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2-08-2010 @ 3:38PM
Seems like an over reaction to me, since both officers said "Let me check with the Guild Leader".However, the excuse does not seem very good to me. If they all play wow, they all have their own characters, why are they asking for a character that it is not their main.As for account sharing, I have done this so that I can have access to enchants and gem cuts when i'm not around or my buddy isn't on.Also, some people have multiple accounts tied to their battlenet account, so they can have more then 1 character logged on at a time depending on the account it is tied to.Personally, I dont agree with the TOS. Its your account, if you want to run that risk that should be on you. I'm sure alot of people wont agree with me, but thats just the way I see it.
2-08-2010 @ 3:51PM
Unless I'm mistaken, the ToS is at least in part to cover Blizzard's butt, so when the unintelligent people who pass out their account info get things stolen by other users or hacked (and, in many cases, have things taken from their guild as well when guilds are not careful) Blizzard can leave them with their consequences. "Oh ho ho, you shared your account! Well, we can ban you to protect others, and we don't have to give you your stuff back either."It's not just you who's affected by your account in this type of a game, ESPECIALLY if you are in a guild.
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