Last Updated December 8, 2010
1. Any behaviour that endangers the gaming experience of other players;
2. Hosting, provide matchmaking services for, or intercepting, emulating or redirecting the communication protocols used by Blizzard Entertainment as part of World of Warcraft, regardless of the method used to do so.
3. Modifying, or causing the modification of any files that are a part of a World of Warcraft installation;
4. Creating or using cheats, “mods”, and/or hacks, or any other third-party software designed to modify the World of Warcraft experience;
5. Using any third-party software that intercepts, “mines”, or otherwise collects information from or through World of Warcraft;
6. allowing players who are playing characters aligned with the “Alliance” faction to chat or otherwise communicate directly with players who are playing characters aligned with the “Horde” faction, or vice versa;
7. Buying or selling for “real” money or exchange, gold, weapons, armor, or any other virtual items that may be used in World of Warcraft outside the World of Warcraft platform;
8. Allowing any third person (except for a minor for whom you opened the Account) to play on your Account including, but not limited to, using so-called “power levelling services,” i.e. paying a third person for playing on your Account;
9. Playing on the Account of a third person including, but not limited to, providing so-called “power levelling services;” and/or
10. Instituting, assisting, or become involved in, an attack upon any World of Warcraft server or otherwise attempt to disrupt the World of Warcraft servers.