Re: Bot griefing
- From: jdc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (John Cochran)
- Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 12:00:00 GMT
In article <1181642854.525927.215130@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Babe Bridou <babebridou@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 12 juin, 10:48, Blackheart - US - PvP
On Jun 12, 3:36 am, deathsab...@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Ashen Shugar) wrote:
I think it was Blackheart - US - PvP <blackheart666_2...@xxxxxxxxx>
that wrote something like...
On Jun 12, 2:04 am, "Doc" <the.doc.is...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Keyword here is 'if'. I've reported many bots only to find them still there
days if not weeks later. In the mean time, I see no fault with putting a
crimp on their activities.
if they don't ban the account, then they person is doing nothing wrong
in the eyes of Blizzard. Inaction = approval.
It's not a crime if you don't get caught!!!
#1 it's not a crime anyway. Violation of terms of service yes. Crime
#2 if it's reported then they got caught. end of story, move on.
Nah, let the sociopath in me have some fun on top.
BTW here are pics of a level 70 hunter sociopath in action
Step 1.- Beggar asks for money.
Step 2.- Invite beggar to a group, he accepts and eagerly awaits his
gold. You click "at war" with Cenarion Circle, throw a misdirect on
the beggar, and shoot the lev 55 emissary in town. He gets pissed and
takes it out on the beggar.
Step 3.- Dead beggar = win
I almost choked when I saw saw this. Did you carry thru with giving him 1 gold?
Very generious given that he was begging for 4 silver to begin with and a
single death wouldn't have taken him from good condition to all red so I
suspect that his actual repair bill after the most recent death would be on
the order of 5 to 6 silver.
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