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Poster: Ogrius at 8/4/2006 6:14:37 AM PDT
Subject: Using someone's account without sharing info
   Is it against the TOA or EULA to play someone elses character if they don't share their information with you? Case in point, friend of mine lives in the area and comes over. He logs on and lets me play his toon. I don't know any of his account information. Is this allowable?
Poster: Berghe at 8/4/2006 6:17:15 AM PDT
Subject: Re: Using someone's account without sharing i
   Please not the Terms of Use concerning this topic, emphasis added:

Q u o t e:
A. You may establish one (1) user account (the "Account") with which to play World of Warcraft by accessing the Service pursuant to the terms, conditions and restrictions contained in this Agreement. In order to establish an Account, you must be a 'Natural Person,' who is the age of majority in the country where you are a citizen. Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, partnerships, or any other form of legal entity other than that of a "natural person" may not establish an account, and by accepting this Agreement, you hereby represent and warrant that you meet these eligibility requirements. You may not share the Account with anyone, except that if you are a parent or guardian, you may permit one (1) minor child to use the Account when not in use by you. You are liable for all uses of the Account. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, you acknowledge and agree that you shall have no ownership or other property interest in the Account, and you further acknowledge and agree that all rights in and to the Account are and shall forever be owned by Blizzard Entertainment.

In short, any such sharing of accounts would be a violation of our Terms of Use, Ogrius.

You can read pertinent legal documents here:
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