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2-08-2010 @ 3:51PM
I have a few raiders who do log into each other's characters from time to time. They're both solid players, they're a real life couple, and they have authenticators. They have RL accountability for their misbehavior, so it just doesn't happen. Use of Ventrilo (communication) is typically helpful because they'll usually tell me if they're on the other toon. Account sharing is bad (risky for viruses and stuff) but sometimes it can be a necessary evil. The last thing you want to have happen is to have your net cut out and stay out while doing master looter on the last boss in a raid instance. I telephoned one of my officers and walked him through getting into my account (including reading him the authenticator code) so he could finish doing loot. Had I not done this, there may have wound up some negativity on my credibility as a raid leader.
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