Battle.net WoW Accounts.

30 Human Warlock
365
Hi guys! I've played world of warcraft since TBC but i need some help. Me and my brother have played on the same account forever. But now when this battle.net account sharing my own account and hes is put together on the same battle.net account. And i heard that its again the rules except if its parent and child. But we are brothers and not parent and child. So i wonderd if its still unacceptable to do it with brother and brother in the same family?
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90 Troll Priest
5750
It's still against the rules. Parent-child does not equal brothers. The parent child thing is about dependency and account ownership.
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30 Human Warlock
365
02/23/2013 01:23 PMPosted by Monmonn
It's still against the rules. Parent-child does not equal brothers. The parent child thing is about dependency and account ownership.


Then.. I think im lucky that i havent been banned in all these years... Well its not on this account. Its on my EU account. But i wont tell you what account that is :P.
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90 Human Paladin
11615
02/23/2013 01:30 PMPosted by Wedlocken
It's still against the rules. Parent-child does not equal brothers. The parent child thing is about dependency and account ownership.


Then.. I think im lucky that i havent been banned in all these years... Well its not on this account. Its on my EU account. But i wont tell you what account that is :P.


Blizzard will do nothing to your account, I have 3 accounts linked to mine since B-net came out. plus you're paying what 30 a month + whatever you decide to pay, greed conquers all rules.
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90 Draenei Shaman
10410
I have known several people to share accounts without a problem....until there is a problem. Blizzard doesn't seem to go looking for account sharers, but will take action when it comes to their attention through any means. I say this simply from what I've observed over several years. So, I've seen accounts get banned after being shared for an extended period of time. One friend lost 3 max level toons that way---he was playing them on someone else's account, who had stopped playing. The other person returned to WoW, and was happy to find those 3 max level toons on HIS account. My friend complained "hey I leveled them, those are mine" and the whole account was banned.

The safest thing is, right from the start, don't share accounts.
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