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Does anyone know if it's okay to share an account, with this I mean that I pay half of the price for example, and get to create half of the characters. ( I didn't find this in the FAQ :S, I guess the answer is probably no though, since they allow so many chars per account. oO )
 

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Well, I thought so, but what about the same person on two different computers? or two persons on the same computer? ( laptop , stationary computer, etc ) :S OO, I did some more reading on that link.... I have to say that it sucks, but I guess it's the only way for blizzard to protect against what I stated above...

I think if I buy WOW, I should be able to play it on both my stationary computer and my laptop, or if I travel a lot between two places were I live on both my stationary computers.
 

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Yeah you can. And you also can share accounts. Theres no way they can find out. I share an FFXI account with a friend of mine and we both play on diferent houses. Not at the same time obviously-
 

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ChankastRules said:
Well, I thought so, but what about the same person on two different computers? or two persons on the same computer? ( laptop , stationary computer, etc ) :S OO, I did some more reading on that link.... I have to say that it sucks, but I guess it's the only way for blizzard to protect against what I stated above...

I think if I buy WOW, I should be able to play it on both my stationary computer and my laptop, or if I travel a lot between two places were I live on both my stationary computers.
you have the right to install the game on more than one computer that you own, which is stated in the EULA:
Licensor hereby grants, and by installing the Game Client you thereby accept, a limited, non-exclusive license and right to install the Game Client for your personal use on one (1) or more computers which you own or which are under your personal control.
however, that has nothing to do with your original question. if you read the Terms of Use here, you will see the following:
You may not share your Account with anyone, except that if you are a parent or guardian, you may permit one (1) minor child to use the Account instead of you (in which case you may not use that Account at the same time).
so if you get caught sharing the account with someone, you are violating the Terms of Use and therefore subject to temporary suspension and even permanent termination of your access.
 

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you have the right to install the game on more than one computer that you own, which is stated in the EULA:
Read the link RZetlin posted.... looks like you get trouble trying to do this, even if it says you can in the EUKA.
 

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i share my account with my brother, have so for months now, no problems. If anything i could use the eula to make it ok. We obviously dont play at the same time though
 

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I wouldn't be off of my account long enough to let anyone else play it.. :D.
 

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You technically aren't allowed to in most cases, but if you can make sure to be off when they're on, technically two or more people could play on the same account. I'll tell you right now though that's much easier said than done. Of course, if something bad happens to your account because of the other people sharing your account, Blizzard will probably tell you the same thing as would happen in most MMOs: too bad.
 
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