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10-31-2009 @ 8:27AM
Simple answer...if you've been reported for ninjaing more than once, you lose your ability to change names or servers for oh, say six months. Escalate for repeat offenders.
10-31-2009 @ 8:38AM
Interesting idea, but the problem is false reports. More than one person rolls low, they decide to be jerks and report the high roller as a ninja, *boom* that person gets screwed over for no reason.Unfortunately, the real problem with any ninja-reporting system is the people who'll be doing the reporting.
10-31-2009 @ 8:48AM
Oh, you're right...but Blizz does have the tools to look at the incident, when reported. It's not a perfect solution, but it's better than what we have now.
11-03-2009 @ 11:52AM
False Positives are going to be the big issue. Someone I know was called out as a ninja one day and they have never even led a pug. On top of that they rarely pug anything.
10-31-2009 @ 11:27AM
Not really...The GMs are barely able to cope with the cases they get presented with already. With this on top, you'd be in queue for a GM presence for twice as long :/
10-31-2009 @ 12:02PM
Never said you had to open a ticket...just file a report...So-and-so ninjaed this item in this instance number. Takes maybe 30 seconds to confirm.
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