Oh yeah? Tell me again how that’s Blizzard’s policy when they implemented an auto-silence penalty on players that get mass reported. LOL
Firing GMs that would be able to nip this kind of thing in the bud. I’m oversimplifying as one tends to on the general forums, but… I wonder if there were a dedicated GM per realm just looking for suspicious behavior if we’d be getting clusters of druids spamming everything everywhere.
Makes sense that Blizzard would do something like that. It can be abused but that’s the cost of automation. It doesn’t mean it’s permanent and can’t be appealed. Enough reports on anyone should trigger a response.
I’ve said it before.
- Be a GM.
- Camp the tar pits area in Nazmir.
- Camp the Tahonta spawn point in maldraxxus.
- Ban any player that comes into the vicinity that remotely looks like a bot.
What ‘fun’ was ruined here by mass-reporting a 40+ strong bot train in a zone from a past expansion pack?
If their software detection doesn’t work then they’d have to use whatever manual tools they have. They will never, as much as players want them to, look and say “yep, botting”
Lag and server instability ruins the fun for most players.
you’re literally so blinded by your hatred of a streamer that you can’t even recognize the actual topic and issue at hand here: rampant, unchecked mass botting operations going ignored by blizzard, despite countless reports.
So you’re worried about ‘lag and instability’ from actual players sitting in a circle kneeling in a bfa zone, but not about ‘lag and instability’ from 40+ bots salting the earth with mass aoe spam on the same small path for hours, days on end?
listen to yourself, bud.
- Be a GM.
- Ban every bot that pops up in Nazmir
- They keep coming back.
- Every ban = a repurchase a the base game + sub + character boost
- Repeat and make the company more money than it takes to employ the GM banning bots.
What you and Asmonbold do not understand, that Blizzard bans bots in waves. Because they want to catch not just bots (goldfarming drones) but also accounts which are used to transfer gold and, ironically, accounts of regular players who buys gold. =)
A person who want to argue logically would.
And you have been pointed out the contrary. If you can’t hold up a discussion, refrain from posting in a highly controversial thread and refrain further from claiming that YOU can’t argue logic with other people.
Furthermore, mass flagging a post of mine for “trolling” with your alt accounts? hahaha very mature from someone who claims to “argue logic” and claiming that such things as breking the TOS and punishment xDD.
A few days ago. I reported a bunch of moonkin bots. That is the first time
I have seen so many in one place. They were not causing lag or anything
like that. They were keeping real players from doing the quests in the
I’ll repeat it again. The “bots” in question may have been lagging the shard but not as bad as Asmongold inviting his followers into a mass party and having everyone be in the same area. He just made it a lot worse by having a protest party in the same area. Why can’t he just report and move on? What’s a protest party going to do besides add more lag and instability? Blizzard does not care and won’t drop everything to look into every incident Asmongold brings up.
It was a regulard raid group who were not casting spells.
No, he didn’t.
again, if you had watched the video, you would recognize that this is simply untrue. players kneeling in a circle, vs 40+ bots perpetually in combat spamming aoe spells on the same small predetermined path for days? this isnt rocket science here.
your argument is incredibly disingenuous, and once again, you’ve lost all sense of perspective and common sense out of pure blind hate for the streamer who posted it.
Bots lagging servers is suddenly not a problem because the communal idiot Asmongold said it was.
Sometimes I don’t understand people. You all seethe so much at someone you will put up with an actual problem because the village idiot even acknowledges it is?
whispers Shhhhhh, he will just mass report your posts with his alt characters while acting all high and mighty claiming asmongold breaking tos and deserving punishment.
which interestingly, in and of itself will get you a vacation from the forums.
I firmly disagree with you. It’s pretty obvious more players in any area = more resources needed.