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10-11-2006 @ 4:40AM
I don't see any problem with either, and they are certainly not exploits. If you /afk out of a bg, you spend time in time out. Doesn't matter how you do it, /afk, go LD, one of your cats relieves itself on your tower, etc... you get the penalty for leaving. Blizzard deemed 15 minutes appropriate punishment. No reason to discuss that farther.Regarding the second "exploit", I don't see a problem with scouting your matches. If you're one of 10 or 15 people who have gathered together to farm honor, then you're not serving any purpose by banging your head against another premade from a different server. It wastes your time, it wastes their time. For these groups, the goal is to maximize their honor. If ever I am in a pug group, I don't expect to win against a premade. But when I'm running in a guild honor train, we're all there for one reason and thats to pick up quick honor. Occasionally when we feel froggy, we'll grief a premade from a different server, but beyond that there's no reason to stick around.
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