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2-08-2010 @ 6:20PM
If you are mature and can avoid drama, there is no reason for you to not share your account with someone you trust.I have been sharing accounts in MMOs for 10 years. I had an account I owned banned 3 years after I quit EQ. I hadn't payed for the account for 5 years at the time, so it was no loss to me at all.Like anything else in life, if you lend something to someone, don't expect to ever get it back. Be glad when you do, but don't expect it back. Follow this rule and you will never be disappointed.
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