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3-12-2012 @ 11:19AM
There isn't a rule that says you can't use your own realm. The whole contest is basically on the honor system. Actually, it's not even a contest - more of a challenge: "See if you can do this..." so no one's really keeping score. Although there are certain stats you can check - like number of deaths - there is no way to know if someone really followed all the so-called rules.There are special guilds set-up so Ironman players can socialize, but you don't have to join one (they disband and reform as soon as the guild dings a level, so they stay within the rules). It's really not that formal of an event. As a matter of fact, some of the "rules" are actually suggestions, such as picking your character at random. Some people choose their race and class, and they are still considered playing by the rules by most, as far as I know.It's really just a friendly challenge.
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