges for her too. I think people who are against account sharing just haven't found trustworthy people to do it with. And tbh...it's just a game. It's not like I'm sharing a social security number or anything serious like that. If anything bad ACTUALLY happened, I'd be to blame, but at the same time, it's just a game lol. TL;DR version: you should of read =P
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