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5-20-2011 @ 9:42AM
Blizzard need to work on a way for parents to create accounts to transfer children's alts to once that child shows a desire to play more often.In my case I have 2 daughters that play on my account from time to time. But I can see in the future that they would want their own account and I would like to be able to transfer their alts to their account.As it stands, they will loose out on the work they have done if they decided to become a separate paying customer. Blizzard needs to find a way to not punish children who want to become separate paying customers.
5-20-2011 @ 11:50AM
From maclean37 just above:"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."It sounds like they will let you do that.
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