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6-29-2009 @ 7:11PM
If you would have taken the time to read the whole read, no one from Ensidia has accused Exodus of using an exploit. Ensidia stated they have found an exploit and reported it to the devs.
6-29-2009 @ 7:13PM
6-29-2009 @ 7:14PM
" Ensidia is claiming that Exodus used an exploit, and that their kill doesn't count at all. " You read the post please.
6-29-2009 @ 7:15PM
"Ensidia is claiming that an exploit took place" Maybe you should read the article.
6-29-2009 @ 7:28PM
QUOTE from page 17 by Buzzkill/Ensidia Moderatorhttp://ensidia.com/community/post/2265/?page=17Buzzkill, Conqueror of NaxxramasOrc WarlockMagtheridon (EU) So, we have this:- Guild that spent around 30 hours on normal Yogg 4 before killing it, not even clearing whole Ulduar yet.- guild that can barely kill yogg 1, check their movie of the kill, nice madness control there.- that guild, that was never known to be inventive, good at strategies or execution gets the world first achievement of a very buggy boss, after just 2 days of progression.- every single end game guild with basically all world firsts so far says that its impossible, EJ's math aside, you need only basic common sense to realise that.-a known exploit exists, one that trivialises the assumingly cockblocked phase to a level of tank'n'spank that a better pug could do- we have no movie of the kill, nor typical eXo childish spam on forums/irc that was there whenever they achieved anything.So what are the possibilities?Exodus found a "think outside the box" strategy, one that better, more experienced guilds didn't and killed it in 2 days of progression after proving themselves on their own movies how bad they actually are on the boss itself and Ulduar progress in general, not to even mention they havent killed Algalon yet, a straightforward tank'n'spank. Hmmm.They claim it's luck, maybe, but i myself and i know a lot of other people and guilds that just can't think of one lucky scenario, not even 1/100000 that would make a not best-of-the-best guild kill it. What would that scenario be? Maybe someone can enlighten me, I got no clue. And without the existence of a movie I will remain sceptical.PS. all the comments about us being butthurt are just lol. Said a month ago, that chances of us getting a world first kill are close to nil, since either its gonna be killed by a "whichever starts raiding the earliest" Us guild or someone finds a cheesy or sploitive way to kill it.Also, we will not kill it in this form, even though we could oneshot it with eyes closed, it's been reported to devs and we hope it gets fixed before someone decides to use it.END QUOTEHe does not come outright and accuse the other guild of cheating, but you can't really insinuate any closer than he does without actually accusing outright the other guild of cheating.
6-29-2009 @ 7:31PM
With that stated, I think at least someone in Ensidia has sour grapes/butthurt/whatever you other folks are calling it. It seems, though, that most of the other members seem to be pretty fair about not accusing anything and prepared to wait and see what the devs say about it.I imagine anyone getting paid for world firsts (as I guess people mention) would actually stand to lose money if someone else beat them to it. I don't know this is the case, though - it certainly would be the case for other sponsored sports.
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