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2-08-2010 @ 1:31PM
Yeah, sharing accounts is just bad play all around. If you want to excel your guild you need to have a distinct, reliable play type (and to an extent, personality). Sharing your account does not achieve this. I've been in guilds where people have done this and they usually just get pushed back for someone else in the guild who can be trusted to be consistent. And this just happens with it's two people. I can't imagine the erratic play style of five people sharing an account.
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