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4-29-2008 @ 11:17AM
Total BS. Don't congratulate cheaters, it only serves to reinforce their reasons for doing it. This is the exact reason we're getting arena changes this week to stop teams from win trading. They're just proving that if you do it right there's no limit to your rating as the system currently stands. The only reason other teams in other battlegroups haven't bothered is because it takes a lot of work and you're much better off just selling your team points to 2-3 random scrubs while you do it. In fact, I wouldn't doubt if this team is used to sell points with absolutely nothing but losses for the rest of the season. 1000+ points goes for 400-500g on my server, so if you can play 40 games and sell the points to 3 people a week you're gold for a few hours worth of play especially if you don't even have to try to win. (and most likely this will just be the opposite end of a win trading team in the future too as that's usually the agreement) This is why the arena is broken and needs to be fixed. Unfortunately I don't think the changes that are coming up will fix it much. :(
4-29-2008 @ 11:31AM
Does some months Im surveying the 2vs2 , they changed team names but there was always Noksil on the top with almost the same roster, this just prooves gears does not make the skill, there is so much outta there with the same gears that couldnt reach them, you must have the skill near, they are stars like there is everywhere and calling them cheater because they are #1 is normal from jealous guys very low in stats with the same specs :)
4-29-2008 @ 12:40PM
@Mera_LaCroisadeEcarlateDid people take stupid pills this morning? A holy paladin and Kara-geared rogue are not going to hit 3000 in 2v2. This team was already linked on the forums and reported to Blizzard.I thought Wowinsider's post on this was sarcastic, but now I'm beginning to wonder.
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