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2-28-2011 @ 4:15PM
Man this ore explosion is crazy. I thought that hackers were liquidating accounts at first but it's continued for days with these ridiculous prices. How did this happen almost overnight? are bots back at mining :(
2-28-2011 @ 5:02PM
I've seen one on my server in Twilight Highlands, I was on my hunter looking for Sambas, and saw a lvl 80 dk backing into a wall and jumping, next thing I know is that he disappears, but since I had track humanoids on, I tried to follow him. I couldn't because I only have a 280% mount, and he was booking it like a bat out of hell.Yes 310% mounts out run me, but they don't go off my minimap as fast as what this person did.Yey for underground and speed hacks -_-
2-28-2011 @ 6:32PM
The bots are back in force. I've watched Whiptail farmers teleport from node to node the whole length of the river. I sent my gatherer to Outlands, as it's a waste of time trying to find a node in a Cataclysm zone. Herb prices continue to go down even after Blizzard fixed the spawn bug, and ore prices are reaching ridiculous levels (20g obsidium).
2-28-2011 @ 6:46PM
He was probably frost with On a Pale Horse. Gives you 20% speed boost. That plus a 310% mount could easily outrun you.
2-28-2011 @ 9:32PM
@CoryThat's the thing, he didn't mount up, and as well, even the 310% mount with On A Pale horse doesn't move that fast.
3-01-2011 @ 9:20AM
And possibly connected; I've seen an explosion in leather over the last week or so. I've been leveling up LW on a new alt and there was hardly ever any leather on the AH, so I resigned myself to grinding it all. Now suddenly there has been multiple dozens of stacks of borean leather on the AH for a fraction of what it used to go for, and the supply never seems to run out.I'm guessing some new form of bot or hack is in the wild.
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