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5-20-2011 @ 9:24AM
Hm, part of me is skeptical of your answer, but the situation I know of is not exactly parallel. Blizz does understand about kids growing up, the situation I know of was a child who'd shared the account with their parent, then turned 18 and wanted their own account. They did have to purchase the new licenses, of course, but Blizz was quite willing to transfer the child's character to the new account once it was set up. In the case you are citing, the parent apparently does not play, and that is a different situation. Common sense would dictate they would change the account information to the actual player once the player comes of legal age, but common sense isn't, so I can see your response as well.
5-20-2011 @ 9:54AM
"Signed,Dad who plays WoW too"I suspect the dad owns 2 accounts: one for him and one for the kid.
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