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4-26-2007 @ 5:03AM
Rich:Exactly what I thought. That'd be a good way to prevent overly bot-like behaviors if messaged or tracked and would ensure that nothing went amiss or the bot was being gamed for another person's benefit.I know the inclination is to assume, as several have, that this is some poor wage slave, but it could just be someone with a second system humming along beside their normal work box or home computer. If it weren't for my objection to botting, I could easily have one system cart a character around while I do something on my laptop right next to it, intervening when needed.
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