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4-08-2010 @ 2:14PM
I understand the thought behind not sharing computer but I would have to respectively disagree with that being some sort of policy for new recruits. Plain and simple, some people don't have the means to have their own computer and if the majority of guilds did that then a large group of people would be missing out on endgame experiences. Some of my top members have to share a computer and I have yet to have a single problem with it.As far as account sharing it's just not as cut and dry as everyone would like to claim it is.If I live under the same roof and pay bills (including WoW subscriptions) out of the same bank account with someone else they have every right to get on my account as I do theirs. Now when I do, which is very rare, I make sure to inform the guild that it is me. We have several couples in our guild that are in the same situation: living together, paying bills together. I feel it is not my place as an officer to kick them or ask them to stay off the other persons account, or to not recruit them because they live together and might share a computer or an account. I simply ask them to inform everyone that it is someone different. Should accounts be shared through friends? I agree that this is wrong, we do not allow it. I do think that before a decision about what to allow and what not to allow is made guild officers should look at all sides of the situation.
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