We will now additionally prohibit the use of all software and hardware mechanisms to mirror commands to multiple World of Warcraft accounts at the same time, or to automate or streamline multi-boxing in any way.
“We will now additionally prohibit the use of all software and hardware mechanisms to mirror commands to multiple World of Warcraft accounts at the same time, or to automate or streamline multi-boxing in any way.”
Mean one input to control multiple instances of the game are no longer allowed. Looks like Multiboxing is kaput.
I made a post in question of the mirror definition. I play 5 different classes and map one button to one character’s ability, so there is no overlap. Would anyone say this is the multibox cheese? I mainly do this to try to solo clear PvE content for fun, dont really harm anyone.
Also, one class multiboxing, like shaman or mage, is cheese AF and don’t condone that trash. My multiboxing doesnt really affect PvP, but i do get a good gold bump cuz im soloing an instance, only cheese i can think of. I’m mainly doing it for the challenge though.
You’re not likely to get any more detail from a GM in-game (your ticket) than you are via the forums.
Generally speaking, when there’s a change like this, the Blues are not usually able to provide additional details. Rules like these are usually intentionally vague as there are those out there who try and ‘game the rules’.
A GM in-game is going to refer you back to the multiboxing support article and the post in the general forums.
No, the rules are already outlined. If you think that you might be breaking them, then you’d want to discontinue whatever it is that you’re doing that might be breaking them.
Looking at what’s been posted by Blizz, basically, no using any software or hardware to make multiboxing easy. No KVM switches, no wireless keyboard/mice options with multiple receivers and no software to help change focus/alt-tab for you from one account to another.
It looks like you can only alt-tab between accounts and play one single account at a time. That’s how I read it at least.