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2-04-2010 @ 12:56PM
Yes, we pay Blizzard to play their game and that's exactly why it's important for them to discourage and curb cheating. We all deserve a relatively even playing field. That explains and (imo) completely justifies the general policy of banning/suspending exploiters. As for when to ban and when to let it slide, it has to be a case by case basis of course.Generally, Blizzard is pretty lenient about this stuff. Unless it's obvious (to Blizz, not us necessarily) that the exploit was intentional, they tend to just let it go or at worst take away loot gained from the exploited boss, etc. The fact that they banned Ensidia indicates to me that there's *probably* more to the story than we know. Remember, Blizzard has a LOT more information available to them about the behaviors of players than we do. For all we know, the rogue in question may have whispered someone after one of the encounters saying "I found out how to bug the throne out!" But we can only speculate.
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