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2-08-2010 @ 1:17PM
If these five people don't see why this is an issue or can't understand why it would cause concern or confusion for officers and other members, then they shouldn't be allowed back. Regardless of what they do, the guild should have clear policies on whether or not sharing accounts is acceptable. My guild has a written rule/code that if you log on your friend / SO's account, you should always identify yourself in gchat and to anyone who whispers you as your real identity. You are generally discouraged from raiding on someone else's toon unless it is to fill some unfillable roster spot. You will ensure that others are informed of your identity and accept any and all responsibility should issues or confusion arise due to you not being on your own character.
2-08-2010 @ 5:07PM
This is exactly what my husband and I do when we log into each other's accounts for whatever reason. We don't even PLAY each other's characters. If either of us logs the other, it's usually for crafting or other reasons and we immediately let the guild know that "Oh hey, it's not -soandso-, it's me playing their character for a minute." I don't think sharing accounts with people on a regular basis is that safe to be honest but if you're going to do it, you have to let people know.
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