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5-20-2008 @ 10:28PM
I actually do understand this logic. I don't completely agree but I understand.Let me ask this though:Would you really want a botted up priest healing your group?I wouldn't. That player has no idea how to play their character and I'm the one who's gonna pay for it with my time ruined and my gold in repair costs. I worked my characters up legitimately. I earned every last exp point and learned my character as I went. This is the nature of MMO's. For as long as they have been around, there have been botters. And they ALWAYS complain when they get caught and banned and act like it was someone else's fault. Blizzard built an MMO. For most WoW players, WoW is their first MMO and they don't understand how the genre works. This have been a genre wide issue and it has always been dealt with the same way. Cheat, get caught, get banned.Don't like it? Go back to the Wii.
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