The last two points can easily be verified with the Gift History on Remedy's account. If the name changed, the character was modified thus something happened to the character (either name changed, deleted, or frozen). This would just raise more suspicion on Ken.
The first point would be the hardest to prove. The only foolproof (I hope foolproof
) way I could think of is testing each character to become the guild master of a guild, as you can only have 1 character per account being the guild master. This is easier verified in game. All Ken has to do is show that his characters CAN'T become the guild master of a guild, when the guild master tried to pass it to him. If 2 out of the 3 characters can't become guild master, then it's all on the same account. Still this method is really annoying, and there are probably loopholes I'm not seeing.
There may be other ways of checking IP down to the computer that I'm just too technologically inexperienced at that I know not of.
I do have to agree that Ken has it REALLY hard for him. Either this scammer or Ken is a evil mastermind
. The more I think about it, I find it more unlikely that Ken is the scammer.
One more thing. If Ken is really able to prove that he's not SkyFly, and right now he says he's able to get the scammer to talk on MSN, why not go one more step, and have Ken and SkyFly, simultaneously online with Shanni or someone to talk. The talking should avoid any double client glitching if it were possible on a school computer. Having both characters online means that they are not of the same account, giving Ken zero benefit to have been the scammer.