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10-05-2010 @ 6:13AM
I've heard rumours that Blizz are introducing an in-build feature to the guild roster that lets you automatically see which characters belong to the same account. But I've heard very little about this, despite it seeming to be so massively useful.Here's the question: *if* they are implementing an in-game link between alts then could they set the guild cap to be at 600 accounts, rather than 600 characters? I'm assuming that they want to introduce the cap because the number-crunchers were having difficulty when 600+ people were levelling and getting guild points at the same time. But this problem wouldn't be an issue with alts, as a player can only play one characters at a time.Hope that makes sense.
10-05-2010 @ 10:32AM
Well, /ginfo displays information on the number of characters and accounts in your guild, so your idea wouldn't be much of a stretch. They already can differentiate between the two.
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