I am attempting to create 3 users for our home...one for me, and one for each of my kids. We created the 3 users on swcombine (each one had a different handle and a different email address), and submitted an email to the multiple accounts email address, but it was declined and the following message was returned to each of our emails:
"The SW Combine Administration has declined your membership application providing the following reason :
This IP has tried to apply with several handles at once. All requests are declined as we can not know which one is correct. Please apply again with only one request and be patient.
Please make the necessary changes and try again. If you have any questions or queries feel free to post on the Problem Centre (http://www.swcombine.com/forum/index.php?board=2) or visit the help room on IRC (#swc-help). "
---SO my question is, how do we create 3 different accounts for one household? Do we just need to create one, wait for approval, create the second one, get approval, create the third one, and THEN submit the handles to the multiple accounts email address at swcombine? Or if that is incorrect, please let me know what to do, and in what order I should do it.
Create an initial account first. Once that one is accepted, create a second one (provide the handle of the first one in the "Multi" field during signup).
Once that one is accepted, create the third account (provide all handles of additional accounts in the "multi" field during signup).
Additionally, it might be a good idea to send an email to email@example.com.
Thanks so much for the help -
I tried to email or IM you, but I guess you have to be a member to do so...only major concern I had was the language of the players in the Java chat and ICQ, is it normally pretty clean?
Sorry if I should have started another thread for this, just let me know if I do.
We try to keep the language on the forums and the official chatrooms at PG-13, however non-official rooms (including faction-controlled rooms) and off-site websites (including faction websites) might not be at that level.
Generally, any community-driven website will expose your kids to "bad" language to some extent, we try to keep the nasty stuff to a minimum.