Tuesday, September 16, 2008
I just picked out the most interesting rules in the EUALA and CoC and listed them here for you all:
-You are permitted to buy, sell, and trade accounts, although Mythic does not support it and will not help if a deal goes bad. But it's allowed, much unlike WoW's policies.
Contradictory game agreements, oh how I hate you so. The EUALA says "account sharing is strictly prohibited, only you can ever access your account, don't ever share your password it's against the rules," and yet the CoC has a section specifically saying that account buying, selling, and trading is allowed, but how can that be allowed if account sharing isn't allowed? The EUALA says you are not allowed to give anyone your password, ever. One person only is ever allowed to access it. Yet, account selling is a-okay.
It's really confusing. Just to be on the safe side, don't share your account or get powerleveling.
Account sharing and powerleveling appear not to be allowed. Account buying, selling, and trading is perfectly allowed.
-You are not allowed to spy on the opposing faction in any way, shape, or form. You are not allowed to collaberate with a friend who is on the opposing faction. You are not allowed to have a second account with a character on the opposing faction, to spy or communicate with them in any way.
-Suspensions range from 1 day, to 3-7 days, to permanent bans.
-Black marks will only stay on an account for 1 year. They stay on for life in WoW.
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