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8-11-2009 @ 5:45PM
@CroeClick the Red ? on your toolbar(far right side of it, near your bag icons). Then click either Report Issue or Talk to GM, and input all the relevant info on the bot. Both methods will deal with them, though Talk to GM seems to get them to try slightly harder to deal with it. Beware though, you'll have 20+ hour wait times on Talk to GM tickets, at least as of late. The times will only get longer with people having 3.2 issues. If you don't want the wait, just do Report Issue, put in the info, and forget about it.If you encounter multiple bots, you can put them in the same ticket, just include the relevant info. If you run out of room, you may need to file the ticket on an alt(I've had to before, lots of bots everywhere).On-topic though, I thought Warden was supposed to check for Hacks. Why hasn't Blizz flagged this hack for Warden to keep people using hacks from logging in or whatever Warden does?
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