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7-07-2010 @ 4:08PM
The number one bot app shutdown for almost a week when warden 2.0 was released with the latest patch, then blizzard patched again, which caused it to go offline for another day.But don't worry the app has been back online and we are all farming away. Blizzard has been stepping up the 72 hour bans for exploiting the economy which means you dumped a bunch of stuff on the AH, more than could be humanly gathered. So now people are controlling the rate at which they list stuff on the AH so it doesn't look as bad.
7-07-2010 @ 4:44PM
They're back in your server, ruining your economy.The in game economy has become strongly crafter driven ever since botters became commonplace. Human farmers who try to compete with botters end up with a very low gold/hour income. What we saw last week was what the economy would look like if only real players were out there gathering and selling.
7-07-2010 @ 7:05PM
I seriously doubt that, Malkavos. While I don't think raw mats would be as low as they are with the botters, there would likely be some sort of equilibrium, higher than where they are with bots, but much lower than what you recently saw.
7-07-2010 @ 8:48PM
@MichaelAnd we will continue to report people who bot.
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