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5-20-2011 @ 9:45AM
Hmmm, I disagree. I asked the CS forum this exact question about a year ago because my stepson was approaching 18 and per the rules I had to create the account in my name a number of years ago when he was 14. I put his WoW account into his own bnet account too when it was time to do that. Per the blue response the name is changeable in this circumstance but you need to jump through hoops and provide documentation to Blizzard that should be possible if the request is legitimate.
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