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Nov 14th 2011 5:09PM Not sure if its been posted in the 5 pages of comments, but I have personally received cookies through the mail.
Oct 31st 2011 3:27PM I have had some personal experience in a situation that actually pales to this, but had a similar complexion. She may need real world help getting away from this creep-ex, and that should take precedent. That said, here is some advice for handling the in-game end of things.
A few things to remind the abused woman if she is still interested in playing WoW.
1) Get him off your RealID.
2) Do not let other people find you via common friends RealID. You can disable this in your account security settings.
3) Unfortunately, if you sign up for a name change, but keep the same faction and server, people who have you on their normal (non-RealID) friends list will have your name change on their list. You may opt to change server or factions. If you liked your server, you may wish to change back afterwards.
4) Simply do not be in the same guild, group, raid, etc. with the ex.
5) People that know and use real-names -or- your old character name should probably stop doing so, if you come back to your old server.
Sep 27th 2011 9:10PM Have to agree. I had a character named Morrígan, from Irish/Celtic mythology (not dragon age!). the í is the correct spelling in that situation.
Sep 19th 2011 4:38PM I would say, that for a small social guild, the only real rule you need is: Don't be an asshole to each others or other people.
As your guild builds, you may want to have more specific policies, but don't become overwrought writing everything down at first. As the guild grows, your policies can grow.