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11-19-2010 @ 6:22PM
I believe the cannot use the SEED program outside of the US for payment and/or tax purposes. Along with that, it's likely they need real names for the same reason. As a solution to writers who want to at least get a chance, I don't suppose there would be any issue someone outside of the states writing a topic and granting legal permission for someone from the US to use it (guildy or friend maybe?). I'm sure you could email them to ask. Seems to be it would be fine since it would officially be coming from someone in the US, even if you aren't getting credit for it at least you'd know your words were up on a cool site.
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