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2-08-2010 @ 6:12PM
I've been in several guilds composed of mostly real life friends, and in these circles it was often handy to have people's information. Though there was some structure to it, everyone didn't just have everyone's info, everyone had one or two other account's they could access. And our account information wasn't shared beyond this tighter inner circle of officers and guild leaders. It came in handy in raids where our sometimes odd raid compositions would make encounters difficult to impossible (think vanilla and BC raiding.) Despite being against the terms of service, it allowed us a lot more flexibility in the days before dual spec. If our priest healer couldn't log on that night, someone had to log his account to give the raid fort and shadow protection.
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