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5-28-2007 @ 2:56PM
Bots and goldsellers are just a part of this game. And I'd say that they are here to stay. Either just keep playing and ignore them or quit playing all together, because there is no middleground.Blizzard will not take any mindblowing steps to stop this anyway. In my opinion Blizzard has nothing to fear from them, if not making even more money.This discussion has been repeated over and over for a while now and always ends in the same way. Live with it or move along.I would like to add that the latest changes in Patch 2.1 have made quite the impact, they will probably not last long. In the world of MMO, goldsellers always find a way to exploit.
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