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3-01-2011 @ 1:00AM
I love how you believe that Blizzard hasn't done anything.Ask Glider how little Blizzard has done.While the legal tactic they used is a bit shady in my opinion, they set about demolishing a known bot program so they could have a precedent for others. Once they have that in hand, they will go about destroying every company/website/guyinhismomsbasement that dares to try and sell a bot program or writes one for WoW.Yes, the exploits are annoying, the hacked accounts frustrating, and the victims unhappy, but part of this is the fact that you have idiots willing to pay $10 for some perceived advantage of having some gold in a game.If anything, the quest + green gem inflation is one of the biggest ways of deterring the gold selling."I could spend $15 on gold, or make about as much doing 10 dailies that also get me guild and faction rep. While mining this ore to prospect. hmmm"
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