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3-25-2011 @ 5:04PM
Think of it this way. My home state has given me a license to drive. I can't give it to anyone else, whether by sale, gift, or inheritance, because all the license does is let me drive -- I don't own it and have no interest to pass on to another. In much the same way, Blizz has licensed each of us to play in Azeroth, but we don't own anything we could pass on to another.Well, you arguably have a property right in the software you bought, but I have no idea whether the license to play with that copy of the game is separable from it. Theoretically, at least, your fiancee might be able to devise her copy of the game to you, and you could ask Blizz to set you up a new account on it, but that defeats the point of what you want it for.My condolences.
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