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2-08-2010 @ 1:31PM
It might be a good time to go over your rules for the guild and include a "people who share accounts, not welcome" policy or something like that. Well, maybe not as cold as that, but if it compromises your guild, you gotta set things in motion to protect it, you and your members.
2-09-2010 @ 1:22AM
I would advocate being exactly that cold.In one of my previous guilds, we had an issue with someone who let his brother play his account. Every time he did something dumb or annoying, he claimed it was his brother playing. And when we could actually confirm that his brother was on, he would always say "no, I never did that, I didn't even play that day." So it was always a game of pointing fingers at each other, in an attempt to remove responsibility for any actions.The worst was how we actually found out his brother played. It was in the middle of a raid (Naxx) that we noticed him doing stupid things like standing in fires, using Mocking Blow (he wasn't a tank) and generally being an idiot. We whispered him to ask him WTF is up with you, and he says oh this isn't so and so, I'm his brother. ಠ_ಠMultiple personalities just usually tends to lead to bad things. It's always the other person's fault, of course. Better to avoid the situation altogether if possible.
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