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11-01-2007 @ 3:15PM
Unfortunately, Blizzard has a habit of arbitrarily defining some things as "exploits" simply because someone found a way of doing something in the game that's much easier, more effecient, etc than the standard way, even though they're working within the confines of the game mechanics and not causing anything to glitch out. For example, my friend (rogue) got banned for a few days for soloing chests in Mech. If the chests can be soloed, how is that his fault? However, this is Blizzard's game and they can do what they want =P. And there is a rather easy way of knowing if what you are doing would be considered an exploit: 1) Did you find a way of doing something that makes it so that making money or downing a boss/instance is almost too easy?2) Is it something creative or hidden that Blizzard probably didn't think of?If so, and they find out you're doing it, chances are they'll decide to call it an exploit. =)
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