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2-09-2010 @ 11:07AM
I haven't read all of the comments, but from my own experiences with account sharing, the only times I've been okay with it have fallen under the following circumstances:My husband logs onto my character to accept a raid invite when I'm pulling into the driveway having rushed home after taking too long on an errand or something. This would go the other way as well except that my husband no longer raids.My friends and their respective husbands probably log onto each others' accounts, and in those situations, I wouldn't expect less.In my guild there is a father/son, brother/brother, and used to be a set of three brothers.All of them could log in on other accounts to perform things for the guild. Son logging onto father's jewel crafter to cut a gem for a guildie, or in the case of the two brothers, we've had them both play each others' characters, and both are good at playing both toons.However the son doesn't log on to play his father's toons, either because he was told he couldn't, or he doesn't feel comfortable. Except that they account xferred one of his father's toons to the son's account which then became one of the son's characters.Those situations are perfectly fine with me. My husband doesn't play my characters, and for that I'm grateful. LOL I'm protective. Though if he needed flasks or something, I wouldn't care if he transferred mats to my alchemist and made them, then traded back.
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