So? Players farming a certain item do the same thing. There are loads of Youtubes made by legit gold-farmers about how to do it. A number of streamers make groups and compete against each other farming items like that. It doesn’t mean you are wrong about it being a bot. Your right-click report of your suspicions is the right step to take.
You don’t need to stay and monitor them.
Odd. The mammoth is a cheaper mount to buy.
It was. A video doesn’t “prove” botting. It can show what it looks like in-game, but not actually prove that it’s a bot. When you right-click report a ticket is created that includes the account information, the character and realm, and all the relevant log files. It is way more information than can be gleaned by a video. If you are interested in showing what you observed email at email@example.com to show the team working on fixing exploits what you see from a player’s eye view.
Report them and move on. Blizzard doesn’t need you to sit and watch them.
They just recently banned over 70,000 botting accounts. They don’t give warning about when a ban-wave is going to happen. Until the recent one, they don’t normally announce after the fact either.
Posting links to screenshots on the forum is a waste of time. Screenshots prove nothing. If they contain character names it is considered harassment and your account could lose posting privileges. Blizzard does not take any bot reports from the forums.
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