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6-11-2008 @ 11:21AM
Two problems with your solutions. The first puts people at a disadvantage who are looking for a good team. You may join a team and then find out later that they arent playing to your standard (or you to their standard) and need to look for another group. So now you are forcing players to "get stuck" with a crappy team unless they want to wait for some long cool down. The second option isnt viable either as I'm sure what people are charging for these ratings pushes are much higher then what blizzard would consider a feasible amount for legitimate reteaming. In addition Im sure they would just tell the person to add that to their fee as well. Now the first may work if lets say you allow a team a grace period. where they cant really earn enough points to keep jumping but still allow enough time to move if the team isnt working out. Although sad to say it. Anything can be "gamed" given enough time. Its a reflection of life. There is always going to be people who are going to find a way to cut corners or get something with minimal effort despite what deterrent you put out there.
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