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2-04-2010 @ 1:50PM
Actually, I only "cheated" the HoR LK encounter once, and it was simply guilt by association. Someone said they had a strat and to stand in a certain spot. No one explained what it was. But guess what? As soon as I realized we were exploiting I immediately thought "Oh crap, I hope I don't get suspended for this."But if I had gotten suspended, I wouldn't have bitched and moaned. It would've been well within Blizz' rights to do so. Would it have sucked that it happened? Yes. But that's life. And 72 hours of suspension isn't exactly the same as having your account deleted. As for saying that by my logic everyone who exploits that encounter should get banned, please refer to my statement of these things needing to be on a case by case basis.It's not practical for Blizz to ban a couple thousand accounts when the exploit was first discovered. Furthermore, in a VERY high profile (amonst WoWers) case like the one with Ensidia, Blizz knows that tons and tons of players are waiting to see what will happen. Thus, when this incident occured, they were faced with a tough decision knowing that it would be disected by all of us ad nausiem. So again, these things need to be considered in the context of the specific case.
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