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7-02-2011 @ 2:06AM
While you're quoting the dictionary, you might try looking up Dullard too. Let me break this down for you. Just because something isn't against the rules doesn't mean it's an ethical thing to do- i.e. it's still unethical (check your second definition). In this case, transferring gave this guild an unethical advantage over every guild that was not taking advantage of a loophole in the game's code (second definition again), and they were most certainly using this to their own ends (lulz second definition).One could argue that they did all of their transfers knowing that it would give them an unfair advantage (check your first definition), but since they did not violate any rules currently in the EULA/TOS to my knowledge, they technically did not cheat. By your own definition, however, they absolutely exploited the game's mechanics, and based on the actions Blizzard has taken, they agree. Now seriously, go look up dullard.
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