They used to do it if you could find a GM who didn't know the policy, I asked for it to be done (name starting with an A sucks) and linked them someone who they had done it for previously, they replied saying they had performed an internal investigation and as a result strengthened the policy.
You aren't going to get it changed, but I for one don't see a problem with the name. You obviously have no idea how easy its going to make it to scam all the bronies when they find out you have had the name for 6 years, so you were pre-fad.. Also selling the character after you are done scamming will be easy.
< Jolin> you're prety too LanaTorrinOriginally Posted by lubica
But you need 10 hours to go through with a biomass. How on earth is being pissed an excuse?
But yeah, I only know that he did it and that his excuse was enough to get the biomassing undone, so it might have been just a nice and/or oblivious GM?
e: Or none of the above and the story was a load of rubbish, but I had no reason to question it at the time.
good luck with that m8
Detecting epic potential, expecting epic fail.Ah yes, the fork: The poor man's trident
I knew a guy around 2004-2005 who asked CCP for a name change and got it. But that a was long time ago, today's policies are a little more strict.
if that name is indeed a copyrighted one (book/movie/whatever) and if you can do some social/legal bullshit, you can probably make them change your name.
you can start by example by complaining that you uploaded on youtube some videos showing how great eve was, but youtube deleted them because of a copyright notice.
and you really want to show the world how great eve is, but you canot.
this have a slighty chance to work, if you start with it, it will not work after an unsuccesfull petition. even a stupid gm should ask why you dint say that in the first place.
Eh i never actually herd them rejecting a restoration of a biomassed char. And i saw a few of them restored.
Even if it worked once, I suspect they'd kill it off the instant it started becoming at all widespread.
Let's start a party of our own