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2-03-2012 @ 11:07AM
Re: Perma-banI might be totally wrong here, but didn't Blizz give perma-bans to the members of that guild who used the wall-hack to skip AQ trash and get to C'Thun right away?I remember reading that in an article about that and thought that that was a bit harsh, considering how they have temp-banned other guilds who have used exploits in raid-fights... but the AQ thing was years ago, so I guess their approach changed
2-03-2012 @ 11:37AM
If you want to be a cynical bastard, you could say they didn't suspend them instead of banning because they weren't the big-name world first guilds of today. The ones with sponsorships, and the ones most people point to as examples of "top-end guilds". Those are the ones they give a little more leeway with. They are more in the public eye.There are still things which will get you banned outright. Getting into GM Island is basically an instant ban if caught (it seems to vary. At one time it was instant-ban, others it's a suspension, then others instant-ban.) Emerald Dream is likely an instant ban. Hyjal/Old IF was usually a warning. Kiting raid bosses to cities could be a toss-up.
2-03-2012 @ 1:25PM
Yeah, Overrated, then the best Horde guild in the country, got perma banned for wallhacking. But Blizzard's been consistent on that front, if you get caught modifying the client files outside of the addon folder, you're toast.
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